Have you wondered if coaching really works? Or have you thought about or even consider getting a coach? Have you thought about what a coach actually does? Have you stopped to think what is the big deal with people that get a coach? If you’ve asked anyone of those questions then this episode is especially dedicated to you.
My guest on this episode is Jabari Wright. He is currently a technical recruiter at Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati, OH. We have a three-fold conversation centered around coaching and his experience in developing relationships with coaches. I had the opportunity of coaching him through his job search and writing a resume and we talk about it in this episode.
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|00:53||Defining what is a coach and why they get hired|
|03:43||Coaching relationship in sports and what makes a good and memorable coach|
|08:44||Reasons that makes you not trust a coach|
|10:41||Coaching in our career and job search|
|14:56||The difference in job searching with and without a coach|
|18:00||What was the biggest shift in job searching after being coached in writing the resume|
|22:08||My methodology for helping you write the resume and why I don’t write it for people|
|27:21||Recommendations for getting a career coach|
|30:47||As a recruiter what are the things that make a candidate stand out|
|36:06||The interview process from a recruiter’s point of view|
|42:17||The significance of having a listening ear as a recruiter|
Having a coach can make a difference in your job search and career overall. If after listening or watching, you feel you might benefit from some coaching, I encourage you to reach out. I would love to help you!! Click here to get started.