Moving Up is for those of you aiming to advance in your current organization. We'll work with you to assess your strengths and development needs, evaluate your current job situation and advancement options, plan a strategy that fits your situation and identity, and begin implementing an action plan.
Moving On is for those of you who are looking to change jobs or even change careers. We'll help you identify what's important to you in your professional life, consider relevant options, prepare a career change or job search strategy, and launch execution.
Introductory Coaching 3-Pack
If none of our career coaching packages feel like they quite fit your situation, that’s ok! Our team helps clients on a wide variety of career and leadership topics. Get the help you need with an Introductory Coaching 3-Pack.
Follow-On Coaching 3-Pack
Want to continue to work with our coaches after completing your initial package? We’d love that! Follow-on coaching packages are available for just this purpose. Note that this package may not be used until you’ve purchased an introductory package.
Work with an emerging coach
Want to make sure your resume best represents your unique talents and background? Our career coaches will review your current resume and recommend changes that will help you:
- Showcase what you can bring to a new organization
- Align the format of your resume with current design trends and standards
- Ensure your resume will be appropriately interpreted by Applicant Tracking Systems
- Develop versions of your resume aimed at different types of roles in which you’re interested, and discuss how to tailor cover letters aimed at those different roles
LinkedIn Profile Review
LinkedIn is THE platform for building and keeping up to date on your professional network. It’s also an invaluable tool for job seekers. Having the right LinkedIn profile is a professional “must-have”, even more important than your resume.
Make sure your LinkedIn profile and your activity on the platform allow you to expand your network, build your domain credibility, and stand out from the crowd. Note: LinkedIn is a registered trademark of Microsoft.
Job Interview Preparation
You’ve gotten the interview you’ve been seeking. Now comes the all-important interview itself. Success in interviews is often made or not made in the first 5-10 minutes. Make sure you’re prepared, with guidance on how to:
- Research a company before an interview
- Position your unique value proposition in the first few minutes
- Convey your skills and experience with real examples that make your case
- Ask the right questions about the firm and the role
Go beyond traditional interview preparation and do an actual mock interview with one of our career coaches. We’ll start “in role” for the interview and will spend time afterward debriefing, providing guidance on how to strengthen your responses, tone, body language and overall effectiveness.
You’ve landed the role and want to make sure you get the best possible offer, financially and otherwise. We’ll help you define what’s most important to you in your offer, identify what you are and aren’t likely to be able to negotiate, and provide tips on how to approach the negotiation discussions. Note that our offer negotiation service doesn’t constitute legal advice, and we would recommend you also consider getting a legal review of your offer.
The more you learn about who you are as a person, the more fulfilled you’ll be able to be professionally. We offer three assessment types:
- Gallup CliftonStrengths
- TypeFinder (similar to Myers-Briggs)
We generally recommend choosing one assessment and using the results as a basis for your coaching discussions.