People change jobs and careers more frequently than ever before, often due to the pace of technology, cutbacks in the workplace, dissatisfaction with their current career, or a desire to do something different.
I help clients pinpoint their career challenges, overcome anxiety about the search process, and understand themselves better so that they can make satisfying career choices. My career counseling process includes: assessing a client’s career-related skills, interests, individual style, intelligences, and values. I also draw on my own experience as someone who has successfully changed careers to inform the decision-making process.
A few success stories of clients whoM I have helped start, transition, and/or reinvent their careers…
Serving as a sounding board for an entrepreneur to assess new ventures and maximize his company’s long-term goals.
Working with a recent math and liberal arts major to obtain a position in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
Helping a managing director of an investment management firm transition to starting her own investment management firm.
Working with a photographer to change careers to become a physician’s assistant after he determined that his strengths were better suited to healthcare.
Working with a corporate attorney at a large public company to recognize that she had the skill set to become the General Counsel.
Helping a merchandising executive at a leading digital startup go after and successfully shift over to the sought-after position of sales manager.