Breaking through the Cash Ceiling!
5 Secrets to Increasing Your Status, Confidence & Income
By Catherine Jewell, The Career Passion® Coach
If you are a professional looking for work in 2016, you probably are afraid to even ASK for your last, highest salary. The Glass Ceiling of the 70s has become the Cash Ceiling. While there are many causes, there is one sure cure: gaining the confidence to sell yourself into a better job. Catherine Jewell is the Career Passion® Coach and an expert in career transitions that produce more passion, satisfaction and pay. She transforms her clients’ wimpy job seeking attempts into Job Campaigns that result in job opportunities with a $10-15,000 boost.
In this action-packed session you will learn:
- Simple, no-cost ways to expand your network of influence
- The real secret behind unshakeable confidence
- How to become the ONLY candidate for the job you want
- How to increase your chances of being hired 5-10X
About Your Host
Catherine Jewell has been known as the Career Passion® Coach since 2000, and is a certified Professional Career Manager (PCM). She is gifted at finding the star power in each person and helping her clients clearly focus on career success. Jewell is highly sought after for help with all phases of the career change – from finding passion, branding, networking, rewriting resumes and preparing for interviews, to negotiating for a higher salary.
A three-time career changer, Catherine created the Career Passion® Coach out of her own search for meaning in her work. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and spent the first 15 years of her career managing projects in an advertising agency. She later engineered a move into marketing and sales training. Two jobs and five years later, she had attained the “perfect work” she was always seeking – Leadership Training and Career Coaching.Jewell is the author of three books including New Resume New Career, the only resume book featuring 25 career makeovers of real job seekers. Her work has been quoted and reviewed by the New York Times, Black Enterprise Magazine, Success, Forbes Online, FlexJobs and the Chicago Tribune.
Note: This SIG is open to the public and free of charge. Please bring friends and family who may be job seeking.