Career Coaching For Ambitious Perfectionists In Higher Education
I help you move forward in your higher education career without throwing your quality of life out the window.
The people I work with
Ambitious perfectionists in higher education who want to maintain their high standards without throwing their quality of life out the window
Higher education professionals and academics who want to move beyond analysis paralysis and make career decisions that feel right
Mid-career professionals in higher education who want to replace burnout with joy (without making decisions they’ll regret)
Individuals who want to develop their leadership capacity within higher education and prefer to do so with confidential support from someone outside their unit (i.e., a coach!)
Higher education professionals and academics who want to leverage their strengths without being blocked by their indecision, procrastination, and other perfectionist tendencies
Folx in higher education who want to experience a greater sense of meaning in their career
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