• Career Exploration:  By identifying and leveraging your Strengths, Values and Purpose, we'll design a pragmatic road map for new career possibilities.  This will be based on a newfound knowledge of your strengths, resources and options to drive substantive results.
  • Strategic Job Search:  Based on your professional and life priorities, we'll develop a focused action plan to rapidly maximize your approach.  By designing a strategy that fits your life, we will get results fast! 
  • Building an Authentic Professional Network:  Utilizing the latest resources, we'll create a highly actionable strategy to  cultivate authentic relationships for long-term career capital.  And this will be a networking approach that fits with your strengths and your life!
  • Resumes & Cover Letters:  Integrating your strengths, personal brand and career goals, we will ensure you have the resources to create messaging and professional documents that stand out from the rest.
  • LinkedIn Coaching:  With 87% of recruiters using LinkedIn and the rise of teleworking, your networking and job search strategy must include having a polished, compelling LinkedIn presence.  Work with a coach trained in social media profile writing to ensure that not only does your profile stand-out but that you are using all that LinkedIn offers to get noticed by human resources, peers and thought leaders.
  • Interviews, Follow-Up & Salary Negotiation:  Learn how to approach this with confidence and ease with thorough preparation, insider's tricks and strengths-based answers to increase your odds for landing the job and securing maximize compensation.  We will prep and practice together to land the position!
  • Career Advancement:  Navigating internal growth, management challenges and leadership opportunities with a strength-based lens, together we'll build a strategy for career and life happiness.  

​Keynote Speaker at the Alumni Career Services Network National Conference

Workshops, Presentations, Keynote Talks, Webinars

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Presenter at Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Coaching sessions can focus on one of these areas or integrate many of these topics below depending on your specific needs.

​All services from Career Happiness Coaching are highly customizable to meet specific individual and organizational needs.  I offer complimentary consultations to discuss your professional goals and my approach to career happiness.  Contact Career Happiness Coaching for information on services and fees.

Sample Presentation Topics:

  • Strength Based Career Advancement
  • Mindfulness in Career Building
  • Building Your Career Capital Portfolio
  • Resumes that Get Pulled from the Pile
  • Stop Using the Word Passion:  Concise and Compelling Cover Letters
  • Leveraging LinkedIn: Insider Tips
  • "Close the Deal" Interviewing 
  • Money Matters...but it's more than just dollars:  Compensation Negotiation
  • Integration of Positive Psychology within Career Development

Individual Career Coaching 

Denise Riebman Keynote Speaker

Presenter at the National Career Development Association National Conference

Training Topics

Formats: Workshops (From 1 hour to full day); Keynote Talks; Webinars (1-2 hours) 

I have been fortunate enough to do my trainings for a lot of great organizations.  Download a list of my training topics and see which ones might work best for your Team.

Highlights of Who Has Used Career Happiness Training to Inspire Individual Potential & Workplace Flourishing:

Federal Agencies:  Peace Corps; CIA; GAO; NIH; Federal Reserve; Corporation for National and Community Service
Nonprofits:  International Finance Corporation, The World Bank; Urban Land Institute ; American Institute of Architects; Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Universities:  Syracuse University; University of Arizona; John Hopkins Carey Business School; University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business
National & Global Conferences:  World Congress on Positive Psychology; National Career Development Association; National Association of Colleges and Employers