Transform Your Life  with The Career Value Framework

It's time to turn your career dream into a dream career.


Let's work together so you can achieve greater freedom, greater meaning and purpose, and the ability to sustain your career for as long as you want to continue working.

Carer Growth is Personal Growth

You've already done a lot of the preliminary mindset work and personal development work necessary to put this plan into place. 

Adopt a positive mindset

You're aware of your own limiting beliefs and how to reframe them. You also have an emerging sense of what your value proposition is, and how you're going to synthesize the work that you've done to date and focus it in a more concerted way.

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Finally, you understand the value of your network, and have at least taken some of the preliminary steps to identify your personal "board of directors," and partition your contact list into the the levels of my "career relationship funnel."

Master the Three Key Components of Your Job & Career Plan:

1.Clarify Your Value Proposition

Define the most useful work that you do best and love doing. Craft the persuasive message that describes the results you deliver to prospective employers, clients, or customers.

2. Activate Your Network

Renew your existing connections and make new connections. Create a referral network that can help connect you to the right jobs, the right connections, and the right resources. Your network will do your marketing for you!

3. Design Your Thought Leadership Strategy

Your target employers, clients, or customers need to know who you are and what you stand for. Build their trust by engaging with others on LinkedIn, on social media, and via industry organizations and events. Your reputation as an expert and a resource will bring more opportunities to you.

Here's What You'll Be Able To Do After Completing This Program

Confidently share what you do, why you do it, and the value you deliver.

Never feel awkward or self-conscious about answering the question: "So, what do you do?' or "Tell me about yourself."

Make a strong and positive impression in every job interview, informational interview, or "elevator pitch."

Always have something to say or a smart question to ask when you meet a new contact, or attend an industry event.

Effectively on-board onto any new job or consulting gig because you know what you do and what you deliver.

Perhaps most importantly: you will have a career plan that extends out over the next 5, even 10 years, with the ability to discern whether every opportunity, offer, or decision is "for you" or "not for you."

Always know that whatever you do or wherever you are, you're going to be on track to achieve your goals and live and work the way you want to.

The LinkedIn Component

Your LinkedIn profile is an amazing marketing and branding platform to distinguish yourself and demonstrate how you stand out from others in your field. An effective LinkedIn profile:
  • Helps recruiters determine if you are a good fit for the positions they're trying to fill,
  • Helps your existing connections and colleagues better understand what you stand for and how they can share your profile and support your career goals,
  • Helps frame and define the key value proposition that you offer through the work that you do, and clarifies the most important and useful skills and abilities that you offer and can provide.
The most important success factor of your revised profile will be your willingness to "niche down" and focus your career direction on a specific set of valuable and useful solutions that you deliver to your employer, client, or customer.

Your skills, abilities, and accomplishments are all great, but your target connection needs to know what you are best at actually delivering. 
In revising, updating, and optimizing your LinkedIn profile, we will accomplish the following:
  1. Turn your Headline section into a strong and engaging portfolio statement that reflects the roles you perform in your work, as well as the important distinguishing qualities of your experience and skills. Your Headline should be the "hook" that catches the reader's attention and makes them want to read more of your profile.
  2. Make your About section an eloquent expression of who you are, not simply what you do. People want to know what kind of person you are behind your skills and experience. The About section is your opportunity to share why you do what you do. Using a proven framework for the About section, along with helpful examples of successful profiles that follow this formula, we will turn your About section into a compelling statement that captures the unique aspects of your personality as well as your business ability.
  3. Update your Experience section to include the key bullet points from each of your positions. These include:
    • The skills that you used and learned,
    • The people you reported to and the nature of your reporting relationship,
    • The clients, vendors, or customers that you interacted with and the successes you achieved, including metrics and ROI, if/where applicable,
    • Other significant achievements and/or takeaways from each position.
Further, if you have been uncomfortable pitching yourself or talking about your accomplishments in the past, revising your profile will eliminate that discomfort or fear. Everything will now be laid out in terms that you have thought through and can stand behind.

The Networking Component

In today's fast-paced and constantly-changing professional environment, networking is the most effective way of building a sustainable career. While applying to open positions is a time-worn tactic, networking is a long-term strategy. With up to 80% of open positions filled through referrals, not through resume applications, your primary job search goal is to be one of the people personally referred to the hiring manager you want to work for.

This framework encourages you to adopt an attitude of giving to your network. Engaging in this manner will help ensure that you are perceived as a generous and informed resource, not as a "taker" who is only interested in getting help from others.

Our coaching will help you set up the two main aspects of your networking and engagement practice:

To activate and build your network, you will:
  1. Organize and categorize your existing connections into three different groups.
  2. Create a target list of 2nd level connections based on your goals.
  3. Set up a tracking spreadsheet to set goals and monitor engagement for your current (and future) priority contacts.
  4. Create one or more customized networking campaigns to research companies, target new connections, and generally become more educated and aware of what is going on in your field.
  5. Create a series of message templates to use when conducting outreach to new connections.

The Thought Leadership Component

Thought leadership is about standing up for what you stand for. You will design your thought leadership practice to only focus on the most important issues in your field from your point of view.

Actively participating in conversations and information exchange about key industry topics and issues is an important way to build relationships and turn simple contacts into colleagues and advocates for the value proposition that you represent.

We will work together to make sure that the 3 - 5 topics that you choose are relevant and important, and cover the primary problem/solution areas that your value proposition addresses. In so doing, you will always be "on message," and present a consistent presence that everyone in your network will understand.

We will also work to decide which online platforms and other organizations will best serve this agenda - and how often and in what ways you will contribute your ideas, insights, and prescriptions.

The main steps you will take are:
  1. Develop content criteria for the topics or categories you will engage in - and the consistent attitude or persona you will adopt in your communications,
  2. Research, join, and engage with LinkedIn Groups that relate to your profession,
  3. Establish and subscribe to information sources (Google Alerts, trade and industry press, Research firms, consulting firms, Academia newsletters),
  4. Create a weekly routine to check in with your Groups, follow people of note in your field, and post articles, events, or other pieces of relevant information,
  5. Identify and connect with professional organizations in your field where you can make contributions, join groups, plan activities, and generally participate as a community leader.
  6. (OPTIONAL) Review software posting tools, queuing software, spreadsheets, to-do apps, or note-taking apps to help you more efficiently track, collate, queue, and post your thought leadership information.

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These 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced the teacher/ instructor, so they should focus on how great the course teacher is and why they are worth trusting.

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These 3 testimonials are just after you’ve introduced the teacher/ instructor, so they should focus on how great the course teacher is and why they are worth trusting.

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This section is not required, but it is common on Sales Pages for online courses, especially if they are highly priced.

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These 3 testimonials should focus on why past customers found that your course was absolutely the right decision. Remember, your visitors are looking for reasons not to buy after they see the price, so include some testimonials here that alleviate that anxiety.

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