Career Coaching Services

You get to work personally with the globally recognized career management authority, and New York Times bestseller Martin Yate CPC. All career coaching service sessions address topics of your choosing, so your time with us is spent addressing solutions rather than defining the issues.

You Need Career Coaching Because:

  • You are being proactive about navigating job, or perhaps, career change
  • You are pursuing professional growth
  • Bad things have happened and you need to get past them

$225 / hr Buy Now

Why Choose Knock Em Dead

If you want the best career coaching services, We are here, ready and able to help you.

I’ve spent my life in career management, helping countless professionals just like you develop practical strategies to achieve on-going success and tactics for rising phoenix-like from the ashes when a career has been sideswiped. I can do the same for you.

When it comes to advice that affects your survival and success, you want someone who has been down these roads before. You want an experienced coach with encyclopedic knowledge and impeccable credentials.

For over 30 years we have been helping professionals in all walks of life navigate their rough patches while learning to anticipate and prevent them in the future.

Our knowledge and credentials are a matter of public record – the world over. More importantly, We am here for you. Whatever your challenges, we can think through them with you and help you devise ways to get past them and move on with your life and career. No matter the severity of the issues troubling you, they aren’t unique, and we’ve almost certainly dealt with them a number of times before.

How our career coaching services work:

Book a reservation with our career experts
Provide your information, resume and details
Discuss options and create a path forward

Once you book a career coaching session, you will receive a confirmation email requesting an outline of your issues and a copy of your resume if available. There may be a couple of email exchanges before you talk to help paint a clear picture of the topics going into the coaching meeting, so that you spend your time together discussing the options, not defining the problems.