Career Coaches

The average American can expect to work about 11 different jobs in their lifetime. Although these statistics are relatively well known, most people still believe that they will only work a select few jobs. That can make changing a career seem like a challenging proposition. Even though people are continually changing careers throughout their lifetime, many are woefully underprepared for the task. Even those who know that they would like to improve their career path often don’t know where to get started.

Enter career coaching.

Career coaches are certified professionals that have the skill and expertise to help you find the right career path for your talents and specific interests. Even if you aren’t changing careers and want to get the most out of the job that you are already in, utilizing a career coach can give you the boost that you need.  There are plenty of different types of career coaches, and some coaches have more than one specialty.

Here are some of the many kinds of career coaching:

  • Career Transition Coach
  • Career Development Coach
  • Resume & Interview Coach
  • Redundancy Coaching
  • Retirement Coaching
  • Workplace Bullying Coaching

Career coaching is highly intensive and highly personal.

Working with a coach means that you will access to an individual who has done it before, who has experience in a variety of careers, and who have pushed their clients to reach their goals.

When working with a coach, you will first determine precisely what those career goals are.

Your goal might be to switch to a career that you find more rewarding.

Or it might be to reach a higher-ranking position in your current job.

Or perhaps you just want to learn how to be happier, or more effective, in your current position.

Regardless of what your goal is, your career coach will help you to map it out, and they will help you to measure your progress. Along the way, they will hold you accountable, and they will support you when you feel overwhelmed.

No matter what you are looking for in your career, you can find success through working with a professional, certified, coach.

Career coaches can teach you skills such as negotiation, public speaking, marketing yourself as an employee, networking, and much more. You can use these skills to reach your career goals, whatever they may be.

Although finding a new career, or even finding success in your current one can be a challenging endeavor, career coaches work to inspire you along the way and push you to reach your full potential.

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Lola Aje

Lola Aje

Executive Coach

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Sharon Good

Sharon Good

Career Coach

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Sharon Good, BCC, ACC, CLC, is a Life, Career and Creativity Coach based in New York City. 

Yumiko Ito

Yumiko Ito

Career Coach

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Chantal Wynter

Chantal Wynter

Career Coach

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Janice Rippon

Janice Rippon

Career Coach

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Working with senior professionals on their professional development since 1992. 

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Jenna Stoliker

Jenna Stoliker

Leadership Coach

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Using my 20+ years of experience in human behavior, leadership development and a gentle, heart-centered coaching style, I partner with you to unlock your potential and develop your authentic leadership style. In doing so, you call forth deeper levels of confidence and clarity so you may lead with greater influence, integrity and impact. 

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