Career Challenge Workshop
The fact is changing job roles, companies or industries requires a well-executed career change plan. If you don’t have one, then you’ll keep trying to make a change without getting the results you want.
But when you have the right roadmap, you’ll start receiving more opportunities, making the career you want not only achievable but inevitable.
My 6-week Career Change program includes six individual coaching sessions, with a different focus each week. We will work together to outline a strategy, prepare the necessary tools such as a resume and online profile, and master necessary skills such as interviewing and salary negotiation.
This program is perfect for anyone who is looking to move up, change industries, return to the workforce after an absence, college graduates…. Just about anyone looking to make a change as it relates to their career.
Week 1 – Career Discovery
What do you want to be when you grow up? We were all asked that question as a child, but perhaps the more important question is; How do you get there? Identifying the right company, culture, and position is the first step in any career change and lays the foundation for the next 5 weeks.
Week 2 – Resume Building
Exclusive “Professional Resume Toolbox” includes easy to use resume templates – just drop in your content and go! Includes instructions, resume samples and polished templates to help put you in high demand and stand out from your competition!
Week 3 – LinkedIn Optimization
Learn how to share your professional story online with a LinkedIn profile optimization guide. This simple step-by-step guide covers LinkedIn best practices and more, so recruiters will knock at your door with the perfect opportunity!
Week 4 – Interviewing Smart
The must-have “interview cheat sheet” loaded with interviewing questions, answers, and insider strategies to ace your next interview. Includes exclusive interviewing strategies from past clients who got the job!
Week 5 – Salary Negotiation
What are you worth in today’s job market? Find out and negotiate the best salary by loading up on compensation strategies and links to expert websites to research salaries by job role, industries and cities. Don’t accept your new job before finding the answers.
Week 6 – Networking
Where will you meet your next employer? It’s a question that cannot be answered, so you should always be prepared for critical touch points with prospective employers – and discover where you might bump into them.