Empowering People, Unlocking Potential…It’s What Carrie Does
Carrie LeMahieu loves that each job seeker has a story to tell. “I encourage my clients to realize the unique qualities they bring to the table,” she says. “When they know their strengths and weaknesses, they can better share their accomplishments in an interview. Because if they don’t – no one else will!”
Carrie has empowered job seekers for 10 years. Her interest in coaching started after a diverse career in the telecom sector. “I wore many hats and honed different skill sets while working for a property management company. I’ve been able to apply those diverse skills while working with clients.” She later worked as a recruiter and candidate profiler. In this role, she saw first-hand the stress career moves can cause. “One of the biggest concerns my clients had while they prepared for the next step in their career was the affect it would have on their family.” This sparked her interest in supporting relocating families with overcoming the trials of a stressful move.
“The key to unlocking a person’s potential is building a trusting, two-way relationship,” Carrie comments. “It’s vital when helping clients find the confidence they need for their job search.” What sets her apart is her ability to establish positive connections with each of her clients, regardless of their background. Her clients have experienced the positive impact of that trusting relationship, stating:
“Carrie was so patient with my family and me during a very challenging relocation.
“I absolutely loved working with Carrie. She provided all types of resources that were a tremendous help with my move. Her customer service was outstanding.”
“Carrie was excellent and her recommendations were extremely knowledgeable.”
She knows she can always lean on her peers at IMPACT Group. “Our company has so many people of varied backgrounds and experiences – it’s a wealth of knowledge to tap into.” Carrie brings valuable expertise to the table, as well. She holds a bachelor’s degree in strategic management, with strengths in project management, career assessments, and interview preparation.
“A quote I live by is, ‘Treat others like you want to be treated,’” says Carrie. “It’s easy and so accurate. My daughter likes to use it against me though!” Born and raised in Texas, she calls Dallas/Fort Worth home. Carrie considered becoming a pilot after her aspirations to be a singer and dancer didn’t pan out as a young girl. “My daughter has let me know many times that I am not gifted with vocal talent!” she comments. As an avid sports fan, Carrie’s ideal day would involve playing hockey or cheering on the Dallas Stars.