Executive Career Coaching

We are most fulfilled, professionally, when we pursue a career path that leverages our strengths, aligns with our values and presents opportunities to grow and stay challenged.

As an MIT Sloan degree-program graduate, Executive Career Coaching is available to you to support your career journey and professional development, whether you are seeking a transition within your current industry or considering new opportunities.

An executive coaching session can help you:

  • clarify core competencies (skills, attributes, and knowledge)
  • illuminate values and priorities
  • set achievable career goals, relative to your background and the market
  • tell your career story in a compelling and concise way
  • cultivate your professional brand and position yourself
  • approach compensation conversations and salary negotiation confidently

Click here for an overview of what you can expect throughout the coaching process.

Make an Appointment
To make an appointment, click here to schedule a career coaching session. For questions, email our dedicated alumni executive coaches at careers.mitsloan@mit.edu and include your graduation year and program, and your resume.

Please note, MIT Sloan Executive Career Coaching is available to alumni from the following graduate degree programs only: MBA/LGO, MFin, MBAn, EMBA, SFMBA and MSMS. If you are an MIT alum who is not a graduate from one of these degree programs, MIT offers alumni career services to MIT alumni. Please check in with their team to explore resources that are available to you! 

Shauna LaFauci Barry Shauna LaFauci Barry
Executive Career Coach | Alumni Engagement Strategist
Silvia Bajo
Executive Career Coach
Carla Akalarian
Senior Associate Director, Executive Career Coach
Susan Brennan
Assistant Dean, Career Development OfficeInterested in understanding how you can integrate Gallup Strengths and design thinking, from Designing Your Life, to help you craft your career path forward? Reach out to Susan for a dedicated coaching session on this topic.