Melinda Marcus, M.A. (Full Bio)
inPSYCHS™ Developer Coach, Speaker and Workshop Leader
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inPSYCHS4grads is designed for students who aspire to graduate to a great career or graduate school. The same presentation and communication strategies that work for seasoned executives will increase your opportunity for success in your interview process.
inPSYCHS graduates have received great offers from:
Pizza Hut Corporate headquarters Mary Kay Cosmetics Corporate headquarters Universal McCann National media agency The Richards Group National advertising agency Sullivan Perkins National design firm Baylor Hospital Foundation Medical foundation RealPage Real estate management systems Euro RSCG Public Relations Chase Banking services Stanford MBA Johns Hopkins Masters, International Business NYU Dental School University of Texas, Houston Dental School
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How much is your investment in coaching worth?
For the graduate clients of our inPSYCHS program, their results have generated 10 times their investment in salary, and that is just for their first year in business.
Employers are getting thousands of job applications for each opening they have and they simply don’t have the time to read every resume. If yours doesn’t grab them instantly, it will be filed quickly . . . in the circular file called “Trash.”
Can your cell phone improve your chances to get hired?
Now you can get the advantages of proven tools and processes to help you win job offers in the way that best meets your needs...
Imagine what it would feel like to walk into an interview and feel completely comfortable with the way you present yourself. You would know exactly how to best connect with the person interviewing you. No question would throw you, because you have the tools to answer anything they throw at you . . .
Melinda offers workshops for colleges, grad schools, alumni associations and student organizations on what it takes to win great career offers. Based on her years of experience as a coach for graduates, she shares insights that can make the difference between winning a great opportunity or getting another rejection letter.
Ever wonder why a promising lead never turned into a job offer? Do you have second thoughts about the way you answer questions in an interview? Wish you could read minds to see what kind of first impression you really make on decision makers?