Career Coaching is a Two-Way Street

two-way-street-FORD MYERSPeople who are seriously considering engaging the services of a career coach usually ask many questions about what the adviser “will do or should do” in order to make the coaching relationship work for the client. This is certainly reasonable and understandable. However, there are also several “prerequisites” or standards that the client must meet for the engagement to produce optimum results. Unfortunately, these criteria are rarely discussed during the up-front “contracting phase” between career coach and client. 

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Ford Myers

Ford Myers

Ford R. Myers is an award-winning career coach and President of Career Potential, LLC. His firm helps clients take charge of their careers, create the work they love, and earn what they deserve! He's held senior consulting positions at three of the nation’s largest career service firms, and his articles and interviews have appeared in hundreds of magazines, newspapers, television and radio networks. Ford has also conducted presentations at many companies, associations and universities. He is author of the best-seller, Get The Job You Want, Even When No One’s Hiring.

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