Does this describe you?
- I am a physician with a dream of finding a non-clinical career, but it is really just a dream at this point. I don’t even know what I would want to do– I just feel overwhelmed at times, with what is being dumped on me in the world of clinical medicine.
- I feel like a lost soul…. I have worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings, but I have not been able to reach a satisfying work/life balance with either of them. I have decided to close that chapter and move to something a little different but I am having a hard time getting started. I’m not sure exactly what field I want or how to go about getting a job there.
- I find non-clinical job postings for which think I am qualified, apply for them, but never hear anything back. What am I doing wrong?
- Recruiters are of no use unless they think you are perfect for the job and they’ll get paid their commission. I don’t know where I can get advice about making a transition to a non-clinical career.
- After several years of practicing clinical medicine, from the look of non-clinical job descriptions, I am not qualified to do anything else. I feel trapped with nowhere to go!
There has to be a better way to put all your knowledge, expertise, and skills to good use.
How can coaching help you navigate your career?
What if there was someone who could help you navigate the transition to a rewarding non-clinical career? Someone who could help you find the career that could restore balance in your life and still provide tremendous professional satisfaction? Someone who could help you figure out what the next steps are—or even what that vital FISRT step is–toward a new job.
- An expert to guide you on the steps to take to find out what your non-clinical career options are.
- A coach who can guide you on how to look beyond job postings for a new position.
- Someone who can help you write a CV that will showcases how all your clinical experience really does translate to a non-clinical career.
- A mentor who can help you increase your odds of getting your foot in the door so you can rock an interview!
- Someone who’s been there, done that and truly wants to lend a hand—to YOU.
How does coaching work?
Career coaching usually begins with a “discovery” session by phone or Skype. During this conversation we will discuss many issues such as:
- Your current career challenges and goals
- What you are looking for in a coaching relationship
- Your expectations about what success would look like to you
If there is agreement to move forward, follow-up is scheduled, usually as hour long sessions. Expect to do a lot of talking, listening, and thinking. We will sort through the challenges in your current situation and find a path to improve your career satisfaction. We will;
- Explore the barriers to happiness in your current career
- Consider alternative career options
- Map strategies for networking and job searches
- Consider strategies in the job application process
Each session will be solution-focused and you can expect to leave with actionable advice and a to-do list.
Some clients may have coaching sessions once or twice a month while making a career transition. Others may get what they need with a single session. It’s all about what you need. And if you don’t have any idea what you need, we can figure that out together!
Schedule a Discovery Call
Book an introductory Discovery Call to talk about your personal situation, brainstorm ideas to move your career in a positive direction, and explore if coaching may be right for you. All inquiries are completely confidential. You can also contact us directly here.
Introductory Discovery Call
Duration: 40 minutes ● Price: $75.00 Book Now