EXECUTIVE CAREER COACHES
Jack Chapman and Steve Frederick…both men are in the upper ranks of America’s most respected executive career coaches. — Joyce Lain Kennedy, career Author, syndicated career columnist
We’re passionate about career development and making sure people are well paid.
When we asked clients what they most appreciated about us, they said it was the insight, the 1-on-1 attention–and RESULTS.
One said, “I couldn’t believe that you spent so much time to make sure my resume and LinkedIn profiles were just right.” Good thing, because an employer noticed his LinkedIn profile and decided he was exactly the person needed for the job. Here’s a little about us:
Jack ChapmanJack is a nationally-known pioneer and thought leader in executive career coaching,
He is the author of “Negotiating Your Salary: How to Make $1,000 a Minute,” the national “bible” of salary negotiations. Through salary tele-coaching, he has helped thousands of people to get top compensation.
He has provided the vision and workable action plans to help clients follow an inner calling, leave fields that are no longer satisfying, or stay the course to that next job.
Jack has touched many people beyond his client base through innovative career workshops that both challenge and inspire. He’s been a popular guest on TV and radio shows, and as a facilitator in men’s personal growth groups, has likewise helped men to reach their potential in all aspects of their lives.
Steve FrederickSteve and Jack met at a national career coaching firm. Soon, they fired the boss and started a private practice.
Steve is a committed advocate who helps clients believe in themselves and to reach for high goals. He is a talented writer and popular public speaker who delivers many career workshops and webinars.
His career columns appeared for over a decade in The Pioneer Press and The Daily Herald newspapers, and he continues sharing career advice on the blog on this site.
He has won numerous public speaking awards in Toastmasters International, dnd other awards for his written work.
Besides his private sector work in computer training and career work, he worked in the Wisconsin State Legislature, US Environmental Protection Agency, and the Chicago Area Committee on Occupational Safety and Health.