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FIVE WAYS A CAREER COACH HELPS YOU ATTAIN YOUR CAREER GOALS.

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Knowing your worth as a professional will help you tremendously during the job searching process, as well as when it comes time to negotiate a salary that is fit for your skills set.

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Career counseling involves scientifically developed aptitude tests and personality tests that help the counselor give the best-suited career advice to individuals based on their report of their aptitude and personality.

Approaching a career counselor is vital when you are not sure about choosing a suitable career option. Selecting a career option determines your course of life. While a good decision at the right point of time can make your life pleasant, a wrong one can ruin it. Remember that these decisions are irreversible. In case you are in a dilemma, it is also wise to seek professional help. Career counseling is the best option in this case.

A coaching relationship can take many forms. It can be through personal sessions, email correspondence, telephone calls, Skype, but the key to successful coaching is regular communication over a period of time. Career coaching is also offered in various settings: - groups and individually.

Career counseling sessions help individuals to know the pros and cons of the different streams and career paths, thus they can make an informed choice and get a career assessment that helps avoid the risks of change in a career later in life.

Here are five reasons you will want to get the help you need from a career coach today:

1. Helps you recognize your value as a professional

A huge part of a career coach’s job is to identify your strengths and weaknesses, as a professional and an individual. In doing so, you will gain insight into the combination of skills and abilities that you (and no one else) brings to the table. Knowing your worth as a professional will help you tremendously during the job searching process, as well as when it comes time to negotiate a salary that is fit for your skills set.

2. Help you establish a career path, not just a job

Career coaches are trained to get to know you as an individual first, then as a professional. The reason for this is because many people choose their careers based on earning potential, discovering later on that they are unhappy, unfulfilled, and miserable. A career coach is there to take your personality, qualifications, and passions into consideration and help you to find a career that is challenging, promising and fulfilling.

3. Build confidence in your career and yourself

In order to have a successful career, you absolutely must have confidence in yourself and your abilities. Which is why recognizing your value is so crucial in your career. By hiring a career coach, you’re able to get an outsider’s perspective on how and why you stand out from your peers (a.k.a. the rest of the competition). Moreover, by having a better understanding of what you want out of your career, you will be more confident in asking for help to get you where you want to be, now and later.

4. Keep you accountable and motivated

Like a good personal trainer, a good career coach wants you to reach your full potential and attain your goals. Therefore, a career coach will be there to motivate you, track your progress, and check in on you to ensure that you’re doing what you should be doing to get where you want and need to be in your career. By having that accountability, you are less likely to stray from your intended career path and more likely to work harder to reach your intended goals.

5. Help you navigate through difficult career decisions

It’s inevitable that you’ll encounter at least one huge make-or-break situation in your career and want someone trustworthy to help you navigate through the decision-making process. Can you guess who that might be? You’ve got it: a career coach.

Asking your friends and loved ones about monumental career decisions isn’t always the best option, mainly because they’re biased and probably going to tell you what you want to hear. A career coach, on the other hand, will have your best interests in mind and give you advice accordingly.

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    Roseann | December 13, 2017 09:14

    Nice article , how can I join you

    ANETH | December 08, 2017 12:40

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    Martin | December 11, 2017 14:25

    That's owesum.

    Jabir | December 07, 2017 10:24

    It's a helping article .. Thank you.

    Blessingz | December 06, 2017 19:44

    Big deal if would wish to join the team

    Annmary Kananu | December 05, 2017 09:33

    i can confirm that.thank you.

    Stephen | December 03, 2017 19:27

    This is so interesting and would wish to join the team.Thank you

    Thomas | December 03, 2017 10:29

    Am currently in a make-break situation in my career. A coach will probably fix this.

    Jacinta | December 01, 2017 14:20

    Nice article


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