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P.O. Box 5173 Suffolk, Virginia 23435 United States

CAREER COACHING EXPERIENCES

Achieve Your Professional Goals and Be In Charge of Your Choices. 

 

"You can pick your career by choice or let it pick you by force." - Hedi Rian

 

Our boutique career coaching services are designed for individuals going through personal and career transition. 

 

  • Are you looking for a new job and not getting any responses from employers?

 

  • Are you considering a career change and unsure how to best approach your next steps?

 

  • Did you get laid off, workforce reduced, quit, or fired?

 

  • Are you stuck trying to find out how to get a promotion?

 

We can help you! We are hiring managers with over 20 years of experience in a global environment. We know exactly who the employers are trying to interview or hire. Let's get you ready for an effective job search, interview, and negotiation. 

Don't go to an interview unprepared. Be your best self! Learn how to build and tell your stories of achievements and WOW your future employers.

 

Contact us for a free 15-minute consultation or check out our free tips below.

sources in order to understand the implications of every choice our clients can make. Get in touch to learn more about how this service can help you.

 

CAREER COACHING PACKAGES

Everyone's situation is unique. You might be looking to prepare for an interview or just started contemplating on the next steps in your career. We will ALWAYS work with you to recommend the best coaching approach that is relevant to your current situation. Give us a call. A 15-minute consultation is absolutely FREE.

 

A career coaching hourly rate is $150.00. 

We add 3.25% processing fee to every invoice.

$720.OO

 

  • 15-minute free consultation 

  • Individual strengths, values, skills, and passions assessments

  • Strategies for getting rid of the fear of change

  • Building a career development plan

  • 6 coaching sessions in 60 days 

  • Unlimited emails with 48 hours response guaranteed

$595.OO

 

  • 15-minute free consultation 

  • Resume assessment (doesn't include writing)

  • LinkedIn profile assessment (doesn't include writing)

  • Strategies for networking and job applications

  • Building your story of achievements

  • 4 coaching sessions in 30 days 

  • Unlimited emails with 48 hours response guaranteed

READY TO INTERVIEW & NEGOTIATE

$630.OO

 

  • 15-minute free consultation 

  • Tell your story of achievements

  • Practice answering interview questions

  • Effective follow-up

  • Negotiate the best salary

  • 5 coaching sessions as needed throughout 1 job hiring process 

  • Unlimited emails with 48 hours response guaranteed

NOT READY TO HIRE A CAREER COACH?

Guide to a Successful Career Transition

We've got you covered. If you are stressed, burnt out, looking for a career change and trying to define your career path, you can benefit from our Guide to a Successful Career Transition.

 

In this self-paced guide, Alex Aberle, a Certified Professional and Executive Coach, uses her proven career coaching model of self-discovery to help you find ways to attain a fulfilling career.

 

By using real-life stories of her coaching clients, she connects all the pieces of the puzzle to guide you from the state of frustration to getting a meaningful job. The readers can choose their own career paths, utilizing the tools, tips, and hands-on exercises.

 

If you are intrinsically motivated and open to self-discovery, what are you waiting for? You will find chapters dedicated to gaining clarity and facing your fears, defining your values and ideal work environment, developing an achievement-based resume, LinkedIn profile, searching for your dream job, and preparing for an interview.

 

 

 

 
 

"I want to be a leader (or a manager). I've been working at this company for ages and just can't get a promotion I deserve.  I know I have what it takes to manage teams and make this company money."  These are the types of statements I hear and read frequently from prospective clients. The frustration can take over and cloud your judgment, preventing you from finding the most effective way to get to the next step. 

How to Prepare For a Successful Interview

This short guide is intended to help the job seekers prepare for a successful interview. 

 

Step One: Research and learn everything you can about the company or a department you will be working. It is essential, when you show up to an interview with either a recruiter or a hiring manager, that you are able to demonstrate your familiarity with what the company does, its values, past, and recent successes.

I Am Ready to Get Out of This Job and Start Something New!

Being stuck in a bad job is like being stuck in a bad marriage. In both cases, we most likely do this by choice. In either situation, it is not an easy decision to gain courage and start anew. There are just way too many "what ifs" that interfere with making the only right decision. And that is to break out of your miserable situation where you feel shackled by fears, pain, and suffering.​

Define Your Story of Achievements

Before jumping into a search, ask yourself one simple question, “How much effort am I willing to put into building my successful career?”  Your career is not just one job, so it will take a few adjustments and a lot of learning along the way to get to the finish line. Stepping into the job that is not aligned with your desired career can set you back for years.

Unlucky in Your Job Search? Avoid Applying for the Jobs That Don’t Exist!

Before jumping into a search, ask yourself one simple question, “How much effort am I willing to put into building my successful career?”  Your career is not just one job, so it will take a few adjustments and a lot of learning along the way to get to the finish line. Stepping into the job that is not aligned with your desired career can set you back for years.

In the last year, I saw an increase of people who are 50 and older seeking assistance with updating their resumes and redefining their job search strategies. “Nearly eight million older Americans are out of work or stuck in low-quality jobs, denying them a crucial time to accumulate savings.” - WSJ reports.

 

In most instances, older workers seek career changes due to unexpected workforce reductions. I’ve encountered just a few cases where people were looking to fulfill their dreams and to become business owners or consultants before they got laid off. Some workers are also looking to switch their career field due to burn out or an anticipated job loss, so they obtain a higher degree.