“I thought this was the right job for me, but it’s not working out. I took my best shot. Now what do I do?”
“I was laid off and now I don’t feel like I have the skills to move forward in a new position.”
Career coaching can make a difference in your job search. Job changes are a sign of growth and maturity, not failure. If your current job isn’t the right fit for you, then why invest any more of your life in it? Free up your future to new possibilities.
Additionally, more and more people are looking to find a more meaningful career. Either they were displaced or searching for something that makes a difference. Use this time to find the right fit in your next career. Your skills can be transferred and the key is knowing how to share that information in a way that resonates with a future employer.
How to start
Begin by learning how to differentiate yourself from the competition.
The best job search begins by searching yourself. Career coaching allows you to create a framework, a new language to share your strengths and an action plan. Put the lessons learned from your old position into a context of learning, not loss, and you’ll discover what you’ve gained in terms of insight, skills, and development. Regardless of whether it was the wrong company or the wrong line of work, or being displaced; you’re entering into this job search more experienced and informed about yourself.
This career coaching program will help you answer those tough career interview questions that find us all searching for the right words. The WorkPlace Big Five Profile™ equips you to avoid a false start. This personality assesment will help you identify your strengths and create a language that allows you to share who you are rather than what you do. When this is combined with a Go 2 the Peak workshop or coaching session you will be prepared to make the next move.