Julie Jansen, motivational speaker, career and executive coach, trainer, business consultant and meeting facilitator - works with leaders, managers, senior contributors, lawyers, creative professionals and entrepreneurs in developing the competencies, skills and techniques needed to thrive in today's chaotic business world.
Julie has identified eleven qualities that she considers fundamental to business and career success. These "Eleven Keys" combined with her personal warmth, keen intellect and charisma, brought Julie stellar success in her 20-year career as a sales and marketing professional, trainer, coach, consultant and manager. Prior to starting her own business in 1999, she worked in a variety of fields including broadcasting, outplacement coaching, career management consulting, training and recruiting for Drake Beam Morin, Post Newsweek, Manchester Consulting and Provant, among others.
Julie's style is a no-nonsense, results-driven approach along with the use of humor, storytelling and practical tips. Her book I Don't Know What I Want, But I Know It's Not This: A Step-By-Step Guide to Finding Gratifying Work (Penguin; 2003) is in its tenth printing and has also been published in the U.K., Germany, Austria and Romania. You Want Me to Work With Who? Eleven Keys to a Stress-free, Satisfying and Successful Work life…No Matter Who You Work With was released by Penguin in 2006.
Julie has delivered training programs and facilitated meetings for clients such as Time Inc., GE, Remy Cointreau USA, March of Dimes, Zotos International, New York Health Care Providers, New York Road Runners and The New York Open Center among others.
Julie works closely with corporate managers and human resources to develop coaching programs that align with both the goals of the individual and the needs of the organization. Specializing in professional development and career management, Julie assists clients in developing and implementing realistic strategies and techniques and an action plan that supports these. Her coaching is customized to the individual's learning style, personality and specific needs. Julie uses a structured 360 process and various assessments she has designed.
Julie has coached individuals at companies including Sony Corporation, the Depository Trust and Clearing Company, Fitch Ratings, RBS Greenwich Capital, KPMG, Real Simple magazine, Time Warner and Nickelodeon. In her "retail" coaching practice she has worked with people such as an advertising television producer, a symphony president, a metals trader, a photographer, as well as numerous finance, marketing, sales, human resources and IT professionals.
Julie's consulting services encompasses the redesign of performance management systems, the development of Management by Objectives (MBO) programs, customer service assessment and training and management and leadership training design. Additionally she helps companies create strategic plans.
For more information please visit: http://www.juliejansen.net