Attention:  Executives Who Hate To Job Search

Are You Feeling Stuck At Your Job... 

Uninspired And Ready For A Change?

Discover "Your Career ReImagined
A Group Career & Mastermind Coaching Program For Executives
Ready to Transform Their Career:  7 -Week Intensive

How Our Coaching Program Works:

There Are Many Distinct Benefits To The Group Coaching Learning Model, Including:

Led by experienced recruiter Liz Capants (, and Alan Samuel Cohen, professional executive and career coach (, with over 30 years combined experience in career coaching, human resources and recruiting, this program is intended to create momentum in the job search process in a dynamic group setting.


Job search can be a lonely endeavor. There’s something about being part of a group of like-minded people that motivates and inspires, allowing the members to take bigger risks and keep their commitments. 


In addition to the experience of the facilitators Liz and Alan, your fellow group will share their experience, and lessons, and resources, in a powerful group experience.


Participating in a coaching group is an excellent way for you to expand your network and develop valuable, lasting relationships.


When people belong to a coaching group, they are able to satisfy their desire to make a difference and be of service to others.


The more fun and enjoyable a coaching program is, the more you will get from it. So we aim to bring on the fun, while getting the job done!


Just call-in at the designated time and participate in the live videoconference (or phone in)


In addition to the weekly calls, you will be part of a private Facebook community, and receive weekly worksheets, tools and resources.

Your Career ReImagined   
For Executives Who Hate To Job Search

An Intensive 7-Week Group Coaching and Mastermind Program
(Conducted Via Teleseminar Format) that will Get You On the
Career Path You Deserve!

Module 1:  Taking Control of Your Career
  • Introduction -- Alan & Liz
  • ​What stage are you at your job search?  How do you figure out where to start?
  • New Beginnings - get out of your comfort zone and take risks.  
    • Assess your professional career environment – be specific about
      what you want to do.
      • Types of transitions -- are you in between jobs?  Are you in a position and looking to change careers?
        • New beginnings -- get out of your comfort zone and take risks
          • Motivation -- your mindset -- energy level -- you're not in this alone.

Module 2:  Career Transition Roadmap
  • Why are you always in interview mode -- through everyday actions, ideas, emails.
  • ​Vision -- know your destination -- you must know where you want to be, before you can start mapping the way.
  • Know your destination -- you must know where you want to be, before you start mapping the way. 
    • Set goals and have a strategy in place.
      • Fill in the gaps in your resume, if you have been out of work for a period of time -- volunteer work / consulting / pro-bono work to show you have remained active.

Module 3 - Building Your Brand
  • Creating a Resume -- Resume formats -- chronological vs. functional.
  • Effective words to use in your resume.
  • Creating a cover letter & job search plan.
  • Video
  • Utilizing social media -- FB, LinkedIn, Twitter
  • Start blogging
  • Compile reference list -- coach your reference on what skills to highlight.

Module 4 - Career Exploration
  • Researching companies geographically, size of organization, types of industries, and job titles.
  • Cast a wide net -- leverage your existing network / Join networking groups specific to the industry you're targeting / as for referral / realize any time you spend with others you have the potential to network.
  • Warming up the cold call to prospective employers
  • Hunting for headhunters -- how to work with recruiters.
  • Job Boards vs. Social Media Sites

Module 5 - Guidelines for the Interview
  • Types of interviews -- initial screening / behaviour-based / case interview / panel interview / video or Skype interview
  • Preparing for the interview
  • Conducting the interview
  • Non-verbal communication
  • Types of interview questions

Module 6 - Interview Follow-up
  • Interview follow up letter / the waiting
  • Negotiating salary / closing
  • Negotiating the total compensation package / Closing the deal
  • Handling multiple offers
  • Being resilient during rejection
Module 7 - Transition
  • Develop an entry strategy, your first 90 days on the new job
  • How to keep networking after you start your job / organize database of contacts to stay in touch
  • Close out your search -- notify other organizations
  • Understand the culture of your new employer.
  • Align and recommunicate expectations

Meet Your Coaches

About Your Coach - Alan

For the past 10 years, Alan has worked as a career coach, working with executives and entrepreneurs around the world. With his unique background in public relations as well as coaching, he is able to facilitate transformative moments of leadership within organizations, and to help individuals to play a bigger and more authentic game at work and in life.

Working with Alan, executives in transition have landed new jobs, become more effective, and report that they are more connected to their lives and goals, resulting in greater performance and highly improved business results.

Prior to starting his own coaching business, Alan served in many valuable roles in corporate public relations. He served as the Director of Communications for The Broadway League, the national trade association for the commercial theatre industry, presenter of the Tony Awards and was Vice President of Talent Acquisition for MWW Public Relations. Alan served as Scholastic Inc.’s Director of Publicity that led the publicity team promoting the acclaimed Harry Potter book series—and then moved to Director of Corporate Training and Development for Scholastic, where he established and supervised the company’s management training curriculum. As Vice President at Serino Coyne and Rogers and Cowan, Alan supervised public relations and cultural sponsorship activities. As Vice President for Robinson Lehrer Montgomery, he led consumer publicity campaigns for United Airlines, AOL’s “Find A Job” service and AOL’s Small Business and Life Management programs.

As an executive coach, Alan has worked with companies including MetLife, OnDeck, Edelman Public Relations, Bloomberg Philanthropies, and non-profit organizations including the Child Defense Fund and The Broadway League.

Alan holds a BA in English and Theatre from Connecticut College, and an MBA from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business, with a focus on leadership development. He is an accredited member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and is one of only 2,200 Professional Certified Coaches in the world. He was a trainer for The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), and is certified in the Energy Leadership Assessment Tool and the Myers-Briggs assessment.

Alan is the author of Those Difficult Talks for PR Pros: How Best to Say What Needs to be Said to Clients, Colleagues and Employees, and the upcoming, “The Connection Challenge: 52 Weeks to Create Power and Possibility in your Life and the World."

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About Your Coach - Liz

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Do You Know You Are Meant For Something Bigger, But Not Sure
Where To Start?

Then this career group mastermind is for you!

Module held on Tuesday evenings,
7 -8:15 pm EST

SCHEDULE (8-Weeks)

All calls will be recorded, although encouraged not to miss any! Each Module is 75 minutes long.


Receive weekly worksheets,
tools and resources.



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