Career Strategy Session

Get Clear.

Get Confident. Get Excited. 

About Your Career.



Want to put your feet up and relax — knowing your career is cleared for take-off? 

No doubt, you’ve logged lots of hours as a woman working in technology. Maybe a few years or even a few decades. Now, you’re thinking . . .

What if I changed things up a bit? 

What if I felt clear, confident and excited about my career?

What if I worked for a company that shared my values? 

A Career Strategy Session is a one-on-one conversation to get your career headed in the right direction — FAST! You will get a solid foundation on aligning your experience, skills and passions with strategic focus.

What is a Career Strategy Session?

  • 75-minute phone or video call with InspiHER Tech’s Laurie Swanson
  • Explore what’s working now AND what isn’t
  • Answer the question “What is my next right step?”
  • Start building your Career Strategy Action Plan to create the Career + Life you love

Who leads the Career Strategy Session?

Your Career Strategy Session is led by InspiHER Tech founder and CEO Laurie Swanson. Laurie started her career as a coder. As a recruiter, she has successfully placed hundreds, if not thousands, of people in tech jobs and publishes a weekly blog exclusively for Women in Tech. Laurie’s true north is to elevate and accelerate the careers of Women in Tech so companies #HireMoreWomenInTech. She is a certified coach, workplace inclusion expert and champion of people.

Total Investment $347

Lisa’s Story

Lisa was a software quality assurance analyst at a global company. She had decent career progression, but nothing wildly great. After 10 years with the same company, she maxed out her rise up the ladder. Her choices? Make a sideways move or move overseas. Neither lit Lisa’s heart on fire.

After a Career Strategy Session, Lisa connected her work with her passions. She explored her options: expand herself as a leader? Stay in the same industry? Keep doing the same-o, same-o? 

Lisa got clear on what she wanted and acted on a list of career strategy action steps that included talking to her company’s career development department (she didn’t even know this existed!) and connecting with people doing work Lisa thought was interesting. Yesssssssss!