Coach Yourself to a New Career: 7 Steps to Reinventing Your Professional Life

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Nov 11, 2012 Comments Off on Coach Yourself to a New Career: 7 Steps to Reinventing Your Professional Life

Online Webinar
Thursday, November 15, 2012, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Find yourself hitting the snooze alarm a dozen times? Dread those Monday mornings?

Whether you are a recent graduate and wondering what the ideal career path is for you, whether you are simply bored of your job and looking for a change, or whether you are looking for something interestin g and fulfilling to do in your retirement, then this is the webinar for you! This simple seven step program for reinventing your professional life is based on the book by international best-selling author, Talane Miedaner (F’87, G'89), Coach Yourself to a New Career (McGraw-Hill, April 2010). Talane will cover everything from identifying your strengths and hard-wired abilities to finding your passion in this information-packed webinar.

Talane Miedaner is the international bestselling author of three books, a Master Certified Coach, and the owner and founder of LifeCoach.com. Her clients include executives, professionals, public officials, entrepreneurs, and international leaders. Talane is the author of three books: Coach Yourself to Success, which has been reprinted into eight languages and is an international bestseller; The Secret Laws of Attraction: The Effortless Way to Get the Relationship You Want, and the most recently released, Coach Yourself to a New Career (all McGraw-Hill). One of the most widely recognized life coaches in the world, Talane has been featured in numerous magazines from Newsweek to Fortune, and has appeared on national and international television and radio programs, including the BBC and CBS Saturday Morning. Prior to becoming a coach, Talane held a corporate position as second vice president at Chase Bank in New York City.

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