Expert, personalized, tactical career coaching that positions you for the job you want.


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Eliot’s guidance helped reignite my confidence, steering me in the right direction so I could feel positive about my next career move. He provided the proper tools for perfecting my resume, interviewing with poise and starting my job feeling prepared to navigate uncomfortable work situations. His availability over email, text and phone made me feel less alone in the process — and it still does, as his coaching doesn’t stop only when you get the offer.
— Ashley, Writer/Editor
Prior to working with Eliot, I had been successful in getting interviews but was struggling to advance beyond them. After working on some key interview details, my confidence improved dramatically, and within a couple of weeks I received a job offer!
— Brian, Data Analyst
Eliot has a wonderful demeanor that de-stressed my 22-year-old son while he navigated the post-college job-hunting enterprise. His pointers about how to present the most authentic and best version of oneself made my son much more confident. I appreciated Eliot’s vast experience: you get advice from someone who has spent decades hiring people.
— Randi, New York City mother
I was struggling through a very difficult career transition until I met Eliot. He took the time to learn my talents and understand the things I’m most passionate about. He has guided me in a new direction and was there to work through opportunities. Together we even gave my confidence a boost. Eliot is a great guy to have in your corner.
— Michael, Digital editor/branded content producer

Eliot is an incredibly talented, natural coach. As a seasoned professional working in the same industry for many years I found the idea of looking for a new job daunting. However, Eliot helped me break down the process step by step and made it seem manageable and achievable. He also has a masterful knack for helping you figure out the big picture — what you really want in a career and how to go about getting it. Not only do I consider him a coach but also a mentor.
— Laura, Chief financial officer/CPA