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Career coaching sessions can help you get unstuck in your career. You can explore your options, discuss your concerns and get practical tips and ideas for your next career move.
We can design a package that meets your needs or work together on a session-by-session basis.

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Are you tired of your job but think you don’t need a huge change, just a smaller pivot? We can examine what you don’t like about your work and identify strategies for improving it. This is a great option if you don’t want to or can’t leave your job.

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If you’re job hunting and not getting any calls, or you’re getting interviews but no offers, you may need to change your strategy or update your documents.
We can take a look at your job hunt together and strategize.

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  • Schedule a 20-minute free consultation to discuss your job search goals and challenges. Get to know me, ask any questions you have. (I promise not to haunt you with unwanted marketing emails after we talk, mostly because I just don’t have time for that nonsense, and neither do you.)


  • If you’d like a quote for resume or LinkedIn writing services, email me your document or LinkedIn URL. I’ll send you a quote and description of any work I recommend.


  • If you decide to hire me, we schedule a time to talk for an hour about how great you are! No, really. We talk about strengths, talents and goals, and then I incorporate those in a shiny new document for you. If you’re looking for a coach to tell you all the things you’re doing wrong in your career, I’m not the coach for you.


  • If your job hunt strategy could use some tweaking, we can schedule coaching appointments as needed to make sure you’re doing a targeted search that matches your goals and strengths. Topics include mock interviews, job hunt strategy and research, and staying organized and motivated.


  • You’re hired! But you don’t have to stop working with me. I’m trained to help with transitions, and starting a new job is a big one. I often work with clients to help them shift to a new work culture, with a new boss and sometimes steep learning curve. I’m in your corner!


Here’s what some past clients have to say

“Meredith was an amazing resource and someone I’ve already recommended to many friends and co-workers. She really listened to me, asked me thought-provoking questions, and quickly got me to focus on the heart of the issues. After having talked to family, friends and co-workers already, I still needed some help clarifying my goals, values, ambitions and needs. She helped me immediately make my work life better (in my current job) through understanding how to increase my energy and sense of fulfillment, while also helping me clarify what I wanted my next challenge to look like. Meredith was easy to talk to, even over the phone from across the country, and provided interesting articles, resources and exercises between appointments. I looked forward to my time talking with her and will definitely lean on her again as I progress in my career.”

Cal Bouchard, VP of Digital Commerce

“I really liked working with Meredith. The relaxed atmosphere of her office put me at ease. We exchanged a few emails, phone calls, and had a great in-person meeting. Her knowledge and expertise helped me feel confident and motivated to pursue a job. After our meeting, I jumped right into researching what to do next. Meredith empowered me to go after a job!”

Amy, job hunter, now back to work after a hiatus

Meredith is fantastic!  When I decided to return to my career after five-years of staying at home, a lot had changed in terms of what I was seeking and how the job market moved.  Meredith provided up-to-date resources, valuable guidance, and creative ideas that helped me find my direction and navigate the job search process.  In addition, throughout the process she provide the support and encouragement I needed to “think outside the box”.  I would highly recommend her services to anyone looking to re-enter or advance their careers.”

Heidi, Legal Counsel


For me, deadline days were the toughest. I was working as a weekly newspaper editor and I dreaded starting my day at 10 a.m. and finishing 12 hours later. I started to feel sick that day, and I suspected I had carpal tunnel. I could see burnout down the road, and what scared me the most was that I could see a future in which I had no energy to job hunt or change careers. I felt trapped. But I got help from a career coach. Now, I like Tuesdays again.

What day is your worst? Is it Mondays, with an endless meeting to kick off the week? Is it actually Friday, when you are trying to get out the door to get home for dinner with your family and people keep hitting you with last minute requests? Or does your job feel like an undertow, carrying you further from shore, further from where you thought your career would carry you, even though on paper you feel like you are right where you should be.

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