Seeking to accelerate your career? Or hitting a ceiling in your career? Or tired of online job leads that go nowhere? Staring at fear? Seeking career advice from the internet is like eating a cookbook for lunch.
Who do you rely on for career advice? Mitch has extremely limited availability for one on one clients who need help in career direction, choices, strategies, job search, interview skills, resume, online presence and other requirements that make you stand out. Known by many as ‘The Connector’ Mitch will on occasion also be able to help you open a door here or there after you have proven your true desire and tenacity. If you know you need an expert in your corner to challenge you to excel in your career or guide you toward landing your next job take action now to work with Mitch.
You may go through various stages in your career.
- Career Acceleration – moving up/positioning in the organization
- Moving Up Fast – as your career is accelerating how do you position yourself, avoid the landmines, speak up and take risks when necessary to differentiate yourself from the competition?
- Career Transition – preparing to move to another role, company or career
- Transition is necessary – your position has been eliminated or you have been let go for a reason. How will you find the position you want? What are the necessary steps to follow in order to have an offer extended to you?
- Career Stall – seeking another job or stuck in one you despise
- Despise your job or career is stalled – what must be done to either light a spark back up for the job you now have. Steps to take in order to determine where else you might work and what else you might do for work.
- Career Starts – the new graduate or about to graduate college.
- Define the job you want. Map out the exact steps which must be taken to obtain the job you want.
Hoping to figure everything out yourself is not the answer.
Find the answers you seek by engaging with Mitch.
Use the contact form below to schedule a call with Mitch:
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