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Certified Career & Transition Coach

Contact

CA
United States
Phone: 626-429-3296

Description

CAREER & TRANSITION COACH

Successful career transition and growth in a volatile industry.

Pat Pattison is a Hudson Institute Certified Career & Transition Coach. Pat is also a TV host and on-air career re-invention expert appearing on CNBC, FORBES.COM, PBS’s NEXT AVE and many news shows. Pat works on helping create and execute a plan for career transition or being more relevant, effective and happy in your existing career.

Pat hosts the show Remade in California, funded by the State of California jobs initiative “Doing What Matters.”

A former Disney Studios and TV station executive, Pat also co-founded the Incentive Plus Network marketing agency and knows the TV industry and its unique challenges well.

CAREER & TRANSITION COACHING helps build a plan, be accountable and attain goals for:
• New or second careers
• Becoming more effective at work, leadership, managing
• Growing or starting a business
• Un-block creative projects (TV, film, writing, art)
* Life transitions

All done in one-on-one sessions with Pat in person or on the phone.

For more info: patpattison.net

Benefits

Sessions are 50% off for the first 4 sessions - $100 per session (Regularly $200 per session)

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