Career Coaching Video Series

  • Your Priorities
  • Your Top Skills
  • Your Working Environment
  • Your Connections
  • Your Stories (i.e. cover letter, resume, and interviews)

  • Naming your life priorities is a great way to help you identify, articulate, and claim the things that really matter to you
  • You can use your priorities to intentionally seek out a career that will support you in creating a life of meaning, satisfaction, and success.
  • In this video, Heather will walk you through some common examples to help you in considering what yours might be.
  • Studies continue to show that the more you use your core skills and strengths, the more motivated, engaged, and satisfied you are with your life.
  • What are the things you’re doing when you’re at your best?
  • In this video, Heather will walk you through a new way to think about this so that you can uncover the skills you’re passionate about using.
  • Being in an environment where you are most likely to thrive is just as important as using the skills you love. Think about the way you work, communicate, collaborate, and give/receive feedback, and the relationships you want to have. 
  • Sometimes, the boss, team, or a colleague have a way of working that doesn’t match your way of working.
  • In this video, Heather will walk you through some ways to think about various working conditions so that you can highlight the ones that are most important to you.
  • Once you’ve defined your priorities, skills, and work environment, it’s important to spread the word about it! Think about people you may know who are doing work you’re interested in or who are at companies you like. Reach out and consider doing some informational interviews.
  • Be sure to have a couple of sentences ready to help people understand where you’re at in the career process as well as some questions you’d like answered.
  • In this video, Heather will provide you with some scripting suggestions for this part of the process.
  • Now that you’ve been connecting with people and giving them an idea of what you’re up to, it’s important to gather what you’ve learned about yourself, the accomplishments you’re most proud of, and the work you’d like to do.
  • Being able to craft stories of who you are and the work you’re proud of doing is a winning combination for your cover letter, your resume, and at interviews.
  • In this video, Heather will provide you with some tips and advice on how to show up as your best self—without feeling like it’s a sales pitch!

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