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Careers

28
Apr

by Suzanne Grossman, Woodhull Alumna

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Friends,

I’m pleased to announce that my next LYJ (Love Your Job) Search class for women will be Tuesdays beginning June 7th.

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“I wanted to email you personally and let you know that I got the job and negotiated for a higher salary! Thank you so much for your support, encouragement and belief in me! LYJ was such a great experience and really helped me to take that next step. Thank you!” – L.C.

Calling all women job seekers!

LYJ (Love Your Job) Search provides you with 5 weeks of group coaching and 1 one-to-one coaching session so that you can be well on your way toward achieving fantastic, lucrative job opportunities that are right for YOU while enjoying the process along the way. Find out more at LYJ: Love Your Job

In this coaching group, you will:

  • Do thoughtful exercises to gain clarity on your goals, allowing you to move effectively in the right direction and secure a job in a more timely manner.
  • Receive one-to-one “career-matchmaking” including job leads, introductions made on your behalf for informational interviews, and access to an extensive network of contacts in a wide range of fields.
  • Understand the power of networking to get a foot in the door and learn to make better use of your own network. continue
Category : Careers | Community Member Projects and Updates | Blog
26
Apr

Originally posted to the Personal Growth Gab with Kristina Leonardi newsletter on April 26th.

“The true harvest of my life is intangible – a little star dust caught, a portion of the rainbow I have clutched.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

“There is no question that there is an unseen world. The problem is, how far is it from midtown and how late is it open?” ~

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Ah, the paradox between poetry and practicality, art and accounting, beauty and bottom line, meaning and metrics. Especially in this results-oriented, materially-focused, high-powered metropolis that is New York, it’s often challenging to communicate the value of things we are unable to touch, see, or can be precisely measured.

After assigning some journaling to a client recently, she seemed perplexed and not too happy about it. When inquiring what was the problem, her concern she said, was because as graduate of MIT, it would be difficult without having any sort of metrics or immediate tangible outcome to guide her or let her know she was doing it ‘correctly’, which her perfectionist self needed in order to be validated in the exercise. She was not the first to be challenged by or question the effectiveness of the solution I offered, just the first to articulate it so well!

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20
Apr

by Alexia Vernon, Woodhull Alumna & Faculty

Originally posted to the Catalyst for Action Newsletter on April 20th. Sign up for the newsletter here!

While I speak a lot to values-driven, socially-conscious emerging leaders and professionals, I was particularly blown away a couple of months back by a group I addressed of StartingBloc fellows–young people between the ages of 18 and 30 committed to social innovation. While it’s easy for us to think of sustainability as a value outside of ourselves,

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to honor our values, strengths, and enthusiasm, we run the risk of burnout. And when we let ourselves burn the candle at both ends for too long–irrespective of whether we are on the frontlines as community organizers and teachers or in the C-suite inspiring our leaders and managers or funding the kinds of innovative social ventures StartingBloc fellows are proposing–our passion dries up, our creativity diminishes, and we under deliver on our potential to create “sustainable” solutions to the many problems, (I mean possibilities), for us building a more heart-centered, just society.
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31
Mar

by Tara Sophia Mohr, Woodhull Alumna

Something very sweet happened this week. The Girl Effect organization named me as a “Girl Champion of 2010.” You can see their post about it here.

I want to tell you the story of how this came about, because I think it says a lot about what actually allows us to play big, and what actually causes us to get recognition.

So here’s the story.

Back in October, I made a new friend, Rachel Cole, a fellow life coach. Rachel told me about how much she loved food and community, and how she had organized a series of large, open-to-everyone food gatherings where everyone had to bring something homemade. They became a very hot thing here in San Francisco.

She told me about her “Wisdom books,” blank books she creates and distributes. People write a piece of wisdom and then pass it on to the next person, who writes their piece of wisdom. Dozens of these are circulating around the world. In the end the books get mailed back to her, and she’s going to do something amazing with them.
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30
Mar

by Tara Sophia Mohr, Woodhull Alumna

Hello everyone!

This Thursday, March 31st, 12-1 PST, I’ll be holding a free informational call about Playing Big.

You’ll

  • Get a taste of the Playing Big program
  • Hear why I created this program – and think this is the #1 way I can serve the world
  • Get clear about all the nuts and bolts of how the program will work
  • Ask any questions you have about the program

I hope you’ll join me for the free call. CLICK HERE to sign up.

If you can’t make the call time, but would like the recording, just SIGN UP and you’ll receive it by email.

Love,

Tara

Tara Sophia Mohr is a writer, coach and personal growth teacher. Her work is all about helping people live more authentic, peaceful, compassionate lives. Tara’s a regular blogger for Huffington Post and has been featured in More Magazine.com, Forbes, USA Today and the International Business Times. She received her MBA from Stanford, where her studies focused on innovation and leadership. She writes the blog Wise Living, www.wiselivingblog.com

Category : Careers | Community Member Projects and Updates | Blog
29
Mar

by Tara Sophia Mohr, Woodhull Alumna

A question for you: what is your relationship with negotiation?

What happens in your body when you hear the word? What happens to heart rate, body tension? What memories come up – positive or negative?

If you don’t like negotiation, you need to know:
1. You aren’t alone
2. It can be different.

It’s possible to transform that squeamish, get-me-out-of-here attitude to a totally different experience where you feel comfortable – and even enjoy – negotiating. That’s my story.

I started as someone who figured out how little she could live on and then suggested that for her salary (nice, huh?) and now am someone who actually enjoys a serious salary negotiation.
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27
Mar

by Tara Sophia Mohr, Woodhull Alumna

Several years ago, I was attending a conference for professionals in philanthropy. I attended one session focused on one of the big challenges in the industry. I knew I held a very controversial view: that the older generation of professionals and institutions was preventing the very kind of change they were calling for, because of their attachment to realities that no longer existed. Normally, I would have kept quiet about that. After all, lots of those older generation folks were in the room – and they were powerful. Plus, no one else was mentioning it. And what would it do to my professional reputation to say something so confrontational?

But for some reason, that day, I raised my hand and spit out my view to all fifty folks in the room. Quite honestly, the main reason was fatigue – I was too tired from a 5am flight to operate with my filter on. I said plainly what I thought was wrong with the situation, and how the older institutions and professionals weren’t dealing with changing realities. I spoke about one particularly hot button issue that people tended to avoid talking about. I was blunt and passionate.

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12
Feb

by Suzanne Grossman, Woodhull Alumna

Originally posted to LYJ: Love Your Job on February 9th.

A friend of mine is close to a job offer that would increase not only her salary but also her management and leadership responsibilities. However, the job would require her to relocate across the country and is not fully aligned with her longer-term career goals. She’d be leaving behind her relationship and creative side projects but would be gaining new colleagues and an exciting city to explore. Many of us have faced a choice like this. It can feel agonizing, even if we’re happy to receive an offer.

Here are a few strategies for making these tough career choices with confidence:

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Category : Careers | Community Member Projects and Updates | Blog
3
Feb

Originally posted to KristinaLeonardi.com on February 1st.

Congress ushered in a new Speaker of the House, Queen Elizabeth is thinking about abdicating so that Prince William may actually get a shot at being King; Tunisia did, and now Egypt is on the brink of overthrowing their longtime leaders; American television staples Larry King, Regis Philbin and ET’s Mary Hart, whose careers took off around the same time as Hosni Mubarak came into power, are all retiring as well. What is the world coming to?!

Change is certainly in the air and tomorrow is the Lunar New Year, so it’s another good time to start fresh for the next twelve months. What are you ferociously guarding in your life- and is it worthy of protecting, or are you just doing so because it’s been that way for the past 30 years? What people, ideas, jobs, things, ways of thinking might you be holding on to that are old, stagnant, outdated, served their purpose, overstayed their welcome or just need to step down so that something better and fresher can take their place?

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12
Jan

by Suzanne Grossman, Woodhull Alumna
Originally posted to LJY: Love Your Job on January 12th.

Will 2011 be the year of your new job? After working with 7 cohorts of women jobseekers and dozens more individually, I’ve come to see what separates those who arrive at that magical moment of receiving an offer from those who don’t. Make sure the following are part of your job search this year:

1. Focus: It’s much easier to target companies and jobs when you know what you’re looking for. By spending time upfront making sure you’re clear and excited about your career path and targets, you’ll produce much better results. Sharpen your focus by using exercises in career books, working with a coach, or contacting your alumni career office.

2. Prioritizing your job search: Many of us have competing goals. We want to lose weight, find the love of our life, visit the south of France and find our dream job all in the next 6 months. The women I work with over the course of my 5-week class start to see results because they are focused and active for an extended period of time on a daily basis. Some receive offers amazingly fast, and I believe this is in part because they’ve upgraded their efforts. I have a handout called One Thing a Day, based on an earlier blog post, which outlines daily steps people can take toward their goal.

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