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Free Resources

Here at Talent Career Coaching we believe education, empowerment, and support are key to people achieving their goals. This page is designed to provide free resources to help you on your career journey!


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Our career coaches regularly guest speak on webinars, blogs, and podcasts. Check out all of our features here!


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Our blog is your one-stop source for weekly posts designed to help you grow your career. Our expert team of career coaches shares their insights and experience on a variety of career-related topics, ranging from job search strategies to workplace dynamics and everything in between. 

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Not Your Average Resume Tips

Create A Resume That "WOWS" At First Glance! This workbook contains 7 tips to make your resume stand out from the competition. These are not your typical resume tips! These are tips you only find from someone who trained recruiters and has reviewed hundreds of resumes.

Cover Letter Basics

Write A Cover Letter That Captivates Your Reader! This workbook contains a step-by-step guide you can use to start writing your cover letter today! This guide not only provides the structure for your cover letter but 5 tips to ensure your cover letter is set up for success!

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Make The Most Of Your LinkedIn Profile

Your LinkedIn profile is your virtual storefront that showcases your skills, experience, and expertise. To make sure you stand out from the competition, you need to create impactful content that shows your audience what you're all about. With our workbook, you'll learn how to craft posts that educate, inspire or surprise your viewers, and ultimately help you take your career to the next level.

My First Year In A Role

Have You Recently Started A New Role? This one-page guide will help answer the common question, "Am I progressing like I should?" Let's be honest starting a new role is hard! There are new people to meet, lots of information to take in, and you are striving to be a great teammate. Let's take the questions away and give you clear answers on areas to focus on as you progress through your first year in your new role.

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