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a great job taking forever?
Do you feel stuck in your current job; time for a change?
Want to improve performance and get promoted?
If this sounds familiar then ask:
Save money, time, and reduce stress by more quickly finding the work and career you want and deserve! Invest in yourself! Let's get you on your way to reaching your goals.
Call me at 650-743-6928 or email Steve@BayAreaCareerCoach.com
The 12 Stages of Career DevelopmentEffective job hunting and meaningful career development involve many steps and competencies. In this market, we need all the skills we can get. Depending where you are in the career development or job-hunting process, we'll tailor a program for you that focuses on at least several of the following stages:
What you'll learn from coaching at each stage!
1 - Self-assessment
2 - Setting my goals and building momentum
3 - Planning my job-transition strategy
4 - Research
5 - Networking
6 - Marketing myself -- targeted resumes and e-mail messages
7 - Interviewing
8 - Negotiation – How do I get what I deserve?
9 - Hitting the ground running
10 - Improving performance and getting promoted
11 - Life-long skills and development
12 - And finally…
Please note that job hunting and career development expenses are often tax-deductible. Please do check with your tax professional to see if you qualify for this tax savings.
Are you ready to maximize the value of being coached?
As a client you may say, "Am I ready to be coached?
What a silly question; I'm here aren't I?"
If only it were that simple! Unfortunately, just showing up every so often and doing some work between meetings doesn't often produce positive results.
Working with a coach is all about goals, sub goals, small success steps, self-discovery, accountability, confidence, and positive momentum. It's a commitment you make to yourself.
I've now coached so many clients that I can tell pretty quickly what'll work and what won't. Coaching works when the client (yep, that's you) shows up at regular intervals with an open and determined mind ready to go. We both work hard for an hour, you agree on action items you'll complete by the next time. And then you come back having completed the items or open to discuss what blockage you experienced … in other words you're accountable for what you agree to do and either way you move forward and learn.
doesn't work is to regularly not complete the action items or to
until you think the tasks are completed. With the exception of
treat our appointments as very critical and do all you can to complete
action items. If action items aren't completed, you will learn most by
understanding what got in your way. If you do this, you will maximize
the coaching experience and achieve your goals much more quickly,
time, money, and lots of stress. Sound good?
To further these goals, I have set my office policies to align with the idea of effective coaching and consistent effort. Thus I expect we will agree to meet at regular intervals at the start of the coaching (at a later stage, the appointments can be spaced further apart). I also expect that with the exception of emergencies such as serious illness, family illnesses, or unavoidable work emergencies, you will not cancel appointments, and if you do need to cancel an appointment you will give me at least 48 hours notice. All this keeps the coaching effective and you moving in a positive direction.
So, by way of an outline, here's how successful coaching works:
For information about me
To learn more about me, please go the About Steve page and read about my background and experience.
You can also check out what others have said about me by looking at the Testimonials page. And finally on demand you can watch me in action on my "You're Hired!" TV show.