We’ll work together to create a customized program just for you. We have three programs to choose from:
One and Done:
When you just need to tackle one issue, an individual session may be all you need.
For those who want to cover a lot of topics and need just a bit more than one session. This 90-minute power house is ideal when you want to jump start your job search.
The Premium Package:
If you want to create a career strategy and use the Dare to be Deliberate coaching process to achieve your goals, this is the package for you. Four sessions plus a few extras will ensure you are on the road to success.
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.”