Are you ready to take your career from Meh to Meaningful?
You’ve seen them. You’ve met them. Maybe you’ve envied them: Professionals who have jobs they love. Live “with intention.” Pursue their highest calling. Earn great salaries. Continually level up, generate results, get promoted. And gasp, they even have personal lives! Wow, you think—they’re so lucky.
But they didn’t get there accidentally. No—to the contrary.
Step by step, they got crystal clear on who they are, what they want, what they value, and what they’re best at doing. They sought external support—because they knew they couldn’t do it all alone. And then they deliberately found and forged opportunities to bring their highest passions, purposes, and proficiencies to life.
You can be one of the “lucky” ones, too.
Meet Angee Linsey. The award-winning communications recruiter and career coach who wrote the book on becoming deliberate in your career.
As a former communications professional herself, Angee deeply understands this field. As a recruiter, she knows exactly what organizations seek in their PR, comms, and marketing roles. And as your coach, she helps you discover how to intentionally live into YOUR career aspirations.
She’ll be your no-nonsense, wise guide on your journey from “meh” to meaningful.
Hi, I’m Angee Linsey.
You landed on this page for a reason. Maybe you’re feeling stuck in your career. Maybe you are looking for strategies to show your boss you’re ready for that promotion. Or you might be in job search and want to stand out and land the job of your dreams.
I’m here to help.
Like her book of the same title, Angee Linsey’s Dare To Be Deliberate approach to career coaching empowers positive, motivated professionals like you to manage your career with intention – and accelerate your rise to the next level.
If you’re in job search or looking to scratch that entrepreneurial itch and go out on your own, Angee has a process that will take you step-by-step to help you create your career vision and then make it real.
If you are happy with your current situation, but are looking to level up your career, get a raise or promotion, or set yourself up for a future stretch assignment, Angee will work with you to create a strategy for success including how to have those important career conversations with your boss.
Having been a recruiter and career coach for more than 20 years, she’s helped thousands of people achieve their career goals – from early career to executive level leaders.
Hiring a career coach helps you get a clear action plan for achieving your goals. Are you ready to invest in yourself?
Hear from our Coaching Clients:
University of Washington CommLead program - Seattle, WAStudent
“I am amazed to look back on the progress I have made both personally and professionally since our first meeting. There is a quote from Brené Brown
in her book Braving the Wilderness that I thought of yesterday after our last session. "Never underestimate the power of being seen." Thank you for seeing me, believing in me and coaching me. It has made a world of difference in my life and I hope you know how much I appreciate it (and you). You really have a gift!”
Google - San Francisco, CACommunications Leader
“Angee helped me develop a personal branding strategy that was better aligned with my experience and who I am. It was electrifying. I directly attribute my career success to this work.”
Freeman Company - Dallas, TXSVP Global Communications
“Angee is a consummate entrepreneur who is fearless, insightful, curious and authentic. Every conversation she has with people shows she wants that person to be successful professionally, and in life.”
University of Washington - Seattle, WACreative Director
“The workshop was the perfect opportunity to look more closely at my career. I left with more clarity about myself and a renewed sense of purpose that I really needed.”
Weber Shandwick - Saudi ArabiaCommunications Agency Leader
“I loved Angee’s thoughts on being more deliberate in my career. She really helped me get to the strategic thinking about where I want to be in five years, and how to get there.”