Are you an executive looking to make a career change? Let us help you evaluate your options and develop a focused approach to your career transition. With your own Career Coach, you’ll have an expert in your corner to advise you on conducting an organized and strategic job search. Your Coach can help you execute effective networking strategies, polish and fine-tune your resume, and develop a realistic target company list. Your Coach will work with you to understand your goals and determine a realistic action plan to get you into your next great leadership opportunity.
Designed for executives ready to make a career transition. Your Executive Career Coach will help you strategize and make smart decisions on every aspect of your job search. With a customized plan you'll make a seamless transition into your next great opportunity.
If you're interested in joining a board of directors at a company or nonprofit organization, we can help! Our Executive Career Coach will work with you to develop all of the documents that you'll need to showcase your accomplishments.
If you’re starting your job search and want to be as prepared as possible—look no further. Our expert Coaches are here to help you find companies to target, communicate your strengths, and offer valuable advice on how to score your dream job.
Need some expert career advice from an Executive Career Coach? Take advantage of our customizable career counseling sessions and your very own Executive Coach will help you create a customized strategy to help you get where you want to be!
Making a positive impression on LinkedIn is an important part of your job search. Employers will check your profile for recommendations, connections, a professional photo, and career overview that is free from typos. This is a real opportunity for you to shine! Let us help you with your profile and ensure that you make a great first impression.
Interviewing is one of the most nerve-racking parts of a job search. A Practice Interview lets you test your skills and receive feedback from a professional Career Coach. With our help, you'll feel prepared and confident when it's time for the real interview. Interview options include: Phone, Zoom, or other virtual platform.
If you don’t have a resume, or if the one you have needs a major overhaul, don’t worry—we can help. Simply answer some questions about your education, work history, and career goals and our expert resume writers will get to work crafting a professional resume.
Need help writing an executive bio for use in print or online? We’ve got it covered! One of our Career Coaches will review your resume and work with you to craft a bio that articulates your successes and accomplishments.
This innovative tool helps you begin the process of analyzing your strengths, likes, and professional goals and learn how to incorporate them into your job search.
The New York Times recently featured an article focused on job search difficulties for 40-50+ year olds. While this is not new news, the interesting take-away is the research on the behaviors that are required to successfully find work. The research showed that the best way to improve the odds of finding a job at any age is to build a broad network throughout your career.
Regardless of the job, interviews all generally work the same way. The number of interviews you have may depend on the level of the job, but you can be certain that employers are looking for different things in a first interview than they are in a last interview. Understanding what you need to do to prepare will help you land the job. Here are some key tips that will help you survive the first interview and "seal the deal" in the final interview:
Before you seriously begin your job search, it's important to take a few critical steps to ensure that you "look before you leap" and approach your search in a smart and savvy way. It will also lead you to a stronger search with better results. If you're not quite sure what you need to do to prepare, we're here to help! Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before starting a job search.
If you suddenly find yourself back in the job market again after a long time, you should know that things have changed—a lot. It’s no longer a straightforward process and this is good and bad for job seekers. Learning to navigate this unfamiliar territory can be intimidating and just plain frustrating. Here are 4 new things that you can expect to encounter in a 21st Century job search:
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