Coach Bio

Barbara Berger, CPC, CCC - Certified Career Coach & Professional Coach

As a former Hiring Manager for an HR Outsourcing company, I reviewed thousands of resumes and interviewed hundreds of candidates for everything from hourly to executive-level positions. What does that mean for you as a client?  It means I am fantastic at asking questions.  Hard questions.  And I am even better at listening (I mean really listening) to what your responses mean.  Asking the tough questions and partnering with you to excavate the answers is how we will determine what makes the CORE of your Career Wellness strong.  Then, we create a plan to bring things into alignment.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve had an obsession with how people choose their vocation. (Reading career development books like most people read novels isn’t a sickness, is it?) Even while working as in the advertising industry (prior to my role as Hiring Manager) I worked with students struggling to declare their major.  I delivered workshops to high school and college students about the career discovery process and launched a website to support their needs.

I bring over 20 years’ experience in corporate, small-business and entrepreneurial organizations.  I have a BA in Communications/Journalism from Shippensburg University of PA and trained and earned my Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Certified Career Coach (CCC) certifications at World Coach Institute.  WCI is one of the top ICF (International Coach Federation)-accredited schools and I uphold all accepted and established ethical standards as required by the ICF.


Free Consultation


This 30 minute call is a great way to explore how the coaching process works with no strings attached. During the call, we’ll talk about why you are considering career coaching and you will learn how I am able to support you in creating the change and results that you want. If nothing else, you’ll walk away with ideas and strategies from a career development professional that you didn’t have prior to the call.

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