Job coaching is especially critical in this time of ever-escalating unemployment. Our coach understands that women face unique job-related challenges:
Our job coach Lisa Klionsky also works as a consultant at the University of Michigan’s Ross Business School and is available by appointment to help with the following:
You may call 734.973.6779 and leave your contact information and Lisa will return your call in a week or less.
Lisa Klionsky, B.A., M.A., helps Women’s Center of Southeastern Michigan career coaching clients prepare to find new jobs or seek to return to the workplace after an absence. Her background includes seven years as a communications consultant at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, where she advises students on their career marketing tools such as cover letters and resumes as well as networking and interviewing. Additionally, she has many years of communications experience in academic, nonprofit, and corporate work settings. Lisa employs her listening and analytical skills as well as her resourcefulness, empathy, and creativity to help TWC clients achieve their goals. “My role here is to support and nurture, and gently nudge clients to meet goals, as they pursue a job search, which can be a daunting and emotional journey. When needed, I try to help clients recognize career directions based on their skills and talents that they may not see on their own.”
Our job coaching program is funded by a grant from a family foundation who chooses to remain anonymous and the cabinetry division of Masco Corporation.