Career Planning

Follow our simple checklists to view the steps you can take now to work toward long-term career success.


Understanding your career motivations or values as we sometimes call them, is the key to understanding how to engage fully in life, work and play.


There have been several studies that show more workers find out about new jobs through their personal network than any other method.

Confidence Building

Simple and effective techniques and advice on how to boost your self-confidence. Communicate better and become more assertive.

Resume Development

Your resume is one of the most important documents you will ever prepare. It is a statement of your abilities, skills, achievements, and aspirations.

Goal Setting

Is a powerful process for thinking about your ideal future, and for motivating yourself to turn your vision of this future into reality. .

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Goal Setting

Confidence Building


Your resume and job search documents are critical to your success. They represent you — conveying your strengths and interests to employers. They are honest and contain facts that you can back up.

These documents are often the primary way you’ll introduce yourself to employers. They will need to make a positive impression quickly — since they are often reviewed in less than 30 seconds! We can help.

Your conduct, your interpersonal skills and your ability to articulate intelligent and well-thought-out responses to questions are the most important elements.  In an interview your attire plays a supporting role.

Appropriate attire supports your image as a person who takes the interview process seriously and understands the nature of the industry in which you are trying to become employed.

A job coach helps chart the course of your professional life through goal setting. He will help you identify long-term career aspirations and develop steps for getting to where you want to be. A coach helps you set agendas and develop timetables and plans for achieving your goals, and helps you stay focused and on-track. In addition to meeting with you on a regular basis to assess your progress, MS. D The  Job Coach will be available on an “as-needed” basis to help you evaluate workplace situations, troubleshoot career issues and develop workplace strategies.

Just like a football coach works to get his team fired up and excited during halftime, a good job coach will help you stay focused and motivated on your job. He will listen, recognize positive strides and remind you of the progress you’re making. A good coach will also help you correct behaviors and processes that are not serving you well, and help you establish new approaches to career issues when your original plan is not working effectively.

For you to be successful in your career means you need to be motivated about your work, skills and ability to move forward in your profession. A good job coach will help you identify what you’re doing well and assist you in capitalizing on your strengths. At the same time, a job coach will point out your weaknesses, or areas in which you need improvement, and help you develop an approach to bettering yourself in key areas.