Caroline Ceniza-Levine

Caroline Ceniza-Levine

SpeakerMatch

Leadership expert, motivational speaker, and stand-up comic

Leadership expert in career and business, motivational speaker, and stand-up comic: I am a repeat guest for CNN, CBS, and Fox, writer for Forbes.com, author of 3 books, and an executive coach. As a comic performer, I am not your same-old speaker.

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Travels from New York, NY (US)

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Caroline Ceniza-Levine
Caroline Ceniza-Levine - Motivational Speaker

SixFigureStart LLC

Leadership expert, motivational speaker, and stand-up comic

Leadership expert in career and business, motivational speaker, and stand-up comic: I am a repeat guest for CNN, CBS, and Fox, writer for Forbes.com, author of 3 books, and an executive coach. As a comic performer, I am not your same-old speaker.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from New York, NY

Caroline Ceniza-Levine - Motivational Speaker

Caroline Ceniza-Levine

SixFigureStart LLC

Leadership expert, motivational speaker, and stand-up comic

Leadership expert in career and business, motivational speaker, and stand-up comic: I am a repeat guest for CNN, CBS, and Fox, writer for Forbes.com, author of 3 books, and an executive coach. As a comic performer, I am not your same-old speaker.

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: New York, NY

For more information about booking Caroline Ceniza-Levine,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/CCenizaLevine/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Creative Thinking For Career Planning

By
March 12, 2017

The “right” choice may be more than one – think creative combinations

A lot of clients I have worked with are in industries dealing with massive disruption – financial services, media, education. Either/or decisions like should I stay or go or should I take this job or not cannot be fully explored with an either/or mentality. Sometimes the right choice is yes/ and. For example, one of my education clients was struggling under a promotion to more administrative duties while still trying to juggle her outside interest in teaching with education technology, which wasn’t supported in her job. Should she stay or go? We reframed the issue to look at ways she could succeed at her job and fulfill her tech interests. Even if you leave a job eventually you want a good reference, and when you’ve accepted a promotion, you want to show some positive results. At the same time, if your passion lies elsewhere don’t deny your interests. My client started consulting on tech issues and speaking at conferences – it raised her profile at her current job, while building a brand that would ultimately support a change if she needed one. As it turned out, she preferred the combination of traditional job and side business.

Read two more ways to think more creatively about your career:

http://www.sixfigurestart.com/career-management/creative-thinking-career-planning/

Originally published on by SpeakerMatch Speakers Bureau