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Daisy Swan & Associates works with proactive people seeking balance in both work and life. We are committed to helping you not just better your career, but better yourself in the process. We`ll help you to realize your potential and accelerate your success according to your LifeStage and career phase. It`s career coaching and career strategizing designed to overcome any set of obstacles, for all the range of life stages. Because it`s not
just about what`s not working now, it`s about where you`re taking yourself next. Learn more about Career Coaching


Understanding your Life Stage

Beginnings - Roadblocks - Authenticity - Wisdom

imageB These words capture what proactive, forward looking people experience as they move forward in their lives. When I first talk with clients or potential clients they often think something`s not working right so there must be something wrong with them. What I hear is that there`s something really right growing into a new way of being. What's your LifeStage?


NEW! Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Class

NEW! Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Class with Associate Coach Brooke Loesby

Daisy Swan & Associates is offering a special class featuring the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) as a tool for career transition and success. The MBTI is the most widely used research-based instrument of its kind, and is valuable for career planning, study strategy, interpersonal relationships, networking, interviewing and gaining insight into your unique style of ‘doing’ life.

Monday, November 16th, 6-8pm

For more information and to register, please click here.


From the Blog

The 10 Toughest Jobs To Fill In 2016 (And What To Do About It)

Author : Daisy Swan | Date : November 18, 2015

Source: Generational Interchanges™  2015 was a challenging year for hiring managers. Regardless of industry and geography, companies struggled to find and keep top talent. Unfortunately, 2016 is predicted to be tougher. According to new data from Career Cast the 10 most difficult jobs to fill in 2016 represent a diversity of industries, levels and functions. Data scientists Electrical engineers General and operations managers Home health aide workers Information security analysts Marketing managers Medical services managers Physical therapists Registered nurses Software engineers Attracting and retaining talent will be the number one human capital challenge of 2016. It will force executives and HR Read the rest of this entry »


What is your message to potential employers?

Author : Daisy Swan | Date : November 09, 2015

Hats off to Donnie Grooms. He generated the interest and attention he needed to get a new job that he desperately needs. But this story also highlights a fundamental issue that many people face…he doesn’t say what he’s really looking to do and how he wants to add value to an organization! If you got the attention of potential employers what would you tell them you’re looking to do? It’s incumbent on us to know what we bring to the table. Here are some questions for you, and Donnie, to consider to help you to be prepared to talk to Read the rest of this entry »


How do you embrace change?

Author : Daisy Swan | Date : November 05, 2015

Check the questions below to see what resonates for you, and see how you can work with change – wanted or unwanted – more effectively. 1) When faced with a change you haven’t asked for do you: a) Try to find a way to avoid what’s being asked or required of you as long as possible? b) Think of it as a new learning experience that can help you grow and adjust with it? c) Consider the change, see if this is compatible with who you are, and decide whether to continue going forward, or determine to go in another direction all together? d) Go Read the rest of this entry »