Consultation & Coaching


Are you interested in offering your employees programs that will increase their commitment and productivity?  Life Work Transitions offers a variety of specialized training programs designed to meet the specific needs of the audience and the type of industry. Topics include:

  • Bullying in the Workplace
  • Reframing Your Future (to create life work balance)
  • Developing a Committed Workforce
  • Goal Setting for Enhanced and Realistic Performance

Other services include:

  • Outplacement Services and Individual Coaching
  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator Profiles for individuals and teams
  • Facilitated Board Retreats


For an accelerated experience of the career and life work planning process, customized consultations are available to facilitate your progress with each program.  Deborah’s 30 years of experience in asking clarifying questions, active listening and identifying areas of discovery will enhance the life work transition process for you.

All individual consultations consist of one-on-one phone conversations, or in person, and written “homework” assignments between scheduled sessions. Clients report they benefit the most from insights gained while completing the self assessment exercises and being able to share the results and how the information is helpful to them. You can benefit from our customized consultations designed to assist you in discovering your unique self and how best to realize your life work goals.

To find out more, please call us at 520 529 6112 or send us an email at  We will provide more information to help you select the best option for you. Or use the FREE 30 minute Career Transition Consultation to discover your course of action. I look forward to hearing from you.

“Deb is an effective, caring, energetic and visionary helper for people seeking (or needing) to make transitions in their life and work.”

Beth Lane



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Lana C Kilfoile March 18, 2012 at 5:29 pm

Hi Deborah,

I recently lost my job with a government contractor. The contract ended but was renewed by the government with new hiring criteria. Everyone had to have prior military service which I do not have. I have been considering changing my career. I have years of office-type experience but I want to concentrate on working in the human resource field. What do I need to do to get from point A (deciding if that’s the right move for me) to point B (making it happen)?
I have applied for numerous job openings in my previous career choice with no luck. I have paid a professional writing service to update my resume and cover letter. Is there a way to get a certificate in the admin/HR field to help me land a job?


Lana C Kilfoile


Charla W May 27, 2013 at 10:32 am

I see ads on-line all the time for educational programs…check with your local community college-look for one who advertises help with placement once the certificate is earned. I spent 2 yrs earning a certificate in architectural drafting but when I went job hunting-found myself in that in-between-place similar to a high school grad who wants a job, but has no experience…employers want someone with experience & won’t hire you… so it’s a vicious circle. Best of luck!


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