Career Coaching for a Competitive Edge
I offer two avenues to work together to help you land your dream job.
Working with her made all the difference!
Samantha, PhD, Head of People, Biotech Industry
Career Confidence has shifted my perspective 180 degrees
-Sylvia, Customer Success Program Manager, Biotech
Career Confidence helps other people be great
-Kathleen, PhD, Scientific Project Manager
Career Confidence helped me get my dream job!
Regina, Director of Marketing
I help clients grow
Percentage of my clients who…
Landed a new role (within 2 months of completion)
Would refer a friend or family member
Made a career change (industry/job title/level)
I love my work, and you should too.
As an Executive Recruiter for 7 years, I worked with 100’s of hiring managers, and interviewed 1,000’s of candidates. Through this work, I developed a keen sense of what works (and what doesn’t) for professionals seeking to accelerate, advance or transition their careers. My fascination with the psychology of hiring and being hired informs my work with each client, as we work together to define your value, build a professional brand, and maximize your results at each step of your job search (from resume writing, to interview coaching, and networking).
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From my 7+ years experience as a recruiter and through 1,000’s of executive interviews, it’s abundantly clear to me that there are 2 things that make a person stand out versus their competition. Confidence and Passion These are the two things that seal the deal. They’re the difference between getting the interview, and landing the
The way you talk about your work defines your future work. The stories you tell help your current and future bosses understand your value, and how they can best utilize you. When you only focus on work that is hard (and unenjoyable) vs. work that is hard but you LOVE doing, you set yourself up
You’re probably already negotiating before you apply and you don’t even realize it. And there’s a good chance you’re negotiating against yourself. l was just discussing this in a Career Confidence group coaching call. Women in particular do this a lot. Women are early compromisers. We negotiate in our own heads, consider both parties’ perspectives,
I mean, literally no one. And yet so many women are hesitant to accept an introduction from a family friend. Introductions and advice are not handouts. The problem is in the perception of what a handout is. If a friend of the family who happens to be in high places says they want to recommend
“When it’s time to aim higher, dream bigger, and get the job you’ve earned, I’m here to help”
— Suzanne O’Brien