Job search coaching offers high value for anyone who hasn’t done a job search in quite a while. Is that you? It could be perfect for you if you suspect you’re not up on the best methods, things to do and not do, how to use technology in the search, and more. The interview coaching aspect of the service also relates to other elements of a job search, since it’s a key part of the process.
This area could suit many job seekers, including those who anticipate landing interviews and might not have conducted a job search in years. (Can we say “rusty skills”?) Likewise, it includes people who frequently encounter challenges in an interview and don’t handle it as well as they know they need to. In fact, anyone who wants to feel confident about performing at a peak during key interviews could benefit from the coaching.
Coaching helps eliminate or seriously reduce the not uncommon nervousness that interviews cause in many people. It helps them avoid getting the “deer in the headlights” look when they’re confronted with a question they weren’t expecting. It gives them more confidence to bring their best effort to each interview.
These coaching services arose from questions and requests being made by clients whose résumés and cover letters I was preparing. I started offering job search and interview coaching because prospects who contacted me often revealed during our initial phone consultation that they hadn’t done a search in a long time. They knew (or at least suspected) that their methods might be a bit out of date and needed a “refresher.”
Every job seeker should be current on the requirements needed to conduct a successful search—to help them land interviews. That’s what I work on with you.
Coaching helps you navigate the job search minefield! Although it can’t solve every problem you might encounter, it can put you in a better position to make your search productive and less stressful.
After we’ve talked by phone and I’ve provided a quote, you have the opportunity to consider my recommendations and the interactions we’ve had. If you aren’t convinced my services are a good fit, you can decline them. However, many of my clients have found them practical and productive. Those clients also refer others to me based on the value of what they have received. I’m sure they wouldn’t do that if the services hadn’t helped them.
No two people are alike, and your situation will almost certainly have unique aspects that would affect what you need. I provide a customized, no-obligation quote for you to review before you decide whether or not to work with me. You will know what you’re agreeing to before you make a commitment.
If we haven’t worked together before, you can email me or schedule a phone consultation via my website. We’ll have an introductory call to identify your job search needs and help me determine which aspects of my services would most likely be useful to you before I provide you with a quote.