Career Talk with Cassandra started with a simple premise, share valuable career advice, lessons learned and resources with professional women that want more happiness, purpose and growth in their career. Career Talk with Cassandra was created based on Jim Rohn’s famous quote and philosophy “Don’t wish it were easier wish you were better. “
Career Talk readers can look forward to blog posts and other resources related to interviewing, resume writing, career branding, networking, but most importantly embracing and adopting change through personal self -development.
NETWORK LIKE A BOSS
Network Like A Boss is a networking group for women, developed to create a well-rounded networking experience through structured networking activities, training and development and shared resources. The goal is to connect with other like-minded women and to create a safe environment that’s free of competition and geared toward sharing knowledge, resources, your network, ideas and solutions to help women succeed. Together we can transform the way we network! To learn more, click here.
In conjunction with Nashville Community Education, Career Talk with Cassandra hosts workshops in career development. Please check the schedule for updates on the next class offerings.
CAREER COACHING PACKAGES
We offer a variety of coaching packages that will help improve your career trajectory. Click here to view our packages.
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What Clients Are Saying
Much, much, much thanks to you for meeting with me and providing me so
much support in my career search! I am so appreciative, just know that you were a blessing to me and I’m grateful.
Thank you for speaking tonight at the Career Transition Support Group.
Hopefully, my next interview will indeed be fearless! I hope we can connect and stay in touch as I transition to New York. Have a great week!
– LISA G. PIERCE
It was a pleasure to meet you after your presentation. I felt your advice was on the mark and I even picked up a few pointers along the way!