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Career Coach Linda Van Valkenburgh attends Career Thought Leader Development Symposium in Madrid, Spain
Madrid, Spain: From May 1– May 3, 2018, Linda Van Valkenburgh, MS, CCMC, CJSS, CSMCS, CELDC, Owner and Certified Executive Career Coach of My Executive Career Coach, attended the annual Career Thought Leader Development Symposium.
This year’s theme was: “Thrive: Helping Careerists Navigate a Global, Virtual and Gig Workforce”. Attendees from all over the world made new connections and learned from each other’s best practices. International experts from the career industry were present, including John Lees, Antoinette Oglethorpe, and Elisabeth (Harney) Sanders-Park. Linda attended workshops addressing building business brands, coaching for career agility, current social media trends and ways to grow as a career professional in a global sphere. Linda and her colleagues were able to connect socially while enjoying the beauty and history Madrid offered.
Linda is based in Stamford, Connecticut, USA. She serves C-Suite Executives in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and those based internationally as well.
The Career Thought Leaders is an organization that describes themselves as a think tank of careers industry leaders. Their aim is to advance and promote the careers industry through collaboration to ensure the success of careerists around the world. Career Thought Leader resources are free and available for use by career service providers and job seekers.