The Work That Matters Program is a 6-session exploration to get a clear picture of the work that works for you - where you will do and be your best self. Each session will include individualized one-on-one support and materials for you to contemplate ahead of time.
This program is for you if:
you feel like you are going through the motions - your work has become lifeless
you are confused but know you have so much more to offer
you have vague ideas about what you want to do in your work life but nothing concrete
you know there is more to life than what is happening for you on a daily basis
you see other people loving their work and wonder how they did it
you hear a lot of people complain about their jobs and you know there is something not quite right about that point of view
you want to do work that makes a difference but are puzzled about what it could be
In this 6-session program, you will explore:
what engages you in just the right way; what is unique to you
the vision you have of your work life
what excites you
what is most important to you
what are your real strengths
what is most meaningful to you
From that foundation, you will then:
create a list of careers that would be a good fit
select the top 5 most intriguing careers
find the essential information that you need to make the best choice for you
develop a plan for the next steps
Here is an outline of the 6 sessions:
Session 1: Creating a vision of your work life
Session 2: Understanding what your strengths really are (and are not) and developing your mission statement
Session 3: Exploring your values and where you will shine. Beginning the list of intriguing careers
Session 4: What provides meaning and motivation; career list
Session 5: Career exploration summary; picking careers that fit
Session 6: Career research and next steps
This program includes 4 assessments, a one-hour consultation for each session and Career Report that summarizes your results.
The cost of the program is $557.00.
To set up a free consultation meeting or for more information, contact me here.