Debbie brings 20 years of experience in Outplacement, Career Transition Services, and Executive Coaching. She clearly understands market shifts, changing business paradigms, and the unique needs of her clients, who range from senior executives to production employees. Her focus has been on both large, corporate relocations, downsizings, and career center operations, as well as helping organizations enhance their effectiveness through individual and group coaching.
Debbie has held a variety of leadership positions – she has successfully owned her own business focusing on career management and has provided organizational structure to assist businesses in growth. She has coached clients in job search, performance enhancement, team dynamics, and leadership development, and has worked on several women’s initiatives. She is dedicated to helping people and organizations find workable solutions to today’s complex business challenges.
Debbie’s style as a career coach has gained her recognition and praise, and has afforded her many opportunities to “make a difference” both in diverse organizations and with her individual clients. Her keen ability to listen actively, assess needs, and find workable solutions have been instrumental in allowing her to help people and organizations realize their potential, make informed decisions and lead more effectively. She attributes her success to several role models and “coaches” in her own life, including her colleagues at Career Consultants Oi Global Partners. Her expertise has been featured in several news articles on topics ranging from the use of social media in job search, writing dynamic cover letters, leveraging online tools to research company information, maximizing LinkedIn as a marketing technique, and creating competitive advantage in a resume.
Debbie holds a Bachelor’s degree from Ripon College, is a certified JWC RESULTS Coach, and holds current certifications as a Professional Career Consultant from IACMP as well as the Hogan Assessment Personality Inventory, Hogan Development Survey, and the Hogan Motives, Values, Preference Inventory.