YES YOU! Gentle reminder: finding a new job is a lot of work. Succeeding at work is a lot of work too!
The grass isn’t greener on either side. When you're employed, the search becomes a second job. If you're unemployed, too often the challenge is summoning the energy to search and apply. And once you you’ve got a job, you have to set yourself up for success in your new role. When was the last time you consciously planned for all or any of this?
I've been a startup recruiter for 10 years, and lived the last 9 in San Francisco. I’ve interviewed more than 2,000 people, have hired more than 400 real humans and additionally have coached hundreds of individuals outside of my 9-5.
I've lived through, and survived to see the other side of all of the aforementioned scenarios! Whether you become a sloth who needs accountability while searching (I’m including myself in this group), or if you have a list and a timeline, I’m here to help you get and succeed in a job that you like.
My coaching style always leads with empathy and truth. As your coach, the only skin I have in this game is your success, while cheering you on to help you achieve your goals. Some days it will be obvious you just need me to listen. I’m absolutely okay with f-bombs, because some days that’s the how it is. Other days, I’ll be a driver, and will ask you to do big (and small) things so that you reach your goals.
No matter what you're looking for, whether it's help in job searching, or a detailed plan for succeeding in a new role, or even dealing with workplace problems, we'll work to make sure your head is in the game. The plan is simple. I want to be sure that you are self-confident in your abilities.
In my spare time, I enjoy learning new things about my town, Rome, Italy, drinking wine, playing frisbee with my husband, and running my private coaching business for women with ADHD.