Coaching is no longer a perk, exclusive to the domain of senior executives. In a survey of 18,800 workers, the International Coach Federation reports that 35% of respondents between the ages of 25 and 34 say they have already utilized the services of a coach.
Today, from millennials to seasoned professionals, to those who have been passed over for promotion, to those who are working to develop those oh-so-necessary soft skills, to those who are ready for a career change, many professionals are benefiting from the targeted skill development and personalized accountability coaching provides.
As the job market improves, more people are expected to employ the specialized services of a coach to help them identify and effectively articulate their strengths, target industries and roles that are a good fit, build a vigorous job search strategy and keep them laser focused, week-to-week, on achieving specific milestones. How might a coach help you turbo charge your search and land the job of their dreams?