Posts Tagged ‘Career coaching’

Self-coaching first step

Self-coaching first step

PocketConfidant is a self-coaching technology that works by email. Here is a video about what students say about it 😎. Registration / Sign up When you register on the signup form you select the type of challenge you are facing, you then personalize your challenge by explaining your issue with a few more details, and […]

The gap: moving from A to B, self-coaching tips and tools

The gap: moving from A to B, self-coaching tips and tools

Students today find themselves navigating many different types of challenges in their personal, academic, and, if now looking for a job, their professional life. Talking with students recently prompted this article to support them as the road they are traveling is both unfamiliar and unknown to all of us – the impact of Covid19, economic […]

How to differentiate myself? Self-coaching tips and tools.

How to differentiate myself? Self-coaching tips and tools.

How can I differentiate myself from others? As students apply for internships as part of their university courses, or, having graduated apply for jobs, a question that is frequently asked: “how can I differentiate myself? How can I be sufficiently different from another candidate so that I am the one who will be picked?” Or, […]

Coaching And Critical Thinking: The Links

Coaching And Critical Thinking: The Links

An article written with Dr Roy van den Brink-Budgen, Director at if…then ltd. This article is about Critical Thinking and Coaching. As PocketConfidant AI strives to build a technology to help individuals and organizations develop self-reflective skills, it seemed important for us to look at existing research and hear from a subject-matter expert to identify […]