Finding the right career coach to suit you, your needs and your personality is important.
The chemistry between you is key, if you are going to be able to be open and create a safe environment to share and learn.
To get the most out of coaching, it’s important that you feel comfortable and able to trust your coach. It’s a good idea to research their approach and the kind of people they coach. If possible also have a trial consultation or chat with them first. This way you can ensure you get on with them well and you are a good fit.
Finding the right career coach: ask about their coaching approach.
My approach is positive, practical and supportive whilst ensuring results are achieved. I build a strong relationship with you, in order to understand you, challenge your thinking and support you to take action.
The coaching I provide is anchored on your work life, although I take a holistic approach, looking at all aspects of your life which may impact your work life.
Typically clients have six sessions over six months or less.
My driver is to unlock your potential and empower you to be the best you can be.
Finding the right career coach: ask who their clients are.
The majority of my clients are working women, most are employed and looking to take their career to the next level, while also balancing their other commitments, some are wanting to take the step to start their own business.
I love this quote from one of my past clients: Leyla who shares the results of her coaching with me: “I have had an official promotion and job title change, I have met people in senior positions in other organisations who have recommended me, and seen what I do. I am not afraid to put myself out there and thus have new positive experiences.”
Finding the right career coach: Ask if there are there are low risk ways to find out more.
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