Do you ever think you are lost in time, trying and trying to make something happen with no visible results? Do you need reassurance?
It may be reassuring to know there is a “characteristic shape” to transitions. First you have an ending (often with ensuing chaos). Then there’s a “neutral zone” where you feel frustrated and scared about not knowing where you’re going or how you’re going to get there. Then the new beginning comes out of the activities you engage in during this neutral zone, or what I call desert time. Read More
Job Seekers need to meet many new people trying to convey their availability to as many people as possible. It can be hard to put yourself out there. - to rely on the kindness of strangers. Here's a tip to help you decide if you are wise to divulge more information. ' Read More
Despite education and good upbringing, some young people need coaching to help them find their place in the world. Young people entering their first career role want to learn and grow. They may not know what they don’t know, but they do want coaching, feedback, explanations, and follow up. They want success. Here’s an example. Read More
There’s a difference between Shy and introverted. And there are strategies to support both types of people in job searches comfortably. Let’s get you help! Read More
Coaching has been my life's work for over 20 years. I wish I could tell you a success rate, an acceleration rate or something measurable like that. But, like other coaches, I can't compare you to what would have been.
I can show you the value you will receive and give you a couple of things to compare it to. Read More
Case studies of really tough transitions. Unfairness and inability to affect outcome at former employer. Coaching changed all that to terrific outcome from job search coaching. Read More