Discuss your thorny career issue with an expert.
Too often, career coaching is available only in multi-session packages. We recognize that many lawyers don’t want (and often don’t need) to hire a professional career coach for long-term coaching. They just have a burning or nagging something, and they need an impartial expert with whom to discuss it. It’s an opportunity to talk through issues with someone who has been around the block, as well as to formulate an action plan. Our strategic career advising is available in sessions as short as 30 minutes. You can use it for one-off questions, short-term coaching, or as part of a long-term partnership along your career journey.
Action-Oriented Career Coaching for Immediate and Long-Term Success
We give lawyers the tools they need to move forward. Taking an accountability approach to lawyer career coaching, we work with attorneys to develop step-by-step action plans that address their individual needs. Our clients are committed to the understanding that:
- They must choose to be their greatest asset
- Success is the result of habits, behaviors, and attitudes that can be learned
- Short, mid, and long-term strategies are best pursued simultaneously
Through one-on-one career coaching, lawyers partner with us to develop and implement strategies to achieve their goals. Their individual situations can be quite varied...
An assistant general counsel (AGC) with a labor and employment law background wants to position himself for future deputy general counsel (DGC) or general counsel (GC) roles.
But those roles aren’t typically filled by L&E lawyers. How can he gain wider experience and re-position himself as a corporate generalist so that he can continue to advance?
A BigLaw litigator is planning to move to a new city, and wants to use her geographical move to also change practice areas.
How can she establish bona fides in the new practice area, and build connections in her dream city—without alerting her current firm to her plans to jump ship?
An executive-level lawyer has been working overseas for twenty years, and is ready to return to the U.S. She knows her eventual job search will be heavily dependent upon networking. How can she rebuild connections among influential U.S. lawyers?
A contract manager at a Fortune 100 company wants to move to an in-house lawyer role. How he can build relationships within the legal department so that he can transition from his JD-preferred position to corporate counsel?
A senior lawyer with a specialized skill set has her ambitions on getting into one of the most recognizable companies in the world.
How can she target and build relationships with key players in the company to position herself for hire?
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