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Enterprise Career Coaches

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  • 8 years in business
Briana C.
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Dr. Sims Reassured Me To Stay Focused & Be Confident In My Own Abilities & Encouraged Me To Set Goals & To Stay Motivated In Achieving Those Goals... He Reassured Me To Rely On The Positive Things Happening In My Life & Discouraged Me From Wasting Energy On The Negative Aspects Of My Life... He's A Very Positive & Motivating Life Coach... ~Bri

Solution Focused Life, LLC
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  • 3 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Brenda R.
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March 28, 2016 Review on behalf of Dr. Alycia Harris – Solution-Focused Coach Of Solution-Focused Life LLC CLARIFYING STATEMENT Since I first started as a peer-to-peer client with Dr. Harris, around August, 2015 online, it has been one of great monumental proportions. In Dr. Harris performance as my peer coach she showed credibility, communication and focus on me as the client professionally and effectively. Her dedication and attention to detail on matters that I entrusted to her allowed me to open up and take on accountability to my creativity and innovated plans for my own coaching future. Dr. Harris articulation of knowledge and skill brought clarity to my ongoing relationship with her and ongoing positive outcomes that I knew I could do. Dr. Harris questioned me in areas such as what was already working for me, what specific goals I wanted to achieve, devising an action plan to make my goals work, and me committing myself to all of it. Each of these areas and more formulated a learning space and empowering me to continue on the path; the vision I had planned and to continue in my trust and faith. Dr. Harris allowed me to be able to voice what was inside of me and bring it into fruition. In my overall assessment and review of Dr. Alycia Harris professional performance as a Solution-focused Coach is one of respect and admiration and I would kindly accept continuing to be coached by her. Her skills and ability in coaching me were phenomenal and the online environment felt very comfortable and at ease. I feel that I would not be where I am currently without being able to voice events, situations, etc…with her and highly recommend her to anyone seeking solution-focused coaching. Brenda Rockward – Transformation Coach M/Y Unfolding Life Coaching LLC

  • 1 year in business

I have over a decade of experience in the corporate world. And during that time I have balanced my time with my kids, spouse, physical health, personal development, and following my passion, life coaching. I have studied extensively in the area of Positive Psychology and have a Certificate in Personal Development Coaching from the CaPP Institute and a Bachelors of Science in Business Management.

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What is a career coach?

If you’re interested in furthering your career and want expert help, a career coach is a smart solution. A career coach is a professional you hire to guide you during a job search or a career transition, or to help you improve and advance in your current position. A career coach analyzes your work situation and learns what your professional goals are. They then create a strategy to help you achieve your targets. Throughout the process they should provide objective feedback and guide you in approaching the process strategically. Here are some of the tools and tasks a career coach may assist you with:

  • Helping you build a strong resume that reflects your work history, potential, and skills
  • Coaching for interviews and strategies for solid answers built around your resume and the target job
  • Defining your career goals
  • Creating a plan for job searching
  • Improving networking strategies and skills
  • Developing strategies for negotiating raises or promotions
  • Assessing why you’re not getting where you want to go
  • Identifying new positions or career opportunities that fit your skills

Why is career counseling important?

Career counseling can help you discover your career path, help you overcome challenges preventing you from finding happiness in your job, or help you learn more about career opportunities that are available to you. Career counselors are typically counselors who specialize in helping guide people into their best career choices. As professionals, they have typically completed a master’s degree in counseling with a focus on career counseling and bring a nuanced understanding of the emotional blocks that prevent someone from doing what they love or getting ahead in their current position. Here are some of the ways that career counseling can help:

  • Identify your skills and talents and how they correlate to different career paths
  • Educate you about the educational requirements for launching in various careers and what earnings can look like
  • Help you understand the kind of environment you want to work in, and which careers are best suited for that
  • See opportunities to transfer your existing skill set to other career areas
  • Help you identify causes of tension or unhappiness in your current career and how to overcome those difficulties
  • Help you create a game plan for moving forward
  • Provide a safe space for you to understand your feelings about career choices you’re making

How much does it cost to hire a career coach?

A career coach provides one-on-one sessions to help you reach your career goals or overcome any challenges you’re having in your career path. The cost to have career coaching can vary based on factors such as the number of sessions you purchase at one time and the experience and rates of your counselor. Career counselors are typically professionals who have earned at least a master’s degree in their field. Based on their academic background, supplemental certifications they have received, and any postdoctoral work they have done, their rates may vary. Typically career counselors offer reduced rates when you sign on for their services on an ongoing basis. A typical price range for career counseling services (nationally) could be $75-$150 per session. Remember to always ask if the career counselor offers a complimentary introductory session. You want to make sure the relationship will be the right personality and counseling style fit to help launch your confidence and upcoming career changes.

How much does it cost to hire a career coach?

When it’s time to take your career to the next level, it’s time to hire a career coach. The cost to have a career coach help you with your professional journey will vary based on how many sessions you require, the level of coaching you desire, and the rates of the coach as determined by their experience, expertise, education and training. On average, career coaching sessions can range from 60 to 120 minutes, depending on the professional and what your needs are. Career coaches in smaller towns and areas with a lower cost of living will also typically have lower rates than those residing in large metro areas like New York, although most do offer remote coaching. Many coaches also offer a free introductory consultation, which gives you the opportunity to determine if their personality and coaching style are the right fit. It’s helpful to ask the coach about their relevant experience and get references from former clients. Depending on the professional, session rates could range anywhere from under $60 to well over $250 per session. Package discounts are a good way to commit to the relationship as well as get savings on services.

What is a career counselor?

If you’re feeling lost in your career path, overwhelmed, in need of a job but confused as where to start, or ready for change but uncertain what you want, a career counselor is a good choice for you. A career counselor is typically a licensed professional who has earned a master’s degree in counseling — likely with an emphasis on career counseling. Each state has different licensing requirements for career counselors, so be sure to research before reaching out to a pro.

Due to their academic backgrounds, career counselors often have a more holistic and in-depth approach than a career coach. Career coaches are not regulated by states and also tend to be more business-focused — a good fit for those who know what they want but need help achieving it. On the other hand, a career counselor provides guidance and clarity around some of the more emotional aspects that job hunting and career movement entail. Career counselors meet with you in a series of one-on-one sessions. They assess your personality and learn what drives you. They get a detailed understanding of your work history and your hopes, and often work to help you discover any internal blocks preventing you from going where you want to go. Hiring a career counselor is appropriate at any time in your career, from recent graduate to executive-level management.

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