John Toomey | Career Coach




      John currently works with start up and younger companies by coaching executives or filling a key role on a part time or interim basis. Prior to coaching, he was CEO of Visible Inventor Inc., a startup company using sensor technology to manage and control inventory. John was also one of three founding shareholders of White Mountain DSP, Inc, a technology startup taken to a mature company subsequently acquired by Analog Devices, Inc. John has held senior management positions at Warren Power Systems, Inc, GCA Corporation and Baird Corporation all technology based companies. He has spoken and sat on panels at the IEEE Entrepreneurs’ Network, a monthly forum for aspiring Entrepreneurs. John got into coaching having seen the need for the role as an executive needing objective advice and counsel. Having worked in technology companies from start up to very large corporations John has been intimately involved in hiring for all levels of an organization across all disciplines. This knowledge was a natural segue into career coaching. John understands the needs of the organizations and how to interpret the skills and styles of the candidates as well as how they may fit into the company environment. John feels strongly that individuals need to develop the skills necessary to take control of their careers. John holds a BSBA majoring in Accounting from University of Massachusetts and an MBA concentrating in Management and International Business from Southern New Hampshire University.

Want me as your personal career coach?

If you're ready to take your career into your own hands but need some extra guidance, I can help. Get email coaching for only $99/month (cancel anytime). Or, get a 30-minute coaching call for $99. Coaching services:
  • Resume reviews
  • Cover letter reviews
  • LinkedIn reviews
  • Interview prep support
  • Job search support
  • Career development support
  • Motivational support
  • General Q&A via email
(P.S. Not ready for coaching? Check out Work It Daily's career course offerings!)  
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