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to develop a culture that fosters trust and risk taking, and which provides employees the opportunity to acquire skills and competencies necessary for business in the global marketplace. Deeta Lonergan is a strategic coach, career counselor, corporate trainer and management consultant, focusing on empowering individuals and organizations to thrive during transitions. Coaching, collaboration, teaming, leadership and management development, creativity and strategic partnerships are focal points of her work. Deeta founded Career Transitions in 1989 to promote and expand career development for individuals and organizations in Alaska and the western U.S. She provides coaching and career counseling to individuals and groups. She offers classes in Reinventing Your Career and Refocusing: Mastering the Art of Self-Renewal that are open to the public. She is a consultant and trainer to businesses and organizations. She coaches senior executives and their management teams. Prior to becoming a consultant, she spent twenty-four years in higher education as a counselor, professor and academic dean at the community college and university level. Deeta assists organizations to attract, develop and retain talent. She trains employees to draft development plans and hold development discussions. She trains managers and supervisors to coach employees. She is a popular facilitator for communication skills, learning styles, conflict resolution, team building and change/transition management. Deeta is active in the American Society for Training and Development ( ASTD ), The National Career Development Association ( NCDA ), the Society for Human Resource Management ( SHRM ) and The American Counseling Association ( ACA ). A frequent presenter at national and regional conferences, she has been a popular repeat speaker to the California Career Conference, International Career Conference, National Career Development Association Conference, American Counseling Association Conference, the Society of Human Resource Management Conference, and the Clemson University Professional Development for Women Conference. She is regularly featured on the national radio program The Career Clinic. Presently she serves on the board of the Alliance for the Support of American Legion Baseball in Alaska. Deeta holds a Master of Education degree in College Student Personnel Administration from Western Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts in German and Secondary Education from the University of Portland. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor, a Certified Sports Counselor, a Career Development Facilitator Instructor, and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator certified. She was directly trained and mentored by Richard N. Bolles, author of the best selling book What Color Is Your Parachute? She completed the Third International Gestalt Symposium on Systems and Organization Development and consults internationally. Alaska State Dept of Transportation - Alyeska Pipeline Service Company - Alyeska Resort - Anchorage School District - ARCO Alaska - Boys and Girls Club - BP/AMOCO - Bureau of Land Management - Campfire Chugach Council - Chenega Corporation - Chugachmuit - Doyon Drilling - Federal Women's Programs - GCI - Human Affairs of Alaska - Merced County ( CA ) Dept of Education - National Bank of Alaska - NANA Marriott - National Park Service - The Nature Conservancy - Quantum Corporation - San Joaquin County ( CA ) Dept of Education - University of Alaska Anchorage - University of Alaska Statewide - US Department of the Interior - US Minerals Management - US Postal Service - Wood Group Gas Turbines, Inc
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A+
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Hours
Regular Hours

Neighborhood
Midtown
AKA

Deeta Lonergan

Lonergan Deeta

Categories
Career & Vocational Counseling, Employment Agencies, Marriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors, Resume Service

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