Career Coaching

Many people find the need for one-on-one assistance at different times in their careers. The investment in career coaching is one that many individuals are making despite their level of experience or success. Every month, over 1.5 million searches occur for career coaching help. It is reported that 99% of individuals and businesses that hire a career coach are “satisfied or very satisfied” with their experience — and 96% would repeat the process.

Our team of experienced professionals is prepared to confidentially assist you whether you are a senior executive or a recent college graduate needing one-on-one assistance with resume preparation, interview skills improvement, job strategy services, negotiation assistance, networking, developing your personal presence, or outplacement. These private career coaching sessions can be performed in-person, onsite, or via webcam and are remote-capable; available to any country and region.


Career and Executive
Coaching Program

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These career coaching programs are designed to help experienced professionals meet a wide variety of goals such as:

  • V or C-Level executive seeking new opportunities
  • Job seeker encountering difficulties advancing to or past the initial interview stage
  • Mid-level manager positioning yourself for executive promotion
  • Currently employed but finding yourself increasingly frustrated at work
  • Looking to improve your communication or personal presence skills based upon your recent review
  • Reentering the workforce or looking to make a career shift or change
  • Pursuing a new entrepreneurial passion

6 sessions – $2,750

12 sessions – $4,500


Corporate Outplacement Program

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Corporations grow and change and sometimes roles and teams become redundant or are no longer a good fit. To ensure your employee achieves a soft landing we provide individualized outplacement services for any level of employee.

These programs include:

  • Setting expectations and resume development
  • Emotional and financial considerations
  • Internet appearance
  • Occupational, work style, and career assessment
  • Job market and search strategy
  • Preparing to approach prospective employers and the cover letter
  • Network development
  • Employment assistance programs
  • Working with recruiters
  • Interviewing skills and negotiation
  • Educational considerations
  • Employment alternatives (i.e. self-employment)

13 weeks – $4,875

26 weeks – $9,750