Navigating Unexpected Career Change and Disruption
by Maggie Craddock
Pub Date 05 Jun 2020
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Maggie Craddock, President and CEO, Workplace Relationships, is a veteran executive coach known for her work with Fortune 500 CEOs and seniormanagement. She has been featured on CNBC, ABC News, and National Public Radio. She is also a certified therapist and author of The Authentic Career and Power Genes. She has written a wide range of nationally syndicated articles on emotional agility in the workplace and her methodology has been discussed in publications ranging from the Harvard Business Review to Oprah Magazine.
Craddock has been a popular keynote speaker at leadership conferences, executive educationprograms, university and industry networking associations and personal growthseminars. Before founding her executive coaching firm, Craddock was a leadportfolio manager working for Scudder, Stevens and Clark. She received twoLipper Awards for top national fund performance: Best Short Term Multi-MarketIncome and Best World Income Fund over $1 billion in size. Craddock received anM.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics, an MSW from New YorkUniversity and a BA in Economics from Smith College.
Connect with Maggie Craddock on LinkedIn and visit www.workplacerelationships.com.
Lifeboat: Navigating Unexpected Career Change and Disruption is available May 12, 2020 on Amazon and other retail outlets.
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“The next step toward a more adventurous life is getting unstuck, says Maggie Craddock, a former award-winning Wall Street money manager who now uses her degree in counseling psychology to coach employees of Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, and Credit Suisse First Boston.”― O magazine
“One woman's journey from triumph on Wall Street to the far more difficult challenge: understanding herself. Maggie Craddock generously shares her personal story and helps readers reach that understanding too. A useful guide for all those who thought that achieving material success automatically brings happiness.”― Judy Woodruff, anchor and managing editor of the PBS NewsHour
“Maggie Craddock's insightful process applies careful thinking and deliberate action to our most important personal decisions.”― Reuben Mark, former chairman and CEO, Colgate-Palmolive Company
“A useful book for those struggling with career dissatisfaction. Read it if you feel you are giving more than you’re getting.”― Nicholas Lore, author of The Pathfinder: How To Choose or Change Your Career for a Lifetime of Satisfaction and Success
“What an excellent help ― to point professionals from every sphere toward an integration of our values, interests, and goals.”― Swanee Hunt, former US Ambassador to Austria and director of the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government
“[Maggie’s] description of the coaching process is so beautifully written and empathic that reading this book is like being in the presence of a trusted friend. This book is certain to be read, re-read, and shared with others.”― Suzanne England, professor and dean of the New York University School of Social Work