Career Edge One helps you improve your leadership skills, enhance your performance and achieve success on your terms.
Perhaps you’re an individual balancing the demands of your job with the needs of your family. Or a business seeking some middle ground between the desire for profitability and the needs of your employees. Most all have confronted those types of hard choices. Career Edge One helps you get through them with clarity, focus, ease and grace. If the following experiences sound familiar, you’ve come to the right place:
I’ve been doing the same thing for 20 years and I want to try something different but I don’t know where to start. Rebecca S.
I just hired a new sales manager and my revenue is tanking! Frank B.
This job is just not what I thought it would be when I started. Robert M.
We downsized to save the company but how do I help those employees I had to let go? Denise D.
Success rarely happens by accident. To achieve success on your terms, you need to clearly identify your end-game, your career goal. Those goals and a successful career mean different things to different people. For some, it’s a destination like a corner office; for others, it may be a life of service working for a non-profit. Some prefer the stability of a long career with a single company whereas high energy business owners may prefer the life and pace of serial entrepreneurship. For almost everyone, “success” is a journey. Career Edge One helps you take that first step by defining success in terms that are meaningful for you.
To help you attain success on your terms, Career Edge One offers:
- A process that includes skill assessment and self-discovery (goals and values)
- Help dealing with career transitions including workforce re-entry
- Confidential support and guidance
- A proven coaching and consulting method based upon experience across business sectors, organizational hierarchies and academic disciplines
You can read my professional bio on the Trusted Advisers page. But, I want you to get a better idea of who I am and why I do what I do. Since you are visiting my website, you are probably experiencing some level of career discomfort. Or maybe you know someone who is. I’ve been there, too. I’ve been at the crossroads that you may be experiencing right now, including going back to college at 35 and starting a new business during a major economic downturn. I’ve had to make those hard choices just like you or someone you know.
Throughout my career, I found it personally very rewarding to coach and encourage others. This was all before there was a profession called “career coaching”. Then, in 2007, I was able to take my passion and make it my vocation. Today, I know that I’m doing what I was meant to do. It’s helping people and organizations turn their pain and problems into possibilities. So, if you find yourself experiencing discomfort or career anxiety . . . if you’re not sure what you want to do but only sure it’s not “this”, please contact me. Together we’ll define the path that leads to success on your terms.