Unfortunately, 2016 is not the year in which you are going to make a career change, despite the fact that it is a new year and 2015 was just sort of blah…
“She is driving me insane. She thinks she knows all the answers. I don’t even know what she is thinking, she doesn’t know how to run this business. Hell, she doesn’t even know this industry. Plus, she’s not even in my chain of command.”
How do you get something other than the standard 2.5% year end raise (merit increase) that everyone in the firm is getting?
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?
While I was a student at Harvard Business School I was lucky enough to get into a class called “Management in Perspective.” Surprisingly, that class had tremendous impact on my life, and my desire to become a career coach in San Diego. It was a really simple class: the professor would bring in some of the most successful alumni the school has, and we as students could ask them anything at all.