Combining your current success with our 25 years of experience to help you achieve your career goals.
We customize our advice to each coaching client’s unique situation. We do not do the clients’ work for them. We help them help themselves. We provide a savvy sounding board not available anywhere else. It is secure, confidential and comfortable. It allows the client to articulate career options perhaps not yet shared with anyone else. The point is to allow the client to think outside the box and “test drive” ideas without the risk of embarrassment. After this effort, the client is in a position to make superior decisions about what to do based on what he or she truly wants to do.
Participation in the Transition Coaching program does not preclude the client from being a possible candidate on an executive search. If the client becomes a participant in one of our searches, the transition program is formally suspended and the relationship with Mitroff Consulting & Associate focuses exclusively on the search.
We identify what it takes to assess each opportunity and position the client to stand out optimally from others wanting the same opportunity. Additionally, we are prepared to guide our coaching client during their first few months in the new position to maximize his or her initial success.
WHO SEEKS OUT A COACH?
“Who exactly seeks out a coach? Winners who want even more out of life.”
– Chicago Tribune
“People who use a career coach find jobs 15% to 46% faster than those who don’t, according to a study by talent management firm Lee Hecht Harrison.”
– Wall Street Journal
“Business Coaching is attracting America’s top CEO’s because, put simply, business coaching works. Asked for a conservative estimate of the the monetary payoff from the coaching they got, these managers described an average return of more than $100,000, or about six times what the coaching had cost their companies.”
– FORTUNE Magazine
“A coach may be the guardian angel you need to rev up your career.”
– MONEY Magazine
“If ever stressed out corporate America could use a little couch-time, it’s now. Trust in big companies is at an all-time low. Baby-boomers have been burned; Gen Xers aren’t expecting the Corporation to take care of them. Under the circumstances, employees are much likelier to go outside and get independent advice to help them be better managers.”
– Karen Cates, Northwestern’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management
“Between 25 percent and 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies use executive coaches.”
– Suvey, The Hay Group, International
“Across corporate America, coaching sessions at many companies have become as routine for executives as budget forecasts and quota meetings.”
– Investors Business Daily
“Coaches are not for the meek. They’re for people who value unambiguous feedback. All coaches have one thing in common, it’s that they are ruthlessly results-oriented.”
– Fast Company Magazine
“Coaching is the universal language of change and learning.”
“Executives and HR managers know coaching is the most potent tool for inducing lasting personal change.”
– Ivy Business Journal
“Part therapist, part consultant, part motivational expert, part professional organizer, part friend, part nag — the personal coach seeks to do for your life what a personal trainer does for your body.”
– Minneapolis-St. Paul Star-Tribune
Please Note: Participation in the Transition Coaching program does not preclude the coaching client from being a possible candidate on an executive search. If the coaching client becomes a participant in one of our searches, the transition program is formally suspended and the relationship with Mitroff Consulting focuses on the executive search.
To learn more about the program and build a coaching relationship designed to help you evaluate your next opportunity and succeed as a leader, please contact us.