STRATEGIES FOR CAREER and LIFE
Mary has a special directive to help you succeed — she understands the major decisions you will make in your career. Mary believes in building a trusting, confidential relationship with you. Discover your hidden talents and strategize about how to get them working. Let’s get clarity on the next step for the road ahead.
Most people experience three key intersections during their lives:
New kid on the block
Developing a career path
Sometimes it starts with the idea that you have something more to offer. For others it can be a restlessness, as if things are just not working out well. After college, or a few years into a profession, you may wonder:
- Hey, what am I doing here?
- How can I do more of what I like?
Mary supports you in Creating Work That Works with your own strategic action plan. You’ll learn how to respond when you see that fork in the road.
- What are your intentions?
- How do you measure success?
Creating new value and purpose
After about a 20-year relationship with a company or profession, and you now find yourself asking new questions:
- Is this all there is?
- How can I try something new?
- How can I make a difference?
Are you ready for something new and exciting? You may be surprised to hear that often small incremental steps can change the entire trajectory of your path. If you have a deep feeling that there must be something better, Mary can guide you down a new road.
- What is your story?
New Phase of Life
Focused, not obsessed
When you feel your priorities shifting because of a new phase in your life – after having devoted a significant part of your life to your work and success, after working solely within the home, or after shifting from military to civilian life – these are questions you might be asking:
- How can my new role and my community benefit from all of my experience?
- How do I re-invent my life’s work?
- Can I find a better balance?
At this stage you might want to dedicate your time to a specific area of interest or expertise. You may want to continue working — just not that hard— and have time to enjoy the achievements you have made thus far.
Regardless of your present career stage or the paths you have taken along the way, it is important to reflect and strategize about where you are going and what you will need to get there.
Here are three ways Mary can help you:
Mary's skill as a Career Coach and Strategist is absolutely masterful. As my coach for the past few months, her direct but personable style refined my thinking around my values, skill and career direction, and helped me put conceptual ideas into actionable results in order to build my "new" resume and LinkedIn profile. She put me through the paces, and had endless patience with me as I sometimes struggled to define and articulate my goals, but that's exactly what I needed.
If you're looking to define (or redefine) your career goals, and are in need of some tough (but still tender) guidance, I would HIGHLY recommend Mary's services. She'll help you get where you didn't even know you wanted to go.Traci D'Alessio