Simon Sinek talks about starting with “why”. As the New Year starts, I wanted to make sure I took the time to get clarity on why my career coaching practice matters. I refer to my blog, but also the ethos of my career coaching practice by the name “Step Out of the Race.” Let me know what you think. Did I capture the “why”?
Sometimes career coaching doesn’t work due to unrealistic expectations…
File this one under “Confessions of a career coach”…
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been putting off a number of changes that you could have started on in November and December until the New Year. Why? Well, procrastination is fun and easy. Plus, something sounds good about starting a new habit as of January 1st.
If you are trying to decide on a career coach in San Diego, La Jolla, Escondido or Southern California in general, you might be feeling a bit confused.
So, you want to increase job satisfaction? But you are wondering how to go about doing it and are considering hiring a career coach. What can you expect from hiring a career coach?
Lately I’ve been getting questions at my career coaching practice about what recruiters are looking for in a candidate. Said differently, how to get an interview and get hired. I’ve hired a lot of people, so let me provide a bit of context on how this process works (for a mid-size to large company) and what I (as a hiring manager rather than a career coach) tend to think about.