Career Connections: "Why Work with a Career Coach?”

  • 05 Sep 2014
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar
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Career Connections: "Why Work with a Career Coach”

Are you looking for a new job or to make a career change? If so, plan to join the Chapter’s free monthly Career Connections Webinar and discussion on Friday, September 5 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. During this Webinar and discussion, you will have an opportunity to virtually meet other job seekers, to share leads, ideas, or challenges, and to provide each other with feedback and support. In addition, each session includes a facilitated conversation about a specific career development topic. The topic for September is "Why Work with a Career Coach.”

Lorraine Nordlinger, President of Nordlinger Consulting Group is be our guest speaker for September. She will cover topics including

·         Why work with a career coach

·         When to work with a career coach

·         When to NOT work with a career coach

·         Where to find a career coach

·         How to prepare to meet with a career coach

·         What to expect with a career coach

·        Help -  I can’t afford a career coach right now (hint, free resources are available!)

Lorraine Nordlinger works with organizations and individuals to institute positive change. She combines her extensive experience with diagnostic models that align strategy, structure, process, rewards, and people to maximize customer loyalty and bottom line results..Ms. Nordlinger received her MBA in General Management and has earned her CPLP (Certified Professional in Learning and Performance) from the American Society of Training and Development. She has completed various certificate courses in Facilitating Organizational Change and Human Performance Improvement, also from ASTD.


Please note that the link to log in to this session will be sent to you via the Confirmation and Reminder emails. You will receive a Reminder email three days before the event, as well as the day before. If you have questions about this event, updates, or a social media best practice to share with the group, please contact Pam Marshall Director of Career Services at