Renée Lee Rosenberg, MA, LMHC
Renée presents on a variety of career, executive coaching, and work-life balance issues including positive interventions for less stressful work situations and helping millennials and boomers to understand each other at work.
See Renée’s list of speech topics under Speeches. She has presented both opening and closing keynotes at various venues throughout the U.S. and has spoken internationally in Germany, Holland and France.
World speaker, Chris Davidson testimonial of Renée’s presentation at the PSA-Holland conference in Leiden, Netherlands, March 2016.
Renée is skilled in multicultural and multigenerational employment issues. She has coached Japanese executives in New York and Tokyo helping them acclimate to the American business culture. She assists C-Suite leaders to implement strategies for improving intergenerational communication problems.
Achieving The Good Life After 50: Tools And Resources For Making It Happen Available from Amazon.com
CAREER TRANSITION & CAREER MANAGEMENT
Renée has an MA in counseling and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with over twenty years’ experience in career transition and career management counseling. She maintains a private practice in NYC as well as a virtual career coaching group.
Renée is an executive board member of the National Speakers Association, NYC (NSA-NYC), former Vice President and program chair of NY chapter of the International Association of Career Professionals (IACP). Renée serves on the executive board of The Career Development Specialists Network, is a member of the National Career Development Association, The Association of Psychological Type, NY, and is a Master Certified Career coach.
Quoted in Online and Print Media, 2016
“The Millennials Balancing Their Parents’ Job Searches With Their Own” (The Atlantic, 2016)
“How To Stay Positive Job Searching After 50″ (Forbes, 2016)
“Getting Past ‘Overqualified’ In A Job Interview” (Fortune, 2015)
“Am I Too Old To Get A Great Job?” (Women’s World, 2015)
Five O’Clock Club, Renee Rosenberg, featured in FORBES (The Five O’Clock Club, 2013)
Forbes: How To Get A Job When You’re Over 50 (Forbes, 2010)
ABC Eyewitness News: Over 40 And Unemployed (ABC Eyewitness News, 2012)
Dylan Ratigan Show: From Bad To Worse For The Unemployed? (NBC News, 2010)
To Moonlight or Not?
The LA Times, The Washington Post, The New York Daily News, The Westchester News, The Five O’Clock News, Health and Wellness Magazine, Yoga Journal. Interviews in broadcast media: ABC Eyewitness News, NY1, MSNBC and Italian News Television.
Reneé talking about her philosophy of gratitude on Italian TV.
MASTER CERTIFIED CAREER COACH
Focus includes transition and career coaching for lawyers, creative artists, IT professionals, individuals over-fifty, any person who feels stuck in their career transition, or is wondering what to do when they retire. Former faculty member of NYU Center for Career, Education and Life Planning. Career workshop presenter Baruch College and Pace University. Qualified to administer and interpret various skills and interests inventories, including the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Personality Assessment.
Renée is also an accomplished studio jeweler in New York City.