Career Coach Andover MN

Local resource for career coaches in Andover. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to career coach training, career coach courses, career coach certification classes, as well as information on career coach education classes, and content on career coaching.

Trena Bolden Fields
(612) 913-7426
Minneapolis, MN
Coaching Types
Life, Career, Performance
Certified Life Coach, Acting Coach

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Ms. Leah E EricksonACC
651.592.3289, 651.592.3289
11330-D Chisholm Cir Ne Blaine
Minneapolis, MN
Ms. Frances Anne Olson, CPCC
(612) 750-0440
5289 O''Connell Drive Mounds View
Saint Paul, MN
Dr. Renee Rochelle Green
(763) 807-1850
9639 Linden Lane N. Brooklyn Park
Minneapolis, MN
Lori Florence Spangler, CPCC
(651) 483-1172
205 Primrose Court Vadnais Heights
Saint Paul, MN
Susan RasmussenMCC
763.712.1504, 909.336.5463
13055 Riverdale Nw Suite 500 #254 Coon Rapids
Minneapolis, MN
Rebecca Cristine Pfeifer
(612) 964-4994
11326 Rosemill Lane North
Champlin, MN
Ms. Kate Simonson, BA Education and MA PsychotherapyACC
(651) 482-9843
1038 Arbogast St
Saint Paul, MN
Mrs. Ann Czajka Holm, M.S.-SLP-CCC
651.483.5310, 612.670.3019
185 Evergreen Road Annholm@Annholm.Net Annholm@Annholm.Net North Oaks
Saint Paul, MN
Barbara Rae Rubin-GreenbergACC
(612) 386-7713
4216 Flag Avenue North New Hope
Minneapolis, MN
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Benefits of Hiring a Career Coach

Plan Into Action

A career coach provides expert advice, support, and guidance to individuals seeking a career in any given field. A professional career coach may provide guidance and support to individuals that are just entering the workforce or those seeking a career change. Career coaches are objective listeners that have the ability to assess where clients are now and how clients can get where they want to be. To accomplish this, a career coach will developing a plan, goals, and action steps customized to each individual.

Top career coaches typically have an advanced degree, more than 10 years of experience in the areas of business, teaching, or other leadership roles, and a proven record of accomplishment in their respective career fields.

During a typical session, a career coach will:

  • -Cover resume and cover letter writing
  • -Go over interview preparation and execution
  • -Teach you how to write interview follow-up letters with impact
  • -Assess your skills, experience and interests
  • -Cover common mistakes you might be making
  • -Discuss strategies for strengthening your job search activities
  • -Discuss proactive tactics for developing meaningful job leads
  • -Discuss strategies for starting and/or growing a valuable network
  • -Develop tactics for maximizing your network of professional contacts
  • -Teach you how to stay memorable throughout the interview process
  • -Cover solutions for perfecting follow-up interviews
  • -Teach you how to negotiate salary and benefits
  • -Help you build and maintain confidence as a jobseeker
  • -Teach you how to stay memorable throughout the interview process
  • -Cover solutions for perfecting follow-up interviews
  • -Teach you how to negotiate salary and benefits

After all of these areas have been covered, you can expect overall improvement of your quality of life, clarity of career and job search goals, enhanced self-awareness and direction, and better career management skills.

Hiring a career coach can be expensive, but if you hire the right career coach, their services will prove invaluable. Career coaching services can range from $125 to $500 per hour or from $375 to $3,000 per package. If you’re still on the fence about hiring a career coach, you can decide whether or not you need one by considering the following:

  • -You need help crafting a resume or cover letter
  • -You’re bored or frustrated with your job, but have no idea what other work you may be qualified to do
  • -You’re sending out resumes, but the phone just won’t ring
  • -You need someone to answer to keep you on track
  • -Your career is at a standstill
  • -You need help with setting yourself apart from other job seekers
  • -You’re open to new ideas and open to hearing some harsh truths about yourself
  • -You want to move to the next step in your career and become successful

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