Gaining an competitive advantage in job search with guest Colette Ellis of In-Step Consulting, LCC

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Looking for employment? 30 Million Americans are either unemployed, underemployed and even more are not counted on any stats or figures. Our guest for our Thursday, February 10th show will be Colette Ellis-Author and Founder, CEO of InStep Consulting LLC. As a motivational speaker, Ms. Ellis helps women leverage their passion, power, and relationships to achieve sustainable results. A dynamic communicator and trusted advisor to Fortune 500 and nonprofit executives, she encourages clients to focus on what’s important through executive coaching, interactive seminars, and targeted resources. Her eBook Focus on Your Vision, presents a straightforward 4-phase process to help leaders authentically define and systematically achieve their goals. As a career coach, Ms. Ellis shares her advice by writing articles as the NY Career Coach for Examiner.com and encourages innovative and continuous learning as an adjunct professor with New York University, teaching graduate courses on managing diversity. She has been a featured speaker for 85 Broads, 100 Women in Hedge Funds, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Citibank at Work, Downtown Women’s Club, HSBC Bank USA, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, US Small Business Administration, and Women for Hire. Host Monica Ross-Williams an webmaster, writer and job search expert for the Reach Out Job Search News Blog, Detroit Job Search Examiner for Examiner.com and is a Senior Moderator on Merchantcircle.com. Being underemployed, Monica understands the efforts of those seeking to return back to the workforce. Stop by the show Thursday's @ 6pm to share your opinion, thoughts, ideas and more on this issue, affecting millions of Americans.

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