Be able to answer:
- Do I need Career Coaching?
- What does a Coach do?
- What is Coaching?
- How can a “skills coach” help me?
- How will I know when I have career success?
- Does the Organization Health of where I work also need some coaching?
The Benefits of Successful Career Coaching Are As Follows:
- Believe in the worth and value of yourself as someone to be cared for in all ways, emotionally, intellectually, socially, spiritually, physically, recreationally and financially.
- Become adept at accessing and using to your advantage the “emotional intelligence” that is your birthright. Career change requires this.
- Know how to sharpen your new focus and set targeted goals that will strategically advance your new career. Strategy means getting where you want to be in your career development, smarter not harder. It is not magic that makes the difference. It is tactics and situation-appropriate strategies.
- See options you’ve not seen, try alternatives you’ve not tried and take leaps of faith you were not sure possible.
- Discover blocks to success and remove them.
- Rather than wasting time wondering why your career is where it is, you will concentrate on what it takes to get your career moving in the direction you desire.
- Learn the skills and tools you need to plan, achieve and sustain the career success you want. What these skills and tools turn out to be for you depends on your needs, be it networking, interviewing/salary negotiating, resume writing, managing office politics, learning to listen or additional competencies.
- Summary: BulletProof Coaching gives you Clarity, Direction and Enhanced Performance in the specific areas of your career you uniquely will find benefit.
What Does BulletProof Coach Paul W. Anderson Bring To Career Coaching?
Paul W. Anderson, Ph.D. (913-901-9110) coaches people from all areas of life in their career transitions and advancement. He develops people, as well as organizations.
He says, “Before founding my private coaching, counseling and corporate consultation business 28 years ago, previous corporate experience included staff psychologist and supervisor for CIGNA, manager for the family addictions unit at a major hospital in the Kansas City metro area, and clinical supervisor for the Missouri Baptists Children’s Home counseling services.
“I was a professor at Missouri Western State College for 5 years and director of educational conferences for the University of Missouri-Kansas City. I continue to teach at the University of Missouri-Kansas City as an adjunct professor.
“Corporations I have done organizational development, training and coaching for both individual and group clients include:
ATT Deluxe Check Printers Southwestern Bell
Marion Labs (and its subsequent configurations, including Aventis)
CIGNA Research Psychiatric Center Engineered Air
Science City (Kansas City) Kaufman Foundation UBS Financial
Central Exchange PriceWaterhouseCoppers Accounting
Hallmark Lockton Insurance Rockhurst College
“I have been engaged as a consultant for substance abuse treatment centers, counseling centers, retail outlets, legal and medical professional firms, trade organizations and several family businesses.
“I oversee Longitude Partners, Inc. organizational development services, working with private and public corporations in the financial services and other industries as well. I am a licensed Ph.D. psychologist in Kansas and Missouri. Career coaching and organizational consulting is one of the best things I do.”