Is this a good time for career coaching? Yes. Here’s why:
- First you need to figure out what interests you. I can help you do that now.
- Next you need to talk with people whose work interests you. I can help you do that now too; in fact people may be more available than usual.
- Some fields are hiring, and we know the general outlook for various occupations. You can make a plan and get to work on it.
- It’s easier to fit in coaching sessions if you’re working at home!
Do you relate to any or all of these?
- I want a job and a career that help make the world a better place.
- I’m smart and caring—and capable of more success.
- It’s time for my inner critic to back off.
- My work is challenging and I’d like support in meeting my goals.
- I want to love my work and still have a life.
That’s what I help people achieve.
I invite you to explore coaching with me. Here’s what will happen:
- You’ll get warm, practical support to help you move ahead in your work, your life or both.
- You’ll achieve new goals, learn new skills, and gain new insights.
- You’ll learn to manage obstacles and build on your strengths.
- You’ll grow personally—which will help you grow professionally.
- You may be surprised at how quickly you can make changes.
I have 20 years’ experience as a manager, leader and entrepreneur, and I have led the board of a nonprofit. Now as a certified career coach and certified life coach, I coach and mentor people who want to thrive in work and life. I’ve studied neuroscience-based and somatic coaching techniques.
Who are my clients? Most but not all are women, from their late 20s on, interested in changing the world or at least their part of it.
Contact me for a phone consultation. You can tell me what you’re looking for and ask your questions, and we’ll see if my coaching is a good fit for you. I’ll be happy to hear from you.
Here’s more information on my Career and Life Coaching.
Are you an activist? Find out more about my coaching for activists.
Want to try out my coaching? Find out about a one-time Clarity Session.