Sarah andrus speaking

live AUDIENCEs from 10 to thousands

Sarah andrus speaking

live AUDIENCES from 10 to thousands

I’ve spoken at over 100 live events to groups ranging from 10 to well over 1,000 attendees, with diverse audiences including corporate sales organizations, women’s entrepreneurship programs, college & university classes, professional organizations, and local community groups.  I’ve been told by my clients that my style is energetic and motivating. And, perhaps most important,  participants have told me that I have inspired them to move beyond motivation into action.

Vector Marketing Corporation/Cutco Cutlery, the American Marketing Association, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Dove Chocolate Discoveries, and DECA, among many others, have been kind enough to trust me with their audiences, and to deliver a message that is current, relevant, and one that keeps the audience engaged and involved.  I love doing this work and consider it a privilege to share what I know about building a successful career with others.

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CLIENTS Who Found Their career fit

Going through the process of being laid off can be very traumatic. It was for me. Luckily, after just a few weeks of being unemployed, a mutual friend told me I should meet Sarah. I had never used a career coach before, and wasn’t really sure what they did. Sarah’s warm personality and compassionate approach made it easy to trust her right away. Previously in her career she had worked for several large companies, met with much success, and yet knew first-hand what it feels like to get laid off.

My first task was to take the Birkman Assessment. Sarah and I went over the results and I re-discovered several things about myself that I had lost over 15 years of working for the same company. Sarah helped me to take inventory of my skills and my passions which put me on a completely different career path. She gave me homework after every meeting, which added much needed structure to my week. After several sessions with Sarah I felt back on my feet again and full of confidence to start the next chapter of my career.

I currently split my time between academic research and being the owner of a small chemical consulting business. I’m happier than I’ve been in at least a decade, and I owe a large debt to Sarah for helping me navigate through this time of disequilibrium.

Chris J.Wilmington, DE

2018-08-08T16:47:32+00:00

Chris J.Wilmington, DE

Going through the process of being laid off can be very traumatic. It was for me. Luckily, after just a few weeks of being unemployed, a mutual friend told me I should meet Sarah. I had never used a career coach before, and wasn’t really sure what they did. Sarah’s warm personality and compassionate approach made it easy to trust her right away. Previously in her career she had worked for several large companies, met with much success, and yet knew first-hand what it feels like to get laid off. My first task was to take the Birkman Assessment. Sarah and I went over the results and I re-discovered several things about myself that I had lost over 15 years of working for the same company. Sarah helped me to take inventory of my skills and my passions which put me on a completely different career path. She gave me homework after every meeting, which added much needed structure to my week. After several sessions with Sarah I felt back on my feet again and full of confidence to start the next chapter of my career. I currently split my time between academic research and being the owner of a small chemical consulting business. I’m happier than I’ve been in at least a decade, and I owe a large debt to Sarah for helping me navigate through this time of disequilibrium.

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