Most clients come to me when they’re looking to make a change. Whether it’s for a critique of their resume, cover letter or LinkedIn profile, or to talk about job search strategies and post-academic career issues for my fellow PhDs, the majority of clients access services for the first time when they want a new job.
But career coaching isn’t only about the job search. Maybe you’re exploring career options or considering retraining for a second or even third career. Perhaps you aren’t getting along with your manager, had a bad performance review, had your job description redefined, or just aren’t feeling as satisfied as you used to be. Having a conversation about these issues can help; you’ll see things from a different perspective and at the end of the session you’ll have information, resources and an action plan to get you moving toward your goals.