Small Group Career Coaching Improves Professional Success

Salt Lake City, UT (PressExposure) January 31, 2012 -- Career Expert Assists Professionals with Career Transitions by Identifying What Works Well in Their Careers

Ever wondered what other professionals were doing to manage their careers? Ever wanted to know how an expert career coach can help individuals change their thinking--and their professional practice? Career Strategies for Today and Tomorrow provides these strategies through group coaching. Led by career expert Mary Cosgrove of What's Working Well, LLC, this program changes the way professionals think about career strategy, professional direction, and empowering their lives.

The key to the group coaching program is that each participant receives sufficient instruction to then coach their group co-members. By limiting the group to 10 participants, the trust level rises, and every person commits to helping every other person in the group long-term. Executives reach out to younger professionals, and those newly in their careers provide fresh points of view for seasoned leaders, making the give-and-take an essential characteristic of the program.

Says Mary Cosgrove, "I've been blown away at the impact group coaching has on participants. From a coaching perspective, the energy level is amazing. Everyone has different perspectives and insight. Learning how to be authentic and discover your truth in a safe place has accelerated participants to new levels." The empowerment professionals acquire from the continual group coaching process refocuses them from crisis management to strategies that serve their overarching career goals.

The next Career Strategies for Today and Tomorrow program begins on February 2, 2012 and runs for 5 consecutive sessions, with a follow-up sixth session a month later:

Week 1: Introduction: Career strategies and phases, self assessments through writing exercises.

Week 2: Expertise: Self-assessments, motivators, and vision. In-class presentations begin.

Week 3: Claiming strength: Researching the world of possibility.

Week 4: Find-ability: Reclaiming your authentic image by marketing YOU.

Week 5: Putting it all together action plans and in-class presentations.

Week 6: Following up and catching up.

Each participant also engages in a one-on-one debriefing with Mary Cosgrove.

What's Working Well, LLC®, founded in 2001, uses time-tested tools and methods to create work that works. By promoting the principle that something is working in every career situation, and through co-exploration, the company helps individuals to amplify their strengths to create energetic and powerful careers.

For more information on this group coaching program or to schedule an interview with Mary Cosgrove, please call Amy L. Adler at (801) 810-5627 or email

About What's Working Well, LLC

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Press Release Submitted On: January 30, 2012 at 5:59 pm
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