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Hyacinth Kirnon

Hyacinth Kirnon

  • Career Coach
  • Life Coach
  • Wellness Coach

A Personal Note from Hyacinth

Assess – Listen and identify issues, evaluate the options, define goals, and propose solutions. Gather the information, analysis and determine an action plan . Examples of related purposes are finding a new job, transitioning to a new career, and performing well at a job interview. Whether you’re looking for your first job, changing careers or you want to re-enter the workforce after an extended absence, a career coach can provide the help needed to make that happen. Working one-on-one with the individual helps rebuild their career. The coach can help you to set your goals, provide guidance, feedback, and be the accountability partner in the process.

Design – Assess and develop the content to determine a strategy of the outcome. Provide data and materials to assist in accomplishing goals.

Implement – Start implementing the ideas you have created, how to find that job or how to begin living a healthy lifestyle.

Evaluate – based on criteria established in the assessment phase.

Overall, a career coach can help with career transitioning, Career assessments Career management planning, Job searches, Resume/cover letter/LinkedIn Profile development, Promotions, new jobs, and first jobs, Executive planning, Interview preparation, Dressing for success, Professional branding, Salary negotiations, Job onboarding and Career Change.Why is it important to make those changes?

It is essential to make those changes because I will be helping individuals to live better lives. Changing careers can increase one’s standard of living and adapt to a better and healthy life enables one to live longer and have a healthy lifestyle.

Other reasons why it is essential to make changes:

  • Security – Job security, financial security, peace of mind, control stress
  • Status – Power/Prestige
  • Self-esteem – the ability to make improvements or the accomplishment of fulfilling a goal
  • Opportunity – to improve, to grow, and become more capable.
  • Recognition and respect from others after a job well done.
  • Making a difference – the joy of completing a task
  • Competitiveness – you have to feel that you are gaining ground and winning every time.

How do they get started?

Once an individual has done an initial assessment, and fully understands the process, and decides to utilize the coach an agreement would be draft outlining the timeframe. Once all the consent is in place, then the tools to enable them to get started would be sent. As a coach, one has to get to know a person before they can give help or assistance. In the getting started area, gathering information and determining how to be a coach can be helpful or either a coach can be a good fit in helping to fulfill the requirements.


About Hyacinth

I was inspired to be a coach because of the skill set that I possess: encouragement, drive, motivation, problem-solving, open-mindedness, flexibility, and enthusiasm. I decided to be a coach so that I can help individuals develop their goal and research on how to strive in accomplishing their goals, my ability to work in a multi-cultural environment and to embrace change to ensure business success. I enjoy helping people build their confidence and recognize or implement an action plan to accomplish their potential.

My Areas of Expertise:

  • Active Job Search
  • Assessments
  • Career Management Planning
  • Career Direction
  • Career Transition
  • Decision Making
  • Diabetics Prevention
  • Dressing for Success
  • First Time Jobs
  • Goal Setting and Accountability
  • Goals and Values
  • Interviewing
  • Job Searching Strategy
  • Motivational Factors
  • Network Tools
  • New Jobs
  • Personal Branding
  • Resume Development
  • Salary Negotiations
  • Stress Management
  • Weight Loss/Nutrition

My Credentials:

  • Took classes At Walden University towards a Ph.D. in Clinical Social Work; Master of Science in Counseling from the University of Bridgeport.
  • Certified Professional Career Coach, Employment Interviewer Professional, MBIT Qualified, Certified Professional Resume Writer, a Health Coach.
  • Over 30 years counseling individuals and assisting them in finding employment, facilitating workshops and providing feedback on Résumés, conducting mock interviews, Job Search, Time Management and Stress Managment Techniques.
  • A Transitional Health Coach who provides tips on eating healthy.

During your FREE Get to Know You Call, you'll have an opportunity to learn more about your coach, share your story, and discuss the areas in your life where you feel stuck or unfulfilled which may benefit from professional coaching. Your coach will ask you three questions to better understand your wants and needs in order to suggest the most effective path forward:

  1. What made you decide to talk to a coach?
  2. What would you like to work on?
  3. Why is it important for you to deal with this now?