(As my personal Career Coach) Greg helped me understand where my strengths are and, through his unique program, helped me to see how to communicate those strengths to a broad group of people, which has helped me in the interview process. Everything Greg worked with me on was focused on how the message would come across in an interview. He helped me find clarity around my strengths and my message; and worked with me to develop a strategic plan which has included my Vision, Mission and Purpose. For anyone in Career Transition, I would highly recommend Greg as a coach to help you with the perfect job and perfect career.
Making the decision about what college I would attend was pretty much settled by Christmas of my senior year. The choice of a major was much more difficult. I ultimately went to Penn State declaring Biology as my major. Through my first freshman semester, I felt anxiety and lots of trepidation about my choice. I was getting good grades, but really wasn’t happy. Over Christmas break, I took Mr. Emslie’s program. His assessments and coaching pointed me toward business. He helped me see what some of those careers might look like. It was like a weight was lifted off my chest. The program helped me uncover where my strengths and abilities lie. I’m now back at Penn State and taking classes that I like and look forward to and will count towards my major.
Greg is an outstanding Coach Executive for anyone who is looking for a career change or improvement in their current job perspectives, improvement in networking skills, resume writing, corporate culture understanding, self improvement. Greg is also a superb motivator. Greg not only possesses an above average coaching skill, but he also had the corporate experience. Greg is direct, candid and a great communicator. If you need help in your career, I don´t know who else to recommend.
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