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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!


A Chat with Mer: Building a Legacy

I am excited about this month’s installment in the Chat with Mer series. Join me and Theo Schwabacher, the Senior Vice President at Morgan Stanley and the Founder & CEO of the Women’s Intelligence Trust (WIT) as we discuss How to Build a Legacy. Theo and I examine how she promotes a greater understanding of the issues affecting women via a powerful, interactive annual event in the style of a female-only TED talk. Watch a brief preview of my inspiring conversation with Theo. The entire conversation will be available on Thursday, July 17, 2014. Other topics Theo and I discuss include: How to create a…

When a Door Closes, a Window Opens

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about endings. Endings of jobs, personal relationships, life stages, business relationships, and other transitions. My clients deal with all types of endings in their lives and they come to me for support. I find in my clients – and observe in my own life – that endings can feel scary and produce a great deal of grief and suffering. I see why this happens. Whether we’ve decided to let something go, or it has been taken from us against our wishes, the familiar pressures, patterns, and ups and downs of routine…