Guiding Careers to Success at the Highest Level

“… Richard always had my best interests in mind. His thorough process and personalized support allowed me to focus my efforts, present myself optimally, and negotiate the best deal. His value add was most definitely worth the investment. I can’t thank him enough for assisting me to land so quickly!! Ira
Success at the highest level does not come easy. But, it DOES come much easier and faster when you walk your chosen path with a “silent partner”, an experienced executive coach who always has your best interest in mind….
Click on the above picture to hear Bill Gates and Eric Schmidt explain why top performers have coaches and why you, as a business executive who wants to succeed at a higher level in your career, should have one.
No one can objectively evaluate themselves. And few executives can’t assimilate sporadic, random, inconsistent advice from multiple sources of uncertain value into a coherent career plan. And even with a plan, life gets in the way and even fewer can hold themselves accountable to enact their plan with constant work and life demands.
A trained, experienced, and competent coach (Richard) will see what you don’t see, question what you take as intuitively obvious, challenge you to re-evaluate your beliefs and  conclusions, and hold you accountable to act in your own best interest:
  • So you have more confidence and target desirable next steps….  Think more deeply about your career situation, take assessments to clarify your future options, and set lofty goals
  • So you have a thoughtful, written roadmap to where you want to go….  Write your unique “career plan” that is the foundation for your current and future strategic actions
  • So you take more effective actions that catapult you forward to your goals….  Translate the strategies in your career plan into specific actions, productive personal networking, and successful job interviews as you are held accountable for your effort and receive expert guidance and encouragement
All of which results in better outcomes, sooner rather than later!

Listen to a long-format audio podcast interview of Richard, chock full of career tips you can use: