Everyone comes to a place in their life and career where they may feel stuck and unsure of how to get out of their rut. Madelaine Weiss, clinical social worker and executive, career and life coach, shares her G.R.E.A.T. process with Mark Yacano in this episode of Erasing the Stigma. Madelaine shares real-life examples of how people, particularly lawyers, have made positive transformations in their lives and found sustainable happiness.
Madelaine Claire Weiss is an LICSW, MBA, BCC (Board Certified Executive, Career, Life Coach), blogger, podcast guest expert, co-author in “Handbook of Stressful Transition Across the Lifespan” and author of the forthcoming, "Getting to G.R.E.A.T: 5-Step Strategy for Work and Life…Based on Science and True Stories" — a lively, practical guidebook for living with a proven method that has already changed many lives. Her work experience includes mental health practice Administrative Director/Psychotherapist, corporate Chief Organizational Development Officer, and Associate Director of the Anatomical Gift Program at Harvard Medical School. At Harvard, she designed and delivered training programs for the Center for Workplace Learning and Performance. Trained in Psychodynamics at Harvard, in Organizational Dynamics at BU, and in Executive, Career, Life Coaching with Erickson International—Madelaine helps high achievers learn how to manage their minds so they can have more hours in the day, more peace of mind, more freedom and fulfillment—maintaining high performance without burning out!
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