WHAT TO TALK ABOUT DURING CAREER COACHING
Below is a list of the common questions I get asked during coaching. Perhaps you’d like to discuss one of these, or perhaps you have a different topic in mind. We’ll discuss whatever you want. The time is yours.
Horrible bosses. Coworkers not pulling their weight. Leadership pressure. Being micromanaged. Skipped over for a promotion. There are lots of conflicts that happen at work and sometimes you just need an ear and a second opinion. We’ll talk through what’s going on and determine your action plan.
LEAVE MY JOB OR STAY?
Sometimes it's hard to decide whether or not to look for a new job. Is the grass really greener on the other side? We’ll discuss the pros and cons of looking for a new job or sticking it out where you are. Then we’ll make a plan for what to do next.
MAKE A CAREER CHANGE?
Career changes can be exciting and scary at the same time. We’ll use this time to figure out what’s prompting you to make this decision and talk through the next steps on your path.
HOW DO YOU GET A WORK FROM HOME JOB?
As a person who has worked from home for the last 5 years, I know firsthand the pros and cons of working remotely full-time. During your session we’ll decide if working remotely is a good fit for your lifestyle and career goals. I’ll also give you guidance on how to find, apply for, and get a remote job if that's what you want next.
SHOULD I GO TO GRAD SCHOOL?
At some point in your career, you may ask yourself if going back to school is the best way to advance your career. During your session we’ll uncover whether or not grad school is right for you and what your next step should be.
ANSWER MY JOB SEARCH QUESTIONS
You may have already started your job search and found yourself with questions about steps in the hiring process. We’ll use this time to answer your questions about resumes, cover letters, where to find jobs, how much salary to ask for, interviewing, following up with HR, or any other job search topic.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM OUR COACHING SESSION
Every coaching call topic is different. But every coaching call format is the same. Here’s the structure we’ll follow during your one hour call.
Discuss what brought you to coaching and what’s preventing you from getting what you really want.
Clearly define and prioritize your goals so that you know exactly what to work toward right now.
Create a plan of action to achieve your goals and measure your progress along the way.
4. Follow Up
Get session notes and email check ins to track your progress.
Hear From Coaching Clients
“I have been in the same job for almost 9 years with no advancement opportunities, and I was starting to think that I wouldn't be able to find a better position. Your career coaching gave me a starting point, an action plan, and realistic and positive expectations about how to take my career into my own hands. I'm really glad I tried it.”Breanna W.Customer Service Rep
“I like how you asked questions as I went on and on, took notes, simplified everything as you asked me questions, then sent me your notes as a study guide for my interview!”Julie S.Content Editor
“Stefanie was able to quickly identify my skills that are inline with my career goals.”Bea C.Human Resources Manager