Professional Development Training from a former CFO
I offer professional development programs for individuals who want to advance in their careers, seek a promotion, find a new job, or make more of an impact at work. Workshops or individualized training programs focus on self-awareness, observation and empathy skills, video-analysis, and customized developmental exercises. Sessions can be combined with readings and tactical exercises, with a dash of humor. Length and cost of programs vary, depending on corporate or individual needs.
THERE’S NOTHING WRONG WITH YOU.
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Expertise: Over 20 years in corporate Finance for big pharma and biotech companies in the US, UK, and Europe, rising from financial analyst to CFO. MBA in Finance and MIS from the Kelley School of Business. BA in Linguistics and French with high distinction from Indiana University. Baccalaureate certificate in Film Studies. CELTA certification from the University of Cambridge. Author of The Discreet Guide for Executive Women, a career advice book for women, an Amazon best-seller and winner of the NIEA 2012 Business-Motivational award and You, Not I: Exceptional Presence through the Eyes of Others, published in 2014.
FEATURED PROGRAM: Creating Exceptional Presence. Learn to master perceptions through behavior modification techniques used by actors and athletes. Ten 90-minute sessions, using techniques practiced by actors and athletes to modify behavior. Skills taught and practiced: Self-analysis, Sensitivity, Interpersonal, Verbal, Style, Situational, and Performance. Based on my book: You, Not I: Exceptional Presence through the Eyes of Others. Additional materials include the Creating Exceptional Presence Handbook. Can be taught in-person or online. Additional information on the Exceptional Presence tab. This is an unusually effective program. Most of my clients have been promoted or found a new job after completing these sessions.
“I anticipated that the program would help me learn little tricks or tips; I did not anticipate that what I learned could be so important and applicable to all aspects of my life.” ~Natalie Block, MPA/MAIS Candidate