Career management once was simple and predictable:
Obtain your education/training, land an entry-level position and the question of which career need never cross your
mind again. You moved steadily up the
ladder each step earning greater responsibility, title and compensation. You didn’t look for a new career or to change careers. For career advice or career guidance, your employer or family members provided you all the help and counseling you needed.
Not so anymore! Today’s career management requires a new skill set.
Are you ready and able to compete in this new arena?
Answer the following 10 questions to see if you’re prepared:
Do you know…
- how your talents could undermine your career success?
- the type of work activities you should NOT do?
- what industries are growing and which are dying?
- which skills are transferable (particularly military)?
- where to find the jobs that are never advertised, but account for about 80% of US hires?
- that your resume is NOT about you?
- how to market yourself successfully?
- how to ace the interview?
- how to evaluate a job offer?
- the unique value only you can bring to an employer?
If you confidently answered Yes to all 10 questions, congratulations—you’re ready for your Career Management Action Plan (C-MAP).
If you answered No to any of the questions, you have a critical information gap impeding your journey to a great work-life.
You can close the information gap with a certified career coach—a tested and certified professional with a business and talent management background, who knows the latest trends and critical success factors in career management.
As a Certified Career Management Coach (CCMC) I will guide and counsel you through:
- Career assessment and focus – your career identity, talent, objectives and career brand
- Career change and transition – transferable skills, growth industries, technical and personal skills
- Personal and family issues – relocation issues, age, different physical abilities
- Branded career communication documents – résumés, LinkedIn profiles, tagline, case studies
- Career marketing and job search – positioning yourself for current and future career moves
- Interview skills and salary negotiations – presenting well, knowing your worth, various compensation strategies.
- Word-of-Mouth referrals – reference, recommendation and testimonials to build credibility for your next steps
It’s important to find the right career professionals—someone you trust, who will draw out your best and hold you accountable. The work you’ll do with your coach requires your dedication, integrity and…well, WORK.
If you’d like to know more about the people behind the Career From Here service, please read our bios at About.
You’ll find answers to the most common questions about career coaching in our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page.
If you’re interested in Career Communication documents—résumé, cover letter, social media profile, career branding, case studies—learn more at Career Communications.
To learn what others have experienced in working with Career From Here, please read a few Testimonials.
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