Hey Brilliant Beauty, I’m Shelli Warren. Welcome to SheConnex!
I serve women who are ready
to shift from ho-hum jobs
to worthwhile work.
Have you been downsized? Are you feeling insecure about the future of your employment? Are you craving a way out? Are you dreaming of worthwhile work that allows you to play to your strengths and fuel your soul?
I’m a Biz*Career*Leadership Coach who specializes in helping women design a meaningful ENCORE CAREER.
○ Design your DREAM JOB
○ Play to you STRENGTHS
○ Get PAID for your Brilliance
○ Create an Exit Strategy
○ SCREW the 9 – 5 Workplace & Create your own Idea of the Ideal Work Day
You really can create an Encore Career that feeds your purpose and your family.
I coach Women on how to build a brand by becoming the best version of themselves so they can get noticed for their uniqueness, and get paid for their brilliance.
Your Exit Strategy:
We will design an Exit Strategy that gives you just enough runway to plan your leap into your next career adventure.
○ You will learn how grow a reputation that converts to becoming the best candidate for new career opportunities.
○ You’ll have the confidence, and action plan to go after that dream job.
Your Transferable & Marketable Skills:
○ Learn how to build a brand that attracts raving fans, great teams & customers.
○ Learn how to build an on-line presence, with class
○ Learn how to network on-line and in-person successfully, that leads to community support, respect, collaborations and ideal opportunities.
So WHY Work With Me?
My greatest joy is helping women succeed.
I’ve seen too many women stop before they start because they lack the confidence to truly go after their dream job. Too often they settle for what they have.
They give themselves pep talks in the car simply to find the courage to head on into the grind for another shift, another meeting, another performance review where they are told they are not contributing to their fullest potential. They already knew that.
They play second fiddle to the needs of others and are waiting for someday. They think they are not ready to have the career they dream of. Yet they want more. They are beginning to resent their jobs.