So, what will it cost to hire a Career Coach? What is the investment?
Even if you want help with a career change, you may be concerned about the financial investment. What is it going to cost?
Most teachers I know don’t have a lot of money to throw around on career coaches. I mean, your income is limited to begin with. Some months it’s all you can do to pay the rent or mortgage. And you also need to keep food on the table and gas in the car.
I get it. I have been there. Heck, I still don’t have a lot of money to be throwing around on things I don’t perceive to have a lot of value!
But I urge you to think of coaching as a tremendous value for yourself. Think of it as investing in both yourself and your future.
When you think of it that way, it is no longer a luxury. It becomes a necessity.
Consider this for a moment. If you were going back to school, you would expect to pay for tuition, right?
So, why wouldn’t you consider career coaching an investment in the same way?
Career Coaching is an investment in your future!
When making a major change in your career, you need help. You shouldn’t leave anything to chance.
Unfortunately, Many people try to do it alone. As a result, they act on old, f-date, or even just plain WRONG information. You can’t afford to make mistakes in this area. It will cost you more money than coaching would!
The truth is that there is a lot that goes into any job search. And believe it, or not, the first step to your next job search is NOT writing your resume right away.
But you are looking at this page to learn about prices, aren’t you? More importantly, you are looking for good value for your investment.
The bottom line is that the pricing schedule for every individual varies. Every client needs a customized approach that meets their needs.
The Starter Program, for example, starts at less than $200.
Some people need more help, however. Those programs and packages that are priced from $497 to $1997.
And each of the more expensive programs/packages include payment plans. You can be paying for your program while you work through it. It takes the average individual four months to get full value from their program.
Given that the average job search takes from four to nine months, a payment can make sense.
Note that her experience is not necessarily typical.
I hope this information answers most of your questions about what it costs to hire a coach. For more information and to determine if I have a program that will work for you, let’s talk. Make an appointment by using this calendar link: http://kittyatcareermakeover.coachesconsole.com/calendar.
You can sign up for a 20-minute Discovery Session. That session is complimentary and requires no obligation to buy anything.
And would it help to know that every program has a money back guarantee of some sort?
If you are looking at this page, you are ready for a career change. Let’s make it happen.
I would love to help you if I can.
Check out my other case studies. Read about my background on the About Page. I have been at this work long enough that I have learned what works.