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How to Get Started in Talent Development

Monday, September 21, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Marilyn Feldstein, Career Coach, Author, Professional Speaker, Career Choices Unlimited, Inc.

Are you thinking about a career in talent development? How do you know if this field is a good fit? How do you decide? Whom should you speak with? If these are your questions, then attend this webcast to learn more about the field and how people from all walks of life have become successful talent development practitioners.

You’ll learn:

  • about some of the talent development careers available
  • how to match your skills with what employers are looking for
  • how to conduct informational interviews that will provide valuable insight for making your decision.

 

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Presenter

Marilyn Feldstein
Marilyn Feldstein

Career Coach, Author, Professional Speaker, Career Choices Unlimited, Inc.

Marilyn A. Feldstein, the founder and president of Career Choices Unlimited, is certified as a Job and Career Transition Coach, a Professional in Human Resources, and an administrator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator instrument. She has more than 20 years’ experience in all aspects of career management. Marilyn has been active in ATD for many years and served on the Program Advisory Committee for ATD's International Conference & Exposition in 2014 and 2015. Additionally, she has provided career coaching at ATD's International Conference & Exposition for more than five years, and is familiar with the career issues talent development professionals face.

Marilyn is a contributor to a number of résumé and career books, has published articles in TD magazine, and is the author of the ATD Infoline “Defining and Leveraging Your Professional Value.” She earned a master’s degree at Penn State University and a bachelor’s degree at the University of South Florida.
 


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