Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions 

FAQ

What can a career-centered life coach do for you?

Teena Evert, MA, LMFT, CCTC certified life and career coach will work by your side as you launch your career or accomplish a career or job change. You can expect a professional and customized approach to your situation. Teena may assist you identifying your values, interests and skills through the use of formal and informal career assessments and then help you:

  • Investigate specific professions and industries
  • Plan and execute a job search campaign
  • Create resumes and cover letters that open doors
  • Turn interviews into job offers
  • Achieve a promotion
  • Manage office politics
  • Work on a difficult office relationship


What is the process?

Coaching sessions can include in-person meetings, telephone conversations, video conference calls and email. The process will depend on your location and what you want to accomplish. 

  • Change jobs - the process will include an initial consultation, an effective resume, job search techniques, powerful interviewing skills, and negotiating strategies.
  • Change careers - the process may begin with assessment and include research, networking, and goal clarification. Then you will be ready to work on changing jobs.
  • Career performance coaching - the process will be tailored to your specific situation. It begins with an initial consultation to identify your concerns, and then an action plan will be created to help you accomplish your goals.
  • Work on one career issue - such as preparing for an evaluation, achieving a promotion, improving your resume, developing a list of target companies, or interview preparation: the meetings will focus on that particular issue.


Do you work long distance?

Yes, I work nationally and internationally via phone or zoom video conferencing. 

How long will it take?

The number of meetings (in person or by telephone) will vary based on what you want to accomplish. Here are some examples: 

  • Job change: 6-10 meetings
  • Career change: 8-14 meetings
  • One career issue: 1- 4 meetings


Many clients want to work with a career counselor over time in an ongoing coaching arrangement.

How do I get started?

The first step in my process is to schedule a Free Consultation with me so that we can discuss what your current challenges are. Then from here, I will provide you with my recommendations. If we choose to work together, I will discuss the details with you at this time. If we choose not to work together, I will provide an appropriate referral.

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