Career Management Coaching

Winning careers are essentially a return on individual investment. Akin to bank accounts, whatever you put inside grows in value. Strategic career mapping can reap rewarding career growth gains. Payoff isn’t accidental; it’s a positive consequence of sound investment. At Pathfinder, we work with you to develop the best career investment options.

Career growth can have many meanings: being the best of who you are in your current field, satisfying a hunger for doing something more, exploring new vocations, visioning daunting possibilities, achieving an ambition, seeking professional fulfillment, bridging workplace and work life, or pursuing a simple job transition. It can be rigorously planned or it can be triggered by the relentless change in today’s workplace.

As certified career management practitioners by the Association of Career Professionals International, we guide you in studying your career portfolio investment strategies. We help you know yourself better, capture the multiple stories of your life, focus on those stories you choose most to be about and determine how you wish to compose your future story. This can be done zooming in on a particular job or developmental focus; or, by broadening the lens to a wholistic view. You decide; we facilitate the process. Together we light a path to get there.

Contact us for a comprehensive proposal which customizes our process to your targeted career management application.

Trudy's career management coaching helped me take stock of my latent skills which I rediscovered through the assessments. I was able to identify the areas in my work where I could add most value and was inspired with ideas accordingly. She also guided me in finding value in identifying a mentor that was instrumental in creating a model of leadership that I wanted to emulate. Trudy's coaching went beyond my corporate life and provided me with meaningful life skills to continue developing as a person.
- Emmanuel Lagman
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