Thank you for visiting The Youth Career Coach Inc. website and considering our services. We are passionate about talent development and believe in the art of transferable skills. We believe that no matter what industry you or your students may be in or what degrees you or your students may have the principles of networking, branding, communication and job search are transferable and fundamentally the same. Yes, there may be certain nuances and cultural differences, but the underlining principles are the same.
Whether we can serve you by conducting a workshop, designing a curriculum, consulting, recruiting, or conducting market research, Natascha would be excited to help.
See below for the scope of services, inquire if you or your organization needs something specific and it's not listed below.
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The YCC Inc. adopted the International Coach Federation’s definition of coaching quoted in part which is as follows:
Professional Coaching is an ongoing professional relationship that helps people produce extraordinary results in the individual lives, careers, businesses or organizations. Through the process of coaching, clients deepen their learning, improve their performance, and enhance their quality of life.
In each meeting, the client chooses the focus of conversation, while the coach listens and contributes observations and questions. This interaction creates clarity and moves the client into action. Coaching accelerates the client’s progress by providing greater focus and awareness of choice. Coaching concentrates on where clients are now and what they are willing to do to get where they want to be in the future. Coaches recognize that results are a matter
ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.
Coaching students and young adults on how to start,