Change is coming.
Whether by choice or by chance, you are transitioning into a new phase of your career and life — a new role, a new company, or a new country.
You are walking a road previously untraveled (by you).
Maneuvering change on top of your day-to-day work and life can be overwhelming, and how you manage that change can dramatically affect the outcome for you and those around you.
There are some things you may not have even considered like:
- adjusting to new culture
- language barriers
- building new networks & relationships
- navigating corporate climate
- supporting your family in their transition
- locating resources
How our Career Coaching Program can help
When taking on a new role or a role in a new location, the opportunity for growth is high. Receiving support and guidance along the way maximizes the chance of a successful transition and increases your confidence with your decision. We offer two broad types of coaching in this area.
Role Transition Coaching
When transitioning to a new role, transition coaching offers you an opportunity to plan and strategize for success, while having an accountability and thought partner along the way. You get a head start on success by developing clear goals for your new role, building relationships, and sustaining momentum.
We offer 90 or 180-day programs that support you in planning and implementing your transition strategy, and that focus on your needs, and the needs of your manager, team, and organization.
There are many ways you can approach your coaching. You may choose to address work-life balance or time management, or simply work through your first 90-180 days in your new role, giving you the space and tools to be plan-ful, thought-ful and empowerful.
Global Transition Coaching
Expatriation and repatriation is seldom simple or easy. With a coach, you have a support partner who helps you navigate cultural changes, workplace changes, and even relationship shifts all while focusing on your long-term career goals.
This virtual coaching program offers you the opportunity to have a familiar person to talk things through with while you acclimate to a new location, workplace, role, and culture.