As a Certified Professional Career Coach, Franklin specializes in building his client's Personal Brand and identifying and highlighting their competitive advantage. Since becoming a Career Coach, he has helped over 600 individuals recognize their career goals. 99% of his interview preparation clients are landing offers after just 3 sessions and he’s helped clients maximize their salary negotiations, with an average increase of nearly $15,000 over the initial offer.
Franklin’s mission is to provide you with personalized service using proven strategies to guide you in your career needs. Franklin is passionate about showcasing each person’s unique skills and abilities to give them a competitive advantage in the job search process. As a former recruiter, Franklin understands what hiring managers are looking for and can help you get noticed!
Franklin has worked with employees at Fortune 500 companies and small businesses alike, placing thousands of professionals in the manufacturing, engineering, financial services, technology, non-profit, government, and energy industries. Having worked on both sides of the hiring process, with candidates and hiring managers, Franklin takes that knowledge and helps his clients navigate their job search.
Notable Client Achievement Wrote the resume, LinkedIn, and cover letter for a small-hospital CEO to move to a larger hospital CEO position with full relocation and doubled salary.
Partnered with a Director of Business Development to shift industries away from printing into SAAS in a VP of Sales position, expanding his team by 20 new reps.
Helped a transitioning Logistics Manager come out of the Marines and into an engineering position in the private sector.
Helped a Pharmacist increase her salary by $15,500 over the initial offer.
My style centers on asking great questions. It's important to dig into your experience and get an understanding of both the “why” and the “where” of your career. I’m a believer that the best way to bring clarity to careers is through conversation.
My ideal client has an idea of what they want to do next, but maybe can’t quite figure out how to get there.
I measure success through activity in a job search. There is so much that goes into a successful job search. Yes, even luck. When you consider the fact that only 2% of applicants to an online position get called for an interview and that over 75% of jobs are still filled through referrals, the best measure of actual success is simply activity.
I enjoy helping clients utilize their network and stand out in a job search.