Linda Sollars, MA, GCDFi
LINDA'S COACHING STYLE
I provide a safe space to explore your individual strengths and values with intent as a strong support to move forward successfully.
I take my role as your coach very seriously. My clients are my peers; successful, intelligent, self-aware, and always know what is best for them.
I listen, reflect, ask questions, and provide perspective and options to empower success and recognize passion.
The signature strengths of Positive Psychology are a great resource to encourage honest development of your passion and create specific and quantifiable steps toward significant growth.
Open your arms to change but don't let go of your values
~ Dalai Lama
LINDA SOLLARS, MA, GCDFi
Linda Sollars is one of Denver's most well know job-seeking consultants and provides her inspiring, heartfelt and common-sense approach to job development. She has transformed the focus of individuals, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and businesses.
As President of Creating Purpose, a coaching and consulting firm in Golden, Colorado, she works with individuals and businesses in defining their personal brand, addressing a multigenerational workforce, stress management, Encore Careers, and aligning their strengths with a solid foundation of purpose, quality and success. She provides individual sessions and workshops.
She spent 20 years in senior level marketing positions before transitioning into career coaching and has been a featured panelist on CBS, Channel 4, Beating the Recession, featured expert on ABC, Channel 9, Get Me A Job! and the national forum, Careerwell. Her workshops and keynotes extend to government, non-profit and private business regionally and nationally.
Linda is an Affiliate Professor at Regis University, holds an advanced certification from Univeristy of Denver in Organizational Training and Development and carries the Global Career Development Facilitator Instructor certification. She offers semester-long CDF courses for businesses and individuals.
She is the recipient of the Rich Feller Award for career development practitioners in Colorado and has been selected to the national Leadership Acadamy for the National Career Development Association. She sits on the Colorado Career Development Association Board and is Board emeritus of the University College Alumni Board of the University of Denver.
Let's ask "What is right about you?" to uncover your strengths, values, and develop a strong support for a good quality of life.
-Martin Seligman (Father of Positive Psychology)