What is a career coach?
A career coach has been trained in helping other people develop their career goals. They help you determine where you would like your career to go and develop a plan for achieving those goals.
Who works with career development coaches?
- Professionals growing into more demanding positions
- Individuals scaling the corporate ladder
- Young adults transitioning from college to working world
- Entrepreneurs who wish to advance to the next level in their lifestyle
- Individuals pivoting between different industries or those shifting into a new career or stage of life
How does a career development coach help me?
Establish well-defined, measurable, & realistic goals along with a clear action plan which will make it easier to organize yourself and the work you do as you work towards your career objectives.
What is the role of a career coach?
The role of a career coach is to assist and motivate clients in increasing their confidence, enhancing their interpersonal and leadership skills and planning for career advancement or change.
Clients can reasonably expect to gain career confidence, insight, encouragement, and inspiration. Behind the scenes, Tammy researches the market, makes edits to your resume, and calls hiring managers within her network.
How does Tammy Klein like to work?
Tammy’s methodology involves exploring your current career situation, identifying your differentiating factors and the value-propositions that make your product or service unique and addressing potential skill gaps that are limiting your personal and professional growth.
This is a fantastic opportunity to create a compelling story that resonates with recruiters. Prepare for interviews, negotiate salary, and get noticed by hiring managers and recruiters.
What services does Tammy Klein HR provide for individuals in need of career development coaching?
Some of the services we provide are:
- Career Coaching
- Resume Revisions
- Long-Term Career Planning
- Job and Internship Search
- Identifying Career Paths
- Resume and Cover Letters
- Marketing Yourself
- Interview Prep
- Offer Negotiation
- Closing the Deal
What is the ROI of hiring a career coach?
Hiring a coach does come with a price tag, but the long-term benefits it can reap will hopefully make you happy that you invested. We are talking about your career after all, the next 40 or so years of your life!
A recent report by BetterUp, estimated highly meaningful work generates an additional $9,078 per worker, per year. How much would an extra $9,000 a year be worth to you?
What is Ikigai?
Ikigai (生き甲斐, pronounced [ikiɡai]) is a Japanese concept that means “a reason for being.” The word “ikigai” is usually used to indicate the source of value in one’s life or the things that make one’s life worthwhile. -Wikipedia
At the end of the day, your reputation is defined by the work you do and the legacy you leave. If you’re stuck, we can help!
Call us at (305) 775-5640
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Carly Leibling speaking:
“Tammy has been so helpful with me with my career transition – moving from across the country and into a field where I knew nothing about, she’s been my number one guide every step of the way whether it’s a phone call or a meeting or anything of the sort, she’s always there to answer my questions and to be there for whatever I need. I definitely recommend using her for your career transitions no matter if it’s something that you already know about or something that you’re just looking to try.” -Carly Leibling
Julie Gretenstein speaking:
“Tammy Klein provided so much help for me during my job search. She was able to give me meaningful positive and constructive feedback through mock interviews as well as advising me through several different stages of the job search process. Tammy Klein helped me to gain confidence in my interviewing abilities as well as in marketing myself to employers. Her wide range of experience and commitment to helping others makes her a great resource.” -Julie Gretenstein
Giovanna Sosa speaking:
“I have known Tammy Klein now for almost 20 years, since the very beginning of my career here in Miami and she is just an amazing human resources professional. She is so experienced and has so much passion for what she does and that’s one of the things that impresses me the most about Tammy. How genuine she is, she really cares about the people that she’s working with, the people that she’s helping, her friends, her colleagues. She really is a great listener and she loves to connect good people with other good people and with good organizations. She is a great asset to have on your side, an invaluable friend, an invaluable resource, she’s helped me prep for interviews, she’s given me career advice throughout the years and you would be very very lucky to have someone like Tammy on your team. Thank you Tammy for everything you’ve done.” -Giovanna Sosa
Tori Cohen Speaking: “
Tammy Klein is a great resource for preparing for interviews and she is also helping me a lot with my job search. She has so much experience and practical knowledge to help any person or young adult with career related questions. She has given me a lot of practical advice for my upcoming interviews and job search and she has also helped me think in a broader way and build confidence. Thank you Tammy!” -Tori Cohen
“Hi, I’ve known Tammy Klein for many years. She is a dedicated, insightful, and thoughtful HR professional. She has expertise in the areas of recruitment, labor relations, performance development, compliance, and compensation. She has many contacts in the South Florida HR community which she has and is able to put to good use. She is a problem solver. She uses a combination of her integrity, her experience, and some chutzpah in order to deal with the most difficult issues. For these reasons I think Tammy would be an excellent fit for any company looking for quality, seasoned HR expertise.” –Carlie Caldwell