Many companies hire career coaches for their executives. Shouldn't you benefit from Professional Coaching?
A professional coach can help executives rise to higher levels and provide valuable advice and direction for critical decision-making, career advancement, managing internal politics and more.
I've worked with some individual clients for more than a decade providing insights to corporate politics, helping strategize with difficult assignments, prepare for annual reviews and sometimes just to provide impartial feed back on events and circumstances in their business - just to listen. And when you're just starting that new job, you should be focused on your first impressions and first wins, but not to the neglect of the bigger picture.
Unfortunately, some clients come to me too late. I've often heard, "I did everything they told me to do, everything. I just don't understand how I could be let go."
Doing what you're told in medical practice: that is, here's your OR schedule, your office visits for the day, here's your labs list to review.... 'Doctor Blue,' to hurry you along in the exam room... That's normal. But in the business world, you're expected to know what to do, what is known and necessary and what is unknown but most important. You're expected to figure it out, to find your own way.
You don't (nor should you) have to think you're alone in a new job. Contact me, I can help.
We can simply work by the hour and meet as frequently as you wish... or you may contract with a monthly retainer. Regardless, you can use as much or as little of my time as you require.
If you're ready to get started, just complete the form on this page, send any documents you'd like me to have to augment our initial hallway consult and I'll call/email within 24 hours.