What's Next: Mindfully Moving Through a Career Transition

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Welcome to Medley Moments, an open series of events for the month of October led by Medley coaches.

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What's Next: Mindfully Moving Through a Career Transition with Deidra Mascoll Idehen

Maneuvering through a career transition can bring up a myriad of feelings as you move from a sense of certainty towards the unknown. In this interactive workshop, you will use elements of design theory to take a holistic inventory of your life and career so you can mindfully determine a path forward.

Your Takeaways

  • Learn a framework to help you determine your best path forward
  • Identify what aspects of your career transition take up most of your mental energy
  • Acquire clear tools to mitigate stress caused by your career transition

About Deidra Mascoll Idehen, Medley Coach

Deidra Mascoll Idehen is a leadership/executive coach and an expert talent development and DEI professional. She has expertise in organizational culture change, talent pipeline development, and team dynamics.

Deidra graduated from Stony Brook University with a BA in psychology, earned a MA in social-organizational psychology from Columbia University, and received coaching training from New York University.

She resides in New York City with her husband and son.

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