Career Coaching can help when you are:
-Forced to make a change (graduation, layoff, a move by your family or spouse). Even though this hadn't seemed like the time to make a change,here it is upon you. Right now! What will you do?
-Torn between two or options. Should I stay or should I leave this job? Should I take this job or the other one? Should I work longer or go back now for more training?
-Hampered by underlying fears or stereotypes that are holding you back such as "people like me don't get jobs like that" or "I'm just not good at job interviews."
- Having trouble seeing beyond your own experience or through the bewildering number of informations sources out there about careers. What sources are credible? Who can I trust?
-Lacking a clear understanding of yourself. This is particularly true at the beginnng of your career, but it can happen at any point along the way as circumstances change. What type of career would be the best fit? Perhaps you feel inundated with inconsistent sources of information.
-Feeling conflicted in making an important decision. What if my heart says one thing and my head something else? What about the pressure I feel from loved ones or other people important to me?
For all of these situations and more, career coaching can help. There are a variety of approaches for each scenario as well as specific assessments that can supplement powerful and targeted interventions.