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Coaching for Career Transition Success!

Posted on December 12, 2016 at 5:05 AM

Coaching for Career Transition Success! by Author and Blogger, Coach Jane Loya Ryan

Transformational Coaching creates a coaching model with processes and techniques and a new approach to personal growth through transformation. Transformational Coaching leads by example using processes like “active listening, powerful open questioning, problem solving, self regulation and observation. Transformational Coaching applies transformational learning theory components like critical thinking, creative thinking, objective and reflective thinking, collaboration and consensus building. It then leverages individual reflections into development and individualized coaching plans specific to meet the needs of the individual(s).

Transformational Coaching is used to assess, strengthen and create development programs that address transformational learning to achieve optimal success. Transformational Coaching combines Emotional Intelligence Coaching and Effective Communication Coaching. Coaching that drives personal performance and enables one’s ability to identify & achieve personal & professional goals. Whether an individual is seeking career coaching, leadership development coaching, executive coaching, relationship coaching or any coaching to change behaviors and enhance performance to identify & reach personal & professional goals, Transformational Coaching can benefit those individuals who genuinely want to engage in coaching to become better, stronger, and/or more successful in life and in business.

Transformational Coaching helps individuals strengthen skills in areas such as: Emotional Intelligence Skill Building • Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Skill Building—(Intrapersonal intelligence is being intelligent in picking up what is going on inside of us and doing what we need to do about it [self-awareness and self-regard]; and Interpersonal intelligence [awareness of others and regard for others] is being intelligent & sensitive in picking up what is going on in other people and between other people and doing what we need to do about it.) These two types of intelligence are connected to emotional intelligence.

• Mayer & Salovey: "People high in emotional intelligence are expected to progress more quickly through the abilities designated and to master more of them." From “What is Emotional Intelligence” in Emotional Development and Emotional Intelligence: Educational Implications, by Peter Salovey and David Sluyter. 1997

• Daniel Goleman: “People high in emotional intelligence demonstrate a human ability to focus on personal qualities, such as initiative and empathy, adaptability and persuasiveness.” From “Working with Emotional Intelligence” (Goleman, 1998 ).

Coaching can bring you success through Communication Skill Building • 5Ws and HOW • Paraphrasing for Clarity • Asking Open-Ended Questions • Actively Listening • Positive Body Language • Emotional Intelligence to Assess, Align and Deliver Career Coaching for Success! • Assessments of personality, emotional intelligence, critical and creative thinking, strengths and areas for development • Tailored coaching advice and guidance rather than “one size fits all” • Identification of Goals, Objectives and Gap Analysis then Building a Plan to Achieve • Emotional Intelligence to Align and Build Rapport • Effective Communications – the 5Ws and HOW, Paraphrasing, Open-ended Questions, Active-Listening, Body Language, Empathy • Critical and Creative Thinking • Resume as a marketing tool – Getting Noticed • Focus on your Intention to gain Attention • Personal Branding and Presence and Style • Presenting with Intention to gain Attention • Assertiveness and Self-Confidence • How to build effective career transition collateral (Resume, LinkedIn Profile, Professional Biography, Business Cards, Professional Photo) • Taking oneself to market – targeting prospective employers or self-employment or entrepreneurial ventures • Networking is Building Relationships • Leveraging Social Media • Interviewing and Negotiating in business • Leverage Strengths and Communicating Accomplishments to Differentiate • Dress for Success and Creating a Professional and Positive Image • Reflective Journaling for Self-Motivated, Self-Directed Continuous Improvement

2016 is almost a clouded mist behind us as we are less than 2 months away from 2017. I had amazing speaking engagements in 2016 and have a few more to go wrapping up the year with the Fort Worth Career Search Network on November 21st and December 12th.  And I am excited to already have a lineup for 2017. More speaking engagements are planned at the Fort Worth Career Search Network in Februrary, Frisco Connect Career Search Network, early Spring and at the Southlake Focus Group, early Summer to where I am blessed to be able to spend time with jobseekers of all levels and present my Emotional Intelligence workshop and How to Build a Strengths Based Resume.

I am especially excited about bringing my MOM, WOW and GUYS Group Coaching Workshops back by popular demand beginning in January the 9th, 16th and 23rd and 3 more are planned for each quarter in 2017!  Go to Upcoming Workshops and Events tab and sign up. These are so dynamic and valuable for everyone in career transition.

Finding Your Career Fit Takes an Investment in Yourself–Contact me to start Coaching for Success today!

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Categories: Blogger/Author: Jane Ryan, Emotional Intelligence (EQi), Careers

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