Special offer exclusively for Whitman NYC members (expires 8/1/16).
Professional mentor and Syracuse Alum, Brian Gorman ('71) is offering a complementary 1 hour online coaching session. This will be especially helpful for recent grads, someone who is considering a job/career change and experience professionals. Brian will describe further in his own words:
Attending Syracuse University in the late 60’s awoke me to many things within myself and in the world around me. It was the start of a lifetime journey as a student of change. Along the way, I have developed a deep understanding of how “every change is different, and all change is the same.” Recently, I was able to share some of what I have learned about change with Whitman NYC members during a Mentoring 101 workshop. It was an exciting and rewarding opportunity.
As a way of saying “thank you,” I am offering complementary one-hour online coaching sessions to Whitman NYC members. During your session we can address any question, challenge, decision, etc. that you want to work on (professional or personal). Obviously, I cannot guarantee that in one hour we will always be able to answer the question, overcome the challenge, or reach a decision. What I can promise is that by the end of the session you will have new perspectives, deepened understanding, and an acknowledged sense of progress toward doing so.
In order to schedule the session, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly no later than Monday, August 1, and identify yourself as a member of Whitman NYC. Provide me with 3-5 times that you are available for a one-hour session prior to August 31. I offer coaching Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM, and Saturdays 8:00 AM-Noon. Once I receive your email, I will select the first available time on my calendar, and send a meeting invitation. I will include instructions on how to log onto Zoom (the online meeting application I use…no account required on your part). I will also send you a brief information form that will allow me to know the topic of our coaching session.
Brian Gorman, Syracuse University College of Arts & Sciences, 1971