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A Conversation w/Elizabeth Lions Author and Career Coach

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This is a conversation you don't want to miss. As many of us made resolutions for the New Year. Now is as good a time as any to think about financial resolutions to improve our bottom line at the bank and in our careers, Our guest .Elizabeth Lions studied psychology at the University of Maine. She used her skills as an accomplished author, Elizabeth wrote, ‘Recession Proof Yourself’ during the throes of recession in 2009. It was written to assist the 15 million Americans that lost their job during the great recession. Apparently, it struck a chord with readers.

 

Since then, Elizabeth Lions has been quoted in Hot Jobs, The Ladders, and Dice job boards. Her words have reached as far as the front page of the Philadelphia Tribune, CBS Money Watch and John Tesh’s blog. One morning she woke up to find her article had been translated in Mandarin! She encourages readers with solid career advice from all corners of the globe in Asia, India, Canada and the United States.
Amazingly, Elizabeth wrote and launched the book while recovering from cancer. When asked, she stated that it was her way of leaving something behind larger than herself.

Previous to becoming an accomplished Author, Professional Speaker and Executive Coach, Elizabeth started her career as a headhunter on the west coast. She had the pleasure of working with the leaders of Microsoft, EBay, Flir and Intel to name a few. Bottom line is Elizabeth knows why a person is hired, fired and promoted – before they do! She tells all in her first book. Her second book will be released in 2012.

Elizabeth has developed and launched leadership programs for men and women in the corporate world. Her radio show on Bella Petite as a co host supports her vision to helping women become powerful leaders.
 


 

 

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