If you’re unsure of what type of career or job makes sense for you, we’ll start with a short test and a structured interview. Then I’ll have enough information to devise some viable options for us to discuss and for you to consider during a second session. These options are meant as a starting point or springboard, you’re not obligated to pursue those suggested options. In many cases, clients have selected one of those options and been pleased with the results.
If you’ve already decided on your next career or job then our first session might be a working meeting where we improve your resume and/or cover letter or practice answering realistic interview questions.
Here’s why I/O makes an enormous difference!
I tackle career ruts differently than other career coaches. I use theory and practice to solve my clients’ problems. More than career coaching, it’s career psychology.
I’ve been using my specialization in I/O psychology at the doctoral level for over 15 years to solve practical problems in employee development, human resources, recruitment, and the assessment of job applicants’ ability. I understand what happens in practice.
This is not like psychotherapy. This is not meant to be a long-term process. The intention is to provide concrete and accurate advice and services efficiently so that you build a resilient career.
Most people have four to seven sessions, spread out over months. Some have only one or two sessions e.g. to prepare for a job interview, but some have more than seven sessions when their transition from one job to another is more dramatic or extreme.
These coaching programs are unique. This means I’ll never ask you to read 100+ pages of documentation and then try to apply what you learn. I may give you the occasional article to read but I focus on delivering customized solutions.
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