My focus is on helping people find more fulfilling careers, and lives.
I help them figure out a new career. Sometimes we end up uncovering what would make them happy in their existing career.
Having been to my share of career coaches over the years, I realized that the typical "plan and implement" career change process is difficult to pull off.
In fact, a Harvard professor who studied career changers found the "plan and implement" approach to career change a recipe for disaster because it treats the outcome (the new career) as a make-it or break-it event. That lack of certainty keeps people from moving forward.
My "career by design" approach, based on the work of two Stanford professors, reduces the uncertainty people feel around changing careers. Also, because I'm a trained Co-Active coach, I can help you maintain the positive mindset necessary for personal and professional growth.
If this resonates with you, and you're committed to making a change, I can help.
My clients range from their 20s to their 60s. Some are just starting out after graduating college, while others are mid-career or are considering a new career after selling their business or retiring after many years in the same career.
Schedule a free intro call or drop me a note.
I look forward to hearing from you.
“Keith is great. I was at a bit of a crossroads when I started working with him. He helped me clarify what I wanted next in life and what was important to me. His coaching helped me be successful in a new direction.” Ben M. - higher education
"I have always been a very ambitious person and have relentlessly pursued my personal and professional goals. But, for almost two years, I had not been able to figure out how to move forward until I began coaching sessions with Keith. Keith helped me confront my fears, fears that were holding me back. I am now dealing with those fears and moving forward to achieve my goals."
Cynthia S. - Entrepreneur