Women in Transition: “Surviving & Thriving Through Life’s Challenges”
with Laura Ziegler, MA
We are all faced with change. Our kids go off to kindergarten or college, a parent passes away, we are offered a promotion, or we lose our job. A few of us embrace change and look forward to the next stage. But most of us resist and often oppose them.
In a lively and informative talk, Laura Ziegler, a Career and Transition Coach, will help you understand the Transition Model, determine where you are in the process, and how to successfully navigate the stages.
Whether you are thinking about a change or in the midst of it, you will leave this presentation with a greater clarity and confidence to move forward.
Lecture is at no cost, but please RSVP with us online.
Brought to you by Jewish Federation of Greater Portland and the Mittleman Jewish Community Center
For over 20 years, Laura’s professional life has been devoted to guiding and supporting individuals facing change, either by chance or by choice.
For many years, she was a Senior Consultant in the world’s largest career transition company, helping hundreds of individuals find their right work, either inside or outside the corporate world.
In her private practice, she works with women to identify their values, strengths, talents and guide them in exploring options for their next steps. Some of those changes could include a new position, encore career, composite work, starting a business, retirement, or just changing direction in their personal lives. She also coaches woman in “overcoming overwhelm” by managing time, paper and clutter.
She recently relocated to Portland from the Bay Area and is currently going through her own transition getting to know the people, the neighborhoods, and the weather.
She earned her BA from UC Berkeley, her Master’s at SF State, and her Certification as a Career Counselor at JFK University.