In her book, Achieving the Good Life After 50, Renée guides readers through the ups and downs of learning to cope positively with transition and change. In her over 30 years of experience working with clients in job search and career change, she has developed strategies and interventions to assist individuals to:
In her entertaining and humorous manner, she will introduce her 9 P Pie recipe and discuss some of her unusual and positive interventions to assist individuals 50, 60, and 70 to focus and facilitate a positive journey in whatever career or life alternative that they choose.
About Renée Rosenberg:
Renée Lee Rosenberg, MA, Certified Career Management Coach, Author, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Professional Speaker, Trainer, and Workshop Facilitator, with over 25 years of experience in both individual and group counseling (including ten years of phone and virtual counseling), helps individuals achieve positive career outcomes, navigate change and cope with workplace stress. Renée has helped hundreds of individuals create a personalized plan that de-stresses the job search process helping them to redirect their lives and achieve successful career and life outcomes.
She offers informative, results-driven programs for organizations and individuals and has worked with audiences from 30-300 nationally and internationally (Amsterdam, Paris, Munich). Her areas of expertise include: resume preparation, interviewing, cold calling, salary negotiation, positive presentation skills and redirecting retirement, and inter-generational communication. Her book, Achieving the Good Life After 50: Tools and Resources for Making it Happen, has helped readers to learn to cope with change and focus on a positive job search.
She maintains a private practice in NYC.
Get in touch with Renee Rosenberg
Visit Renée's Websites: http://positivitypro.com/ and http://retirementutor.com/
Download Renée's Program Guide: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/rosenbergguide
Buy Renée’s Book: https://revolutionizeretirement.com/rosenberg
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