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3 Reasons You Should Hire a Career Coach

There are many stories about how coaches have transformed people's lives. Would you consider working with a business, life, leadership, or career coach if they could help you transform an aspect of your life?

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"Coaching works because people learn by doing what they would have done anyway - just smarter, faster, better, and with support and feedback." Consulting Today

Here are three reasons why you should work with a career coach

1. Expedite your career goals

Career Coaches are familiar with the hiring process, interviewing and career progression. They understand their clients' mental blocks while trying to get to the next step in their careers. Working with a Career Coach will help you identify time wasters and reset your focus to help you achieve your career goals faster.


2. Guidance & Feedback

How do companies thrive? With a plan. All successful companies have a business plan or a strategic plan to help guide them and achieve company goals. You should have this for your life too. Career Coaches can identify any potential skills gaps and highlight your strengths. Are you applying to jobs and not receiving callbacks? A coach can help with that. Or maybe you are securing interviews but not being offered the job. Perhaps you’re applying for jobs with no clear strategy. A Career Coach can help set you are the right path to meet your career needs.


3. Tailored Expertise

Free content is great, but it will only get you so far. At some point, you'll need to make an investment and receive tailored advice. No two career paths are the same. What worked for your friend might not work for you. A Career Coach knows what questions to ask and will provide their knowledge and expertise to get to the next step in your career.

If you think coaching might be right for you, check out my blog on how to find a coach.

You can also book a coaching session with me here.

To your continued success,

Nicole Picton, CHRP, CTMP


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