Growth, guidance, and self-awareness for the next step in your career
You can begin today taking steps towards a career change and a healthier, happier working life.
The best first step is to talk with a career development professional who understands both your ambitions and your challenges, and who knows how to navigate through the whole process of career development.
I’ve helped countless people in career transition, and I’d be happy to get on a call with you to find out if I’m the right coach for you.
Is this you?
You want to make a change in your career but you’re not sure if now is the right time. Perhaps you’re not sure exactly how to go about looking for something else. You’re stuck, dissatisfied, wanting more.
You may fall into one of the three zones of discomfort that my clients often find themselves in when they reach out to me for help –
- the square peg zone, where the job is just not a good fit
- the glass ceiling zone, where the prospects of moving up are slim to zero
- the awful boss zone, self-explanatory but sadly all too common
Here’s how you can move beyond your zone of discomfort:
Exploratory Coaching “What do I want to be when I grow up?”
If you are uncertain of your direction, we’ll work together to explore your options. Based on your individual situation, you’ll have access to a curated collection of career assessments that will provide you with new insights – informing and supporting your career planning and decision making.
Uncovering Opportunities “I know where I want to go, but how do I get there?”
When you have solid, realistic ideas about your direction, and you can’t wait to get moving, you’re ready for specific strategies and resources to provide you with a clear and workable road map.
Personal Branding “I want a brand new me!”
If ever there was a need to reinvent yourself, now is the time. You’ll dive deep into your experience, accomplishments and strengths so that you can present yourself with confidence to your ideal new employer. You’ll get answers to your burning questions about your resume, professional social media presence, the online application process, and how to shine in interviews.
Success in Your New Role “I just need to get comfortable in my new role.”
The early days in your new role are crucial to your long-term success. To ensure a successful transition, you’ll have the option to extend the coaching relationship into the first few weeks or months as you navigate the new landscape.
You’re ambitious and eager to achieve the success you’re dreaming of. I’m here with the experience, knowledge, and tools to help you do just that!
I finally had the job offer confirmed! Thank you for your help along the journey. Not just the techniques you taught me, but most importantly the confidence you brought back to me. THANK YOU!!
Cathy, thanks so much for your help. I found the coaching sessions very beneficial. With your professionalism and exceptional experience I built up my self-esteem and confidence
The breadth & depth of her knowledge and experience allow Cathy to offer the most strategic advice & assistance for career advancement for individuals
I am pleased to recommend Cathy as a coach – she has developed and implemented training programs for self-employment, job search, and career exploration. She is dedicated to helping people develop their skills
Cathy was a thoroughly professional, patient and encouraging coach and I profited considerably from her dedication and assistance.
Cathy, thank you so much for your dedication and advice. You have been a wonderful mentor to me. I admire your professionalism
Thanks so much for your advice and support over these past few months – it kept me going when I otherwise would have given up! … It has been a real pleasure and honour to work with you
You really helped me develop and grow in the nonprofit world as well as a human being! You have been a great mentor
You have been amazing to work with and I have learned so much from you.
Cathy’s strong knowledge and exceptional ability to manage others and to motivate a team into action is unparalleled.