Yvette Gavin Consulting, consulting firm Atlanta, consulting firm Georgia, Atlanta Coaching, relationship coaching, career coaching, relationship counseling, Yvette Gavin Consulting, Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia Yvette Gavin Consulting, consulting firm Atlanta, consulting firm Georgia, Atlanta Coaching, relationship coaching, career coaching, relationship counseling,

Atlanta, Georgia Yvette Gavin Consulting, consulting firm Atlanta, consulting firm Georgia, Atlanta Coaching, relationship coaching, career coaching, relationship counseling,

Yvette Gavin Consulting is more than a traditional consulting firm; we are also a teaching firm. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with clients throughout the United States and abroad, our core competency is in transformative interpersonal communications and organizational leadership.


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Coaching

Yvette is passionate about helping others achieve amazing success in their careers, marriages, and personal spiritual growth. With a tired, tested, and proven coaching process, our clients experience accelerated results. From advancing in the market place and obtaining a more meaningful career to a stronger and fulfilling marriage, Yvette can help you achieve your goals.


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Speaking

Yvette has an infectious spirit and a unique way of connecting with audiences. Hire Yvette for an unforgettable experience that will inspire, inform and engage audiences.


“…Yvette is all the mentor you need … great woman, highly competent, with an infectious spirit.”


Jim Geiger, former CEO and founder of Cbeyond


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Training

Impacting the world through leadership, communication, and marriage training, Yvette has traveled around the world and across the United States delivering customized training that facilitates healing in marriages, improves workplace communication, and equips leaders for personal success.


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ReCalibrate!

By Yvette Gavin

Recalibrate is a roadmap with a wealth of information on how to conduct an effective job search or make the most of the job you have. It holds tools Yvette Gavin has used to advance her personal career and the secrets she has successfully taught her clients on how to achieve their dream salaries and desired jobs. Whether you're looking to move up the corporate ladder, starting a new job search due to a layoff, or entering the workforce for the first time, Recalibrate lays a course for you through the recruiting and hiring landscape and assists you in securing your dream job.


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About Yvette Gavin

Yevette Gavin

Yvette Gavin is a successful technology leader and an ordained minister who has an incredible heart for helping others achieve their dreams. Yvette has creatively merged her spiritual gifts with her natural leadership talents and founded Yvette Gavin Consulting, providing business consulting and personal coaching services. Since 1997, Yvette has coached individuals into higher paying jobs, more rewarding careers, and personal spiritual growth. A dynamic organizational leader, Yvette has helped Fortune 100 companies and small businesses to improve the quality of their deliverables and to build stronger and highly productive teams.


A certified coach, Yvette has successfully coached clients into stronger relationships, higher-paying jobs and more rewarding positions by showing them how to communicate effectively, revamp their resumes, how to search for and identify jobs that aren’t easily found, how to connect with decision-makers, and how to boldly share their experience and value during an interview.


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Four Books to read this Summer for a Better...

(06/19/2017) Summer is the perfect time for a great book. I’ve received a couple of requests this month for a list of books I would recommend for reading, and I thought I would share them with you. For sure, there are several books that have contributed to my personal growth. When it comes to reading for personal development, the Bible has made the biggest impact on my life, but these four have been major contributors of my continued growth. I hope you find time within our long summer days to add an extra read to your list for personal growth and checkout one of these books.  I know you’ll be glad you did!   Leave a comment with the book(s) you have chosen. 1. The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth By John C. Maxwell 2. Never Eat Alone and Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time By Keith Ferrazzi  and Tahl Raz      3. RECALIBRATE! Navigating the Job Market with Confidence   By Yvette Gavin     4. The Magic of Thinking BIG   By David J. Schwartz, Ph.D.    Follow my other social platforms to stay updated!

Stuck or Rut Here’s the Key to Moving Forward

(05/24/2017)  Stuck...    The one word I here over-and-over from my clients is, stuck.  This is not a big surprise because research agencies like Gallup have reported for years that only about 34% of all working people are engaged or happy with their jobs.  So when I hear my clients express emotions of being stuck on their current jobs, I know I can help them become unstuck.     But, what about rut?  During a recent lunch with a long-time friend, I heard a different word that describes the feeling of unhappiness and lack of engagement on the job. It wasn’t stuck this time, it was rut.  “Every day feels like Bill Murry’s Groundhog Day; I’m in a rut and need help,” she cried.    Stuck is the inability to move from a particular position or plan, or inability to change a particular situation. On the other hand, rut is doing the same, old, boring thing for too long.  I see stuck as more about one’s mindset and rut more about the actions taken.  If the rut is deep enough, you could get stuck. Hence the expression:  “stuck in a rut.”    Eager to help, I asked this question, what would you like to do differently?  “That’s the problem, my friend replied.  I don’t know what I want to do but I know I’m tired of doing what I’m doing?” Does this sound like you or someone you know?      In his book, The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, John Maxwell says there are only three types of people when it comes to having direction in life; they are: 1. People Who Don’t Know What They Would Like to Do.  John says these people are often confused and lack a strong sense of purpose. They don’t possess a sense of direction for their lives. They drift. They dabble. They don’t reach their highest potential because they have no idea what to shoot for. 2. People Who Know What They Would Like to Do But Don’t Do it.  These people are usually frustrated because on a daily basis they are dealing with the gap between where they are and where they want to be.  Often times it is fear or worry of not being able to meet current responsibilities like providing income for their family. Other times, it’s an unwillingness to pay the price to learn, grow, and move closer to where they want to be.  Regardless of the reason, these type of people miss their potential, too. 3. People Who Know What They Would Like to Do and Do It.  The word used to describe these type of people is fulfilled. These people know themselves, possess a strong sense of passion and are very focused on doing what they are created to do. The feelings of being stuck or in a rut are often an indicator of a person being in the confused or frustrated stage of personal growth and development.  To move to the fulfilled stage, you must know where you want to go, where you are now, and your commitment level to growing to where you want to be.  The number one tool I use with my clients to get them started on this journey of moving forward is the Vison Plan.  You can download a free version of the tool here :Vision Plan. Details on how to use the tool are in my book, ReCalibrate! Navigating the Job Market with Confidence.  Being stuck or in a rut doesn’t have to be your life.  Living a life fulfilled is obtainable.  Start moving forward today with the  Vision Plan join our Mastermind Group.   

Dear Parents...

(04/20/2017) Help your Graduate Avoid this Top Interviewing MistakeThere’s this weird sisterhood that takes place between two complete strangers in the women’s dressing room. Similar to the dressing room scene in the movie, Keeping Up with the Joneses starring Isla Fisher and Gal Gadot, I found myself standing in my underwear before three complete strangers giving advice on how to dress for an interview.I was trying on some new dresses at my favorite clothing boutique when I overheard a woman say, “My daughter is graduating from college and she has her first job interview on Monday.” The sales associate assured her that her daughter looked beautiful in the very pricy outfit and went on to say the outfit was perfect for an interview. I thought, no wonder 75% of hiring managers believe the top interviewing mistake millennials make is wearing inappropriate attire (according to a study done by recruiting firm, Adecco.)Although I was trying to mind my own business, I couldn’t help but wonder what type of job and what kind of company would find a black and white striped mini skirt with a matching cropped bomber jacket to be appropriate attire for a job interview. Is she a model, I wondered? Or perhaps a singer or going into some other type of creative field? My curiosity got the best of me so I asked, “What type of job is she interviewing for? “Engineering,” the mother replied.Where I didn’t want to contradict the sales associate or block her sales commission, I could not keep silent and let this well-meaning mother lead her daughter down the wrong path. So, I spoke up and shared with her what I teach my career coaching clients.What I know for sure is that how you dress for an interview matters. It matters because our physical appearance is a form of non-verbal communication. It is the visual impression that accompany your ability to speak the right words with the right emotion while being intellectually convincing. To communicate well on a job interview, the candidate must bring all four—intellect, emotional intelligence, non-verbal, and verbal communication—of these factors together. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “What you are speaks so loudly that I can’t hear what you say.” When job candidates bring more than a college degree to the interview they are more likely to succeed.If you’re a parent wanting to help your graduate prepare for the interview, check out this video on professional dressing.I'm here for you,Yvette------------------------------------Yvette Gavin has coached individuals into higher paying jobs, more rewarding careers, and personal spiritual growth. A dynamic organizational leader, Yvette has helped Fortune 100 companies and small businesses to improve the quality of their deliverables and to build stronger and highly productive teams.  Yvette is the author of Recalibrate! Navigating the Job Market with Confidence.   Visit www.YvetteGavin.com

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