How Can Career Coaching Help You?

With my career coaching process, you get to hear yourself think and can re-discover you, find what works best for you, your life, your career, your relationships. Through our dialogue, the exercises you’ll do, and the actions you’ll take you’ll notice powerful and subtle life changes occurring. You get more of what you want! I am a practically invisible support, asking questions, offering suggestions and new ways and places to find what you’re looking for.

You’ll receive the important pragmatic guidance and tools for your successful career and job change; we’ll write, edit, tweak your resume, online presence, and how you talk about yourself to your network and your potential interviewers so you really shine and show off what you have done and can do. You will stand out of the job seeking crowd to potential employers.

I draw from 25+ years of career coaching with a wide variety of clients – top level executives, entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurial minded, mid-career changers, new grads looking for a way to get started, Moms and Dads looking for a way to work that offers flexibility and satisfaction. I also bring my lifelong belief that if you’re going to work, you need to love what you do.

How does my career coaching process work?

After an initial two-hour meeting (in person or over the phone), we usually schedule phone meetings three times per month for forty to forty-five minutes each call (other coaching call package options are available). Together, within that regular phone meeting, we look at an array of dynamics and ultimately uncover ways for you to move forward, to focus on what is important to you. We look for your homework and hold you accountable to do what we’ve agreed to. The consistency of our work together results in action, and actions that lead to striking results.

Career Coaching vs. Therapy

Therapy

  1. Focuses on healing and understanding.
  2. Emphasizes past and present.
  3. Is insight-oriented.
  4. Is problem-oriented.
  5. Explores genesis of behaviors that create low self-esteem.
  6. Asks “why, and from where?”
  7. Works mainly with internal issues.
  8. Encourages transference as a therapy tool.
  9. Accountability is not commonly expected.
  10. Uses therapy techniques.

Career Coaching

  1. Focuses on evolving and manifesting potential. Healing is a side effect.
  2. Emphasizes present and future.
  3. Is action and “being” oriented.
  4. Is solution-oriented.
  5. Explores actions and behaviors that manifest high self-esteem.
  6. Asks “what’s next/what now?”
  7. Works mainly with external issues.
  8. Discourages transference as inappropriate.
  9. Accountability is commonly expected.
  10. Uses coaching skills.

 For more information or to begin coaching, call 1-877-872-3929 or email Angie@daisyswan.com.