How To Choose Coach

You’ve read the books but are no further forward in your search for a career that makes you happy. Perhaps it’s time to find a specialist career coach to help you.

 

There are many people offering career coaching, counselling and advice and it’s hard to decide who will be the right career coach for you.

Read this 8 page SPECIAL REPORT and use the chart to compare between different career coaches. This helpful document comprises:

1: How to choose a career coach

2: Would assessments help? – With details of 4 of the most popular assessments used in career coaching

3: Why hire a career coach?

4: Do you need a career coach?

5: How to choose a career coach

  • Step 1 – Career exploration and discovery – 5 key questions to ask of any career coach. Read about Denise and compare this to other career coaches
  • Step 2 – Job search support – 7 key questions to ask of any career coach. Read about Denise and compare this to other career coaches
  • Step 3 – Career management – 3 key questions to ask of any career coach. Read about Denise and compare this to other career coaches

Do you need a career coach?

Step 1 – career exploration and discovery

  • Ask yourself these questions
  • Are you happy in your current job?
  • Are you working to your full potential?
  • Do you feel secure in your job?
  • Do you understand your natural abilities and talents?
  • Can you describe your top skills?
  • Do you know how to best use your qualifications and experience?
  • Do you know what your values are?

The more times you say no, the more you could benefit from working with a career coach.

Step 2 – job search support

Ask yourself these questions

  • Are you happy that your CV will get you to interview?
  • Are you confident in applying for jobs you see advertised?
  • Do you know how to research potential job markets?
  • Do you understand about the unadvertised job market?
  • Are you confident you can sell yourself at interview?
  • Can you motivate yourself through rejection?
  • Can you negotiate effectively when you are offered a new job?

The more times you say no, the more you could benefit from working with a career coach.

Step 3 – career management

Ask yourself these questions

  • Are you making the progress you want within your career?
  • Are there opportunities for promotion or development within your company?
  • Do you have a plan to get there?
  • Do you have someone to use as a mentor/advisor to deal with difficult work situations?
  • Do you know how to get yourself ready for promotion?
  • Do you know how to increase your profile at work?
  • Do you understand how to get the best out of conferences and other networking opportunities?

The more times you say no, the more you could benefit from working with a career coach.

 

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Wishing you all the very best,

Denise