Optimizing Your Transition Into a New Role: The 30/60/90-Day Plan

As you start a new job or take on a significant promotion, implementing a 30/60/90-day transition plan will help organize and optimize your first 90 days in the role. You have likely spent weeks, months or even years seeking out and securing the next step in your career. Once settled, it might be tempting to […]

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What Is Your Personal Value Proposition (PVP) Equation?

Know Yourself, Grow Your Career Are you ready to create a self-guided vision for your career? Would you like help doing that? Do you want to discover your own personal value proposition (PVP) equation and how it can help give you clarity and increase your professional worth? WHAT IS A PVP EQUATION? A personal value proposition […]

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Still a Few Spaces Available! Join My Networking Workshop in Stamford, CT.

“If you develop your brand without knowing your value proposition first, you will have a very shallow brand.” – Anne Marie Segal at Forbes.com Join me in Stamford, CT on May 4, 2017 for a small group workshop on developing your value proposition for networking, business development and job search. Please click here for details. If […]

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Webinars for My Second Anniversary

In celebration of Segal Coaching’s SECOND ANNIVERSARY (in four days, on April 1, 2017), I will be offering a series of free webinars in the coming weeks and months.  Each webinar will be 1/2 hour – short enough to fit into a professional “lunch hour” but hearty enough to be actionable! The first one will be at […]

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On Forbes: The Emotional Life Cycle of a Major Career Transition

Clients often ask for a roadmap for career transitions, whether they yearn for more meaning at work or have other motivations. While I can ask the right questions to uncover their passions and talents and how these intersect with the marketplace, paths taken vary widely and can be entirely unexpected.

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Achieving Gratitude in a Macho Work Environment

For professionals who work day-in and day-out in a macho work environment – where you  “eat what you kill,” and if you don’t produce, you don’t eat – gratitude is often a foreign notion. More common are words like merit, grit, earning and climbing. Gratitude can seem soft, vulnerable and passive. Yet the more mature […]

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5 Ways to Recover from Anxiety (Election or Otherwise)

Stress, panic, anxiety, sadness, fear…. We are sometimes so overwhelmed by our thoughts, feelings and emotions that we can’t even think straight. Sometimes these emotions creep up over time. At other times, they pop up in reaction to an event, with no warning whatsoever.  There is no quick fix, but there are some ways to cope: Identify […]

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