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Lea McLeod

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Member since: Apr 20, 2012

Founder and CEO, Degrees of Transition New Grad. New Life. New Skills.

I love helping young professionals make the transition from college into professional life. After working many years in organizations of all kinds, it's exciting to see a new generation come of age in the workplace! The challenge is that often the outcomes of our academic system don't always line up with employer expectations.

Degrees of Transition is dedicated to helping recent grads and young to mid-career professional learn how to work effectively in organizations. Whether it's a big corporate entity, or a local non profit, many of the qualities you need to work effectively with others are very much the same.

If you want to build a more confident workplace presence, and feel more comfortable in all kinds of workplace situations, let's connect. Join me on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and G+. Also get newsy updates and career support by joining up on the Degrees of Transition web site!

JUST FOR ORGANIZATIONS: I also work with organizations who are on boarding young professionals, or others new to the workplace. My hands on, interactive "Developing Patterns of Success" workshop will help your young talent acclimate quickly with durable tools they can take forward and apply at work. Find more at my web site, Degrees of Transition.

I'm a member of the Oregon Organization Development Network, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). I have a master's degree in Organization Development from Seattle University and a business degree in Marketing from St. Bonaventure University.

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Every college student should start thinking about the career search while they are still in school. A fundamental is to build your on line professional presence, beginning with a LinkedIn profile.

Business > Job Search Techniques l 2 years ago

I've seen a number of resumes for college student and grads that don't include a phone number. Give employers the best chance possible to get a hold of you! At the very least include these three

Business > Job Search Techniques l 2 years ago

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