Editor's note: This post was updated in January, 2019.
We’ve been talking about employee engagement since the 1990s; for decades before that, we talked about employee satisfaction. Whatever the name, we've definitely spent a fair amount of time on the topic. In fact, many companies invest significant effort in measuring and reporting on employee engagement, and building programs and activities to enhance it.
But that's not why you need to invest in it.
Let's start with what coaching is not. It is not consulting. Nor is it mentoring or leadership feedback. And it certainly isn't therapy or counseling. So what is coaching?
You’ve identified your dream job and taken steps to explore it. You’ve used assessments to ensure it’s a good fit. Now it’s time to make your dream a reality! Overwhelmed? No worries! Here's a five-step approach that will keep you focused + on track to achieving your goal.
OK. You’ve resolved that this is the year – THE year – you will secure the job of your dreams. You’ve polished your resume. You’ve signed up for classes. And you’re networking like crazy. But how can you be sure your “dream job” won't become a nightmare? Here’s one way to find out.
We make New Year's resolutions with good intentions of keeping them. Then, the hard work begins. You might think, "I need a plan! Where do I start? Can I really do this?" If your resolution is to get the job you've always wanted, I'm here to tell you that getting your DREAM job can happen by following these steps:
My greatest joy is helping people make bold transitions in their professional and personal lives!