Improved
Self-Confidence
CAREER COACHING: EFFECTIVE WAY
TO DEVELOP YOUR CAREER

Improved
 Work Performance 
VIRTUAL COACHING: CONVENIENT WAY
TO MAKE BETTER DECISIONS

Improved
 Work-Life Balance 
VIRTUAL CAREER COACHING: CONVENIENT AND EFFECTIVE WAY
TO MAKE BETTER CAREER DECISIONS

 
Project Next Job
VIRTUAL
CAREER COACHING
simple way to make better career decisions
Project Next Job reconstructs four one-on-one career coaching sessions, by asking you the same questions as professional coach during his meetings with the client.
Each session has its own goals (action steps) that you have to complete in order to move to the next session. Our audio and video recordings will guide you through the entire process, step by step, until you find the best career move.
More details in section: "What is coaching?"

   

8 steps to make the best career move


   
 
session one
STEP ONE
 
session one
STEP TWO
 

1

DISCOVER WHAT IS IMPORTANT FOR YOU IN LIFE AND WORK

2

SET PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GOALS
 
 
Identify the most important life areas and their relation to work areas. Analyze your professional situation and find what is missing for you to be fully satisfied.
 
Think about who you would like to be in the future and select appropriate skills and knowledge you need to acquire to make this happen.
 
         
     
 
session two
STEP THREE
 
session two
STEP FOUR
 

3

DEFINE YOUR OWN CRITERIA

4

CREATE A LIST OF JOBS
 
 
Use data from the first two steps to define your own unique criteria of choosing your next job.
 
Apply your job criteria to our quick job satisfaction assessment in order to shortlist the most promising job options.
 
         
     
 
session three
STEP FIVE
 
session three
STEP SIX
 

5

CREATE A LIST OF QUESTIONS

6

GATHER INFORMATION
 
 
Use your job criteria to create a list of questions in order to estimate in great detail how selected job options match your criteria.
 
Use your list of questions to gather missing information. Update job option scores as you collect the data.
 
         
     
 
session four
STEP SEVEN
 
session four
STEP EIGHT
 

7

MAKE A CONFIDENT DECISION

8

REWARD YOURSELF
 
 
Use collected data visualized on charts and tables to compare job options and make an informed decision about your next career move.
 
You applied yourself to make the best career move you could. You most likely did much more in this regard than most of people. This is why you deserve an extra reward (apart from having a great job) !
 
 

Start your own career coaching process now!
(for free)

(no credit card or e-mail required) VIRTUAL CAREER COACHING
simple way to make better career decisions
Percent of clients who would repeat the coaching process given the same circumstances that led them there in the first place. Global Coaching Client Study, ICF 2009

What is coaching?

"Life coaching can be broadly defined as a collaborative solution-focused, result-oriented and systematic process in which the coach facilitates the enhancement of life experience and goal attainment in the personal or professional life of normal, nonclinical clients." [1] ANTHONY M. GRANT
Professional coaching had its beginnings in the early '70s, and since then it has been used in many fields, supporting both individual clients (Life Coaching) and corporations (Business Coaching) in achieving their goals.
In 1995 Thomas Leonard founded the International Coach Federation [2], which is now one of the major non-profit organizations setting standards for professional coaches. icflogocl
It is important to distinguish coaching from other services like: mentoring, training, consulting, counseling, therapy, or athletic development (where the name "coaching" has its roots). If you are not sure what is the difference between coaching and these services, please read this article to learn what you should expect from a professional coach and how to spot a self-proclaimed "coach" (e.g. if person gives you advice or shares his or her knowledge he or she is NOT a professional coach).
coaching

"solution-focused, result-oriented and systematic process"
[1] - The Impact Of Life Coaching on Goal Attainment, Metacognition And Mental Health. Social Behavior and Personality, 2003, 31(3), 253-264, Anthony M. Grant, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia
[2] - International Coach Federation (ICF) www.coachfederation.org

Project Next Job is based on four one-on-one professional career coaching sessions, where the client's main goal is to find a job that will give them maximum satisfaction and fulfillment. During the meetings, the coach asks questions, makes notes, and encourages the client to dig deeper into the discussed topics.

To reconstruct this process we split it into many small interactions that can be defined by three simple steps:

1. We ask you a question
Step One
We will guide you through the entire coaching process using audio and video recordings.
After some time our questions will build on your previous answers and decisions you made.
To help you make decisions, we will visualize your answers using various charts and tables.
2. You think about the answer
Step Two
You spend some time thinking about the answer.
You check that you do not contradict yourself.
You make rational decisions based on knowledge available to you.
You commit yourself to give true, honest answers.
3. You enter the answer
Step Three
Some questions will require you to:
Enter your answer as text.
Choose elements from options available.
Set elements in order.
Set slider value.


Our algorithm will reconstruct one coaching session after another, and after some time, it will give you the opportunity to move between them in a way that is convenient for you. You will be able to save your progress and continue your coaching process when you are ready to move forward.

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4
SESSION ONE
 DISCOVER YOURSELF 
(steps 1-2)
SESSION TWO
 DEFINE YOUR CRITERIA 
(steps 3-4)
SESSION THREE
 GATHER INFORMATION 
(steps 5-6)
SESSION FOUR
 MAKE A DECISION 
(steps 7-8)
CLICK HERE TO TRY COACHING YOURSELF
(no credit card or e-mail required)

In 2009, the ICF commissioned the Association Resource Centre Inc. and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP to jointly conduct a global study of coaching clients. They asked over 2,000 participants about their coaching experience. The result of this study is presented in the Global Coaching Client Study [1] document. Here are some of their findings.
What motivates clients to seek coaching services?
What results do clients achieve from coaching?
Reasons for seeking coaching Benefits of coaching
Survey respondents were given a list of over 15 areas that are often addressed during coaching sessions and were asked to indicate how important each area was in their decision to seek out coaching services.

Some clients choose coaching instead of alternative services (e.g. therapy or counseling) because coaching provides them an ‘action plan’ (rather than an opportunity to explore their ‘issues’).
Respondents were asked to assess changes in 15 areas as a result of coaching service. The lowest value '-3' indicated change to 'much worse' than before coaching, and value '+3' indicated change to 'much better' ('0' - 'no change').

Almost all (96%) clients indicated that they would repeat the coaching experience given the same circumstances that led them there in the first place.
[1] Global Coaching Client Study 2009 - Data obtained by ICF, Association Resource Centre Inc. and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (link to the source)

Benefits of Using Coaching

Improved
Relationships
Improved
Communication Skills
Improved
Business Management
Improved
Time Management
Global Coaching Client Study 2009 – Data obtained by ICF, Association Resource Centre Inc. and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. More details in above tab: "What do customers say about coaching?"

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