Phyllis Mufson – Career CoachMay 5th, 2009 | By Bill | Category: Videos
Phyllis Mufson is a career and small business consultant and a certified life coach with an international private practice. For over twenty-five years she has assisted clients to transition into the careers where they can reach their full potential.
As a personal coach, Phyllis helps clients build a bridge between their wildest dreams and their current situation, keeps them focused on their goals and helps them persist and not settle for second best.
As a career consultant, she helps them with job search skills and strategies, business marketing plans, negotiations, and all of the other practical concerns needed to bring goals to fruition.
Unique to Phyllis’ work is the insight it affords clients to a deeper self waiting inside. With Phyllis as coach, transition comes with a deep glimpse of unexplored terrain within, evocative of new interests and new direction. Whether moving from one well-defined career point to another, or following a vision across open country, the journey always ends with new vistas and the reinvention of self.
Phyllis has served as director of Career Services at Moore College of Art and Design and began her work in career management at Right Associates. Her coach training has included certification through the Coach Training Institute and completion of programs in Co-Active Leadership and Somatic Coaching.
She has spoken before many professional organizations about how to create work with meaning within the opportunities and constraints of today’s world. She has presented talks and workshops to audiences ranging from chambers of commerce, to leadership institutes, to the Association of Psychological Type. Her insights and ideas have appeared in national newspapers, on radio and television. Currently she writes a column on personal development for Soroptimist International’s "Live Your Dreams" campaign and she is the "Boomer Career" expert for Job-Hunt.org.
She has served on the United States board of the Association of Career Professionals International as well as the boards of the ACP’s Philadelphia chapter and Business Women’s Network.
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