Career Coaching Services


  “Work is not, primarily a thing one does to live, but the thing one lives to do. It is, or it should be, the full expression of the workers faculties, the thing in which he finds spiritual, mental, an bodily satisfaction, and the way in which he or she offers themselves to God.” Dorothy Sayers

Our approach to career coaching is different than most in that we begin by taking the broader view of work. What is work and what is its purpose in our lives? What meaning does work have for us as an individual and how can we grow through our work.

Where do our talents come from and how do they shape our work and how does our work shape us? Perhaps most important is how do we achieve feelings of fulfillment and success in the workplace without compromising our values and beliefs?

Thinking about these questions and the answers is the beginning of career success and fulfillment.

Discovering Your Strengths

The first step in developing a comprehensive understanding of your career is to understand your strengths as a person. The simple definition of a strength is an activity which when you do it, it makes you feel strong. When you discover your strengths you are learning why you where put on this earth. It’s what makes you come alive.


What should I do with my life? Don’t ask yourself what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you come alive, and then go do that, because what the world needs are people who have come alive.” John Eldredge


How we Work

So how do you find out your niche – the job that is a good fit for your personality, temperament and strength? The first step is in knowing yourself. This self knowledge will lay the foundation for the next steps in the process of career exploration. There are many necessary elements to making an effective career decision which include self-knowledge, as well as an understanding of the economy, labor markets and employment practices.

Once you have more personal insight, it’s time to look at specific jobs and industries. The next step is to research options which will provide more clarity about those jobs. Once you know yourself more completely and your available options, you can begin to make an informed decision about your career goals.


The Purpose of Career Assessments

To facilitate your understanding of self and to encourage conversations about that self and the type of work you were made for and to better understand your strengths and weaknesses. Additionally, assessments can suggest several specific areas for further exploration.


Hayden Consulting





11676 Perry Highway

Wexford, PA 15090






 Hayden Consulting - 239-494-4949
26171 Grand Prix Drive
Bonita Springs FL 34135