Our problems exist on two levels, the surface level and the underlying level. Surface level problems are what you are aware of like my client, a program manager at a large non-profit, who said, “I don’t know what I want to do next”.
Are you wondering how to take the next big step in your career?
Are you looking for more clarity to make an important decision?
Is the fear of failure holding you back from doing what you really want?
A career coaching conversation can you help you get unstuck, help you figure out what you want, and get you moving in the right direction.
Join Mo Chanmugham, Esq., ACC, an executive career and leadership coach for a free 20-minute speed coaching session. His goal is to help you make better career decisions aligned with your values.
When: Monday July 8 from 1-2pm and 5:30-6:30pm
These sessions are ideal for mid to senior level executives who want help getting unstuck and moving their career forward with clarity and confidence.
To make the most of these sessions come prepared with a topic to discuss, an open mind, and a playful spirit. Use this session to grow your self-awareness, see things from a new perspective, get feedback, process your thoughts, and gain a renewed commitment to taking action.
You can expect to leave with an increased awareness of what is holding you back and an action plan to help you move forward.
Topics to discuss may include:
How to take the next step in your career
How to validate new career options
How to build your confidence in a new role
How to overcome the fear of taking action
How to increase your influence and credibility in your role
How to build a strong professional network
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