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Look at our career coaches below. If you
can't decide on one, that's fine. Just ask us for
a free career coaching session and we'll
talk to you about your goals at length and
recommend the coach we think would be right for you.
Our Career Coaches
Wendy Billie, Career Coach
Cameron Powell, Career Coach
Kate McNulty, Career Coach
To view just some of the many powerful tools that
are included at no extra cost in your career
coaching, see our
Strategic Life Planning Process: The Creation
of the Future Self.
I’m Wendy Billie,
career coach with Feroce. As an
in-house coach with a Fortune 500 company, I constantly
work with senior executives on job performance as well
as outplacement -- helping
them to figure out their next career move -- as well
as in helping them reach the next level in their current
I work with clients on all of the following:
• Career tests and evaluations: Before you
start to reinvent yourself, you should find out who you are. I use my own powerful
assessments as well as Feroce's
Life Planning Process, "The Creation of the Future
• Identifying values to enable you to make good career decisions. Is it really a career
transition you want -- or is your life telling you something
• Identifying the hurdles you will face in your career transition. Hot off the presses:
Change is not simple!
• Challenging you, holding you accountable, and
never losing sight of the goal.
I have a master’s degree in Human Resources, which
gives me a great background from which to give
you advice on your c.v., on your negotiating skills, and
on interviewing. I also reinvented
myself a few years ago because I was stuck in my own job. I left a
well-paid career as a traveling
occupational therapist, and I found a coach, read
books, took career tests, and discovered who I was in
terms of my career.
I used my skills and life learning in my own reinvention
process. I am now in a career that fits me and
pays even better than the one I worried about giving up.
Career coaching has been a true passion of mine and a
way to continuously challenge others and reinvent myself
in the process. Read my bio.
I'm Cameron Powell,
founder of Feroce, Head Coach, and career coach.
I am a Coach Guide for Vocation Vacations as well
as several prominent companies. I
coach people through
career transitions, and I've also navigated several careers myself: public speaker,
executive, entrepreneur, and more.
Like all of Feroce's coaches, I have mastered the art of personal
reinvention, and I've kept my personal integrity and work-life
balance, managed my time, and followed an ethic of excellence
and personal fulfillment.
I've created exactly the life and career I want --
and I like to help clients get theirs.
I know from personal experience how we get lost
on the way to finding our dream career, and what prevents many
from ever finding it. Using a
Pioneering Concept in career coaching
that I call Six
Ways of Listening, along with our
Strategic Life Planning Process, "The Creation of
the Future Self", a series of enlightening chapters and self-assessments constructed from our own experience and dozens of
career-oriented resources, I can
lead you to the
breakthroughs that open you up to
greater career success and fulfillment. I'll
Figure out -- and then actually start to find -- a more satisfying and better-paying
career, or start your own business -- or be more
authentic, efficient, and profitable in the career
Make smarter decisions in Life and Work
Get your life and work in balance!
Finish that screenplay, novel, story, or director's
career-oriented bio. Or turn on some nice
music and read the
Kate McNulty coaches individuals and
companies on finding greater satisfaction and creativity.
She uses a wide array of tools from the
behavioral and social sciences, combined with
imaginative thinking and techniques of optimism. Her professional training and business experience
allow her to work in a very focused and efficient
way, cutting to the central issues in people's lives and
helping them get direction in their careers.
Fomenting Real Change
So many people want to
change careers, or find greater satisfaction in their
current work! Work absorbs much of our waking life
and, in North America at least, defines a great deal
about how we are perceived. I have created several
of my own transformations in my social service career,
and I've found myself working in both
and corporate settings.
How can you be successful in career
coaching? Bring a readiness to let go of old dreams and ideas, and be
willing to work together to get a clear picture of your strengths and aptitudes.
We need to consider all
aspects of your life so that work serves your
life, not the other way around!
Career coaching did not exist when I began my work life.
When I came of age, girls could become nurses, teachers, or social workers.
I've been a seamstress, farm worker, supermarket cashier, rape
counselor, baker, and member of a psychiatric hospital staff. In the process of
finding a career path for myself, I have also researched some unusual
ideas, including becoming a floral designer or mortician!
(Career coaching can take you in some interesting and unexpected directions; our
best tool is an open mind!)
I have run successful businesses too. I had a business for ten years teaching people about how to use fine art
rubber stamps in creative media. I was a public speaker and sex educator working with
Becoming self-employed has been a very liberating and creative experience for
me, and one component of my coaching practice involves teaching classes in
entrepreneurship for professionals in service careers and in the creative arts.
Prior to establishing a private practice, I spent
twenty years supervising teams in a psychiatric ER and
various crisis centers. I had many opportunities to observe the human
capacity to cope with change and to navigate difficult
circumstances. I find I am very interested in working
with career coaching clients on the
qualities and habits they can develop to give themselves greater
Read my bio for more.
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