Lecture | April 15 | 6:30-8 p.m. | UC Berkeley Extension (Golden Bear Center), Room 207
Marty Nemko, host of the weekly radio program Work with Marty Nemko on KALW-FM
Some people feel like marionettes: pulled by external forces, with too little control over how they live their life, at work and outside of work. Other people arent even sure how theyd want to live their life. Still other people know what theyd ideally like but cant pull the trigger on making it happen. Or theyre frustrated because they get less done than they wish they could.
In this presentation, career coach Dr. Marty Nemko will offer practical, potent, yet not obvious strategies and tactics to help you get more of what you want done, and with less stress. This is his fourth public lecture at UC Berkeley Extension.
About the speaker:
Marty Nemko is host of the weekly radio program Work with Marty Nemko on KALW-FM. Called "career coach extraordinaire" by U.S. News and World Report, he has written extensively on career topics for national media, published 12 books including Careers for Dummies, and spent six years as a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. Nemko says his ideas about work are strongly shaped by his real-life experiences over the years as a career and personal coach to over 5,000 people. He holds a Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley in educational psychology.