Here are a few tips on how to choose the coach that’s right for you:
- Look for details about coaches that inspire you or align with your goals. Are you passionate about volunteering for a specific cause? Look for details in your coaches' profiles that align with your volunteer work.
- Look for keywords that match your desired areas of focus. Do you want to work on getting a promotion or moving up to the next level? Look for a profile that mentions related terms, such as "leveling up", "career development", or "career coaching."
- Look for matches in coaching and engagement styles. Your coach's coaching style is how they will show up in the session and guide you through coaching. Their engagement style is how they will continue to interact with you between sessions. Consider what combination works best for you.
- As you review your set of coaches, we encourage you to look for a coach rather than a mentor. Often, we look for someone with similar industry experience that could take us on their path, as more of a mentor. A coach, on the other hand, might bring a fresh perspective from a different background to help you create your own path toward your goals.
What leads to the most impactful coaching is openness to the process and consistency of sessions--making this investment in yourself! With this in mind, we encourage you to select the coach that resonates most with you and schedule your first session.
You can change coaches at any time! If at any time you would like to connect with a different coach, please see Trying Another Coach