Making Change

October 6, 2021

An elevator pitch hack – for when your next move feels a bit squishy

If you have been struggling with an intentional career move that is leaving you feeling a bit tongue-tied about how to describe it, remember that most […]
September 8, 2021

The art of talking about yourself: 4 qualities to a superior interview

Your goal when interviewing for a new job is to inspire confidence in your audience. You want to resonate as the ideal candidate.  In my experience, […]
August 5, 2021

Career design: avoid this mistake when choosing your target role

As an executive career coach, a common question people ask me is, “How do I decide what direction to head next in my career?” This inquiry […]
June 3, 2021

Is your mindset keeping you from achieving your career goals?

In my experience coaching clients through career transformation, I have identified mindsets that promote an individual’s success and those that impede them. The three mindsets to […]
May 5, 2021

A Career Framework for What’s Next

Almost daily I am asked how to think about and approach a possible, proactive job or career transition. The questions come in various forms, such as: […]
April 2, 2021

How to get crystal clear on what you want from your job

When considering a change in your job – and career – you fundamentally have three options: Stay and grow where you are in your current company […]
March 10, 2021

Speed Date Your Future Career Path

Exploring a potential career transition can feel squishy and overwhelming. Bringing a bit of lightness to the process can help transform your career exploration from one […]
January 15, 2021

Want to leave your job but not ready to pull the trigger? Try this.

Several executives I coach are considering proactive professional moves 12-18 months from now. Deciding whether to stay or leave your job can be challenging in the […]
December 9, 2020

Avoiding Precious: Making Career Fulfillment Easier

Some artisans deliberately put a flaw into their creations.  Why?  To make things feel less precious, and to get their work across the finish line and out […]