by Preeti Govada (India)

‘It’s only after you’ve stepped outside your comfort zone that you begin to change, grow, and transform.’ -Roy T Bennett.

Are you happy with the way your career is shaping up? Or, Are you someone who’s looking for guidance to restart your career with something you have always been passionate about? And/or, Do you often feel lost and ask yourself ‘Am I in the correct job?’

Then, you should take the advice of a Career Coach! Why?

Well, a career coach will not only be able to bring more clarity in terms of your strategic goals in your life, but also assist with every step of your career progression. Be it resume review, interview preparation, brand building, or just any other integral part of your job search or career planning, a Career Coach can be your ideal partner here!

Amanda is an executive coach with many years of coaching experience. In her words, ‘For me coaching is also keeping my client motivated and empowered on a more long-term basis. Hence, this relationship is more than just mentoring and/or counselling. It involves tactical understanding of the client’s mindset and aspirations with a fresh perspective in every session.’

Such a wonderful insight into the coaching practice! Isn’t it?

Coaching Relationship

So, that brings us to the Top 3 Reasons why Coaching can help you in your career progression

  1. To identify and tap your potential 
  2. Feeling Stuck in a job 
  3. Organisational Restructuring Impact

Source: iCN Issue 34  (Leadership Coaching); pages 73-74

About Preeti Govada

Preeti found her true calling by using her innate skills to benefit others, She is an ICF-CCE International Certified Career Transition Coach. On the passion front, she enjoys writing and has authored a couple of books on poetry, fiction, and effective language-building tips.


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