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One who looks outside, dreams. One who looks inside, awakens.

- Carl Jung


Career Coaching by Rob Henderson

There are pivotal points in careers when individuals reconsider, reevaluate, transition and/or reengage with their profession. Sometimes this is precipitated by burnout, workplace changes, personal stressors, and need for balance. In other situations it is inspired by a desire for more energy, excitement, meaning and purpose. Regardless of what drives the need for exploration, these are moments of exponential growth and opportunity, and can make a significant difference in the trajectory of one's life and career. However, as these times can also be stressful, confusing and anxiety provoking, it helps to have a guide to walkthrough the possibilities with. At these points, a coach focusing on your career, with knowledge of motivation, psychology, workplace dynamics, and organizational structure can help guide you through the process. Engaging with a coach can lead to insight, tools, and support through transitions. 

Rob's coaching approach utilizes the latest findings in neuroscience, mindfulness, positive psychology, and behavioral science. He applies a patient and compassionate approach to move through the most challenging issues facing his clients. Rob enjoys working with people at all levels of organization, from the C-suite to frontline. He has coached individuals from non-profits, governments, and multinational corporations across industries and with diverse workplace cultures.


Rob has immense respect for the uniqueness of each person and their own individual process. He walks with his clients through their growth process. In his coaching approach, he helps guide clients to align their career goals with their desire for growth and focus their motivation into insight and action. 

Email Rob to set up a free 15 minute consultation or to schedule an appointment.

areas i can help with:


  • burnout

  • strategy

  • engagement

  • career growth

  • conflict

  • confidence

  • detachment

  • anger

  • decreased energy

  • executive planning

  • decision making

  • strategic planning

  • executive presence

  • culture

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