CWP Blog

Another Monday morning and you can’t pull yourself out of bed to get to work? If this is not just an aftermath of the Super Bowl, but a recurring weekly dread, then you owe it to yourself to figure out why your career is not well. Is it your boss? The environment? Your co-workers? The strengths you’re not using? The lack of freedom? All of the above? Maybe you know there is something else you

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“Are you still just consulting?” she asked me. At a networking event. In front of a colleague. In a room of professionals where I belonged. After realizing her blunder, she tried to recover, “Oh, I don’t mean it like ‘JUST consulting,’ and then she mumbled something else that only made her fabulous flub worse. I brushed it off and continued my conversation with my colleague. The comment that would have made me question my professional

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I’m right in the middle. Always have been. Between corporate and oh-so-not. Between business consulting and individual coaching. Between hard facts and intuition. Optimism and realism.  Between progressive and being “too far out there.” It’s a good place to be, now. It wasn’t always. It is exhausting to find the right balance between the need for risk and security, freedom and contentment, leading and supporting. But one day  I realized that “the middle” is an

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career coach Clients come to me because they are thinking of changing careers, are unhappy in their position, or want to grow and develop in their current company. I’m often their first stop for this discussion. In a perfect world, managers everywhere would know how to facilitate career development conversations and employees would be confident that having a real career discussion inside the organization wouldn’t have a negative impact. But we’re not there yet. Who is responsible? Read More