Lisa Sansom does Career Coaching only for a few select clients. Please contact Lisa if you would like to engage with her for your career coaching needs. Otherwise, please browse her career coaching resources and articles below.
What is Career Coaching?
Career Coaching is not just interview coaching, or resume review, or checking in on your LinkedIn profile. It's a series of activities which combine together to help you attain your career and professional goals.
My career coaching work is limited to a handful of specific clients who are in professional settings and looking for management and leadership positions. These clients are willing to put in the hard work and hours that it takes to know themselves and look for a new position. They are willing to go out of their comfort zone to actively network and learn new ways to approach their career search using methods that may seem counter-intuitive, even odd and strange, but return amazing results in self-knowledge and career opportunities.
If you feel that you could be one of these clients, please contact Lisa to discuss and learn more.
If you are looking for some resources that you can use on your own, please have a look at some of the articles that I have written and tools that I have crafted - these are free for you to use. If you share them with others, please attribute them to Lisa Sansom at LVS Consulting (links back to this page are appreciated).
All the best for your career journey!
ARTICLES AND TOOLS
Create your "way-too-long resume" - never blank out when you are asked "tell me about a time when...": learn how and why
Why your mindset matters for your career search
From Fast Company - the right attitude can go a long way.
Working with Lisa, you don't just get basic career advice and coaching. You also get to work on your mindset and strengths, values, skills, talent, energy, and on and on and on. It's the whole deal - all based in the research of positive psychology and Lisa's coaching experience.
4 Pieces of Career Advice It's OK to Ignore
From Harvard Business Review - ignore this career advice
What you think you know about getting a job, or creating a career, or finding your calling, isn't always true. There are a lot of misconceptions out there. Should you follow your passion? Should you go to cocktail parties to meet new people? Should you email everyone you know on LinkedIn? The answer to all of these is.... maybe, but likely not. Work with Lisa on your career and learn what really works, building on the science of applied positive psychology and neuroscience basics.