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Raleigh, NC, United States, 2011/01/11 - Personal Branding Strategist Rounds out knowledge with Career Coaching Certification, snares confidence of Leaders Worldwide.
When Kelly Welch looked for even better ways to serve high performing career professionals and aspiring leaders, she decided to pursue International Coach Federation-approved training through the Career Coach Academy.
Welch, known for her expertise in positioning her clients for career greatness using personal branding, invested a large portion of time from her business complete the rigorous, hands-on curriculum that spanned 15 weeks.
Susan Britton Whitcomb, nationally known leader in the careers industry, and the President of Career Coach Academy, developed the program. A comprehensive, 400-page binder with practical coaching assignments rounded out the program that was capped by several hours of written and oral exams. Welch passed the tests ‘with flying colors’ to earn the Certified Career Management Coach credential.
To help ambitious professionals win and succeed in stretch-goal career pursuits, Kelly Welch's powerful toolkit includes a variety of:
• Career assessments;
• Branding programs;
• Career advancement strategies;
• Life/Work balance solutions;
• Additional certifications in: Personal Branding (Reach CPBS), Online Identity (COIS), Résumé Writing (CPRW), and as a Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR).
“Combined with my master’s degree in Human Resources and personal branding expertise, I offer so much more than the sum of what I learned,” said Welch. “This certification compliments my deep corporate HR/recruiting background, bringing together a well-rounded toolkit to serve my clients’ most far-reaching goals. I am also thrilled about my impending International Coach Federation certification, and the professional credibility which that brings. All of this will further help to propel my clients, already courageous and accomplished professionals, to take inspired action in attaining the next role in their career advancement.”