There is a lot of change happening in the workplace. And fast.
Rumors of a layoff might be swirling. Or a merger with a larger company is imminent. Or you have a client that is at the top of their game career-wise, but they feel stuck.
Change is scary.
But with outside forces pressing in all the time, why you someone even consider upending your entire life voluntarily? It’s just easier to put your head down and put in the time in the job you already have.
Until it’s not.
It’s time to disrupt.
As a coach, you want to lead your clients through these inflection points of their careers. But you’re not sure where to start. Change is unpredictable, so how can you confidently guide someone through it? Especially when your client is looking for a trusted guide at a vulnerable time in their career?
I understand why you might not know where to begin. I’ve studied disruptive innovation as it relates to investing for years. There is a pattern. And that pattern can be applied to the trajectory of a career as much as the trajectory of a company.
I’ve coached hundreds of people through their career transitions - from C-suite executives at large corporations to new college graduates - and I’ve developed a process that will allow you to coach anyone through times of upheaval and transition. Whether they’ve lost their job, just gone through a merger, or are looking to reinvent their career but don’t know where to begin.
If you’re a coach working with clients, the tools and concepts in this course will allow you to coach with confidence, help your clients parachute to their next great opportunity and give you the framework you need to become a trusted advisor.
And if you’re not a coach, but want to coach yourself through your next job transition, you’ll find the tools you need here. Most importantly, all students get access to my two proprietary diagnostics. The first will help you determine if it’s the best time to disrupt, and the second will help you determine what strengths you lean into when managing change.
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I think, write, speak and try to live all things disruption. I'm a Thinkers50 honoree, one of the original cohort of 15 for Marshall Goldsmith's #100 Coaches Program, and I write on disruption and leadership for LinkedIn, Harvard Business Review and Forbes.
I've learned that when it comes to disruption,
if it's SCARY and LONELY,
you're probably on the right track.
On completion of this course, you will:
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