Five Ways to Measure your Career Fit If you’re looking for a new suit of clothes, it’s pretty straightforward to determine what fits. Is it your size, a colour you…
Elaine Sigurdson MA, CMC, CMF, PCC
As a career and executive coach and recruitment consultant for over 30 years I have worked with countless individual and corporate clients to help them realize their goals.
As an Executive Coach, I work with high potential leaders preparing for broader responsibility and future progression. As a Career Coach, I’ve helped countless individuals find career direction, land the right job, overcome uncertainty and re-launch their careers with renewed energy and confidence. As a Consultant I have helped organizations hire and promote the right people for key roles.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 905-842-6413.
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In the News
Longtime columnist for the Globe and Mail, Harvey Schacter, had this to say about Elaine in his article, Tips From the Pros on How to Advance Your Career.
“Elaine Sigurdson stresses that the foundation of success is self-awareness. It’s a problem especially for young people making critical career and educational planning choices with no information about themselves or the world of work, and spending thousands of dollars floundering. She suggests it’s an important discipline to routinely ask yourself: Does what I am doing really play into what I’m best at and want to do – or am I being side-tracked by the appeal of the money or the status of the promotion?”
Career Mistakes from 30 Years of Client Experience After almost 30 years listening to client’s experiences on their career journeys it’s clear that there are some things not to do…
Most “boomers” (those between the ages of 53 and 71 in 2017) today are choosing to work up to or even past the traditional age of retirement. Where “early retirement”…