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  • Are you in career transition, looking for joy at work and balance in your life?
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Hi, I’m Merideth Mehlberg and I am an Executive Coach and Career Strategist. Through my one-on-one and group coaching programs, I have helped hundreds of people like you find success and joy—both at work and in life.

I have worked with top executives from companies such as Starbucks, Intel, Oppenheimer Funds, PG&E, Colliers International, and others. My proven coaching methodology helps me to hone in on the best techniques designed to get results with your individual needs, learning style, and preferences in mind.

Find out more about me and my coaching programs by scheduling a 20-minute complimentary introductory session; we’ll discuss your situation and determine which coaching package is best for you.

Let today be the day that you take action toward your future. Career success and joy are within reach—let me show you how!

Merideth

Chat With Mer, Oct. 15: How to Build a Relationship with a Recruiter

I get a lot of questions in my coaching practice about working with recruiters. So, I’m bringing in the expert to share some definitive answers. In this month’s Chat with Mer, I sit down with my in-house Job Search Consultant and Interview Guru, Celia Stern, for a fireside chat and Q&A. An experienced recruiter, Celia will educate us on the modern recruiter landscape. You’ll learn: When it makes sense to use a recruiter That there are different types of recruiters—and what they are What a recruiter does–and does not–do How to select and properly screen a recruiter What…

On Soccer and Corporate Team Building

I’m coaching my six-year-old daughter’s soccer team this fall. My first foray into sports coaching has been an enlightening–and humbling–experience. As I’ve navigated the past few weeks of corralling eleven young girls on the soccer field, I’ve been struck between the similarities of the lessons I’m sharing with them and best practices for building and running effective corporate teams. Here are a few examples of the parallels: A practice plan is key. A soccer coach needs a blueprint of how each practice will proceed, which she shares with her assistant and the team. She plans stretching, drills, and scrimmage…