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MIT Sloan Alumni Online: Gayle Grader
Career Changeability

This session is for alumni thinking about making a career switch. We will provide a framework to help you identify the type and degree of change you want to make and discuss the success factors needed to make a career change. You will also learn how to create connectivity between what you have done in the past and what you want to do in the future, which is a vital first step to helping both your network and target employers understand how your past experience is relevant to your new direction.

Feb 14, 2019 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Gayle Grader
Director, Executive Career Development @MIT Sloan School of Management
Gayle Grader oversees an annual portfolio of 350+ executives enrolled in the Sloan Fellows MBA and Executive MBA programs. She and her team also provide coaching and career development support to Sloan’s alumni community. Through her current role and earlier private career and executive coaching practice, Gayle has acquired thousands of hours of competency assessment and coaching experience working with senior business executives and emerging business leaders. When not coaching individuals, Gayle has also consulted to businesses from Fortune 500 companies to startups. The combination of her coaching and advisory work enables her to help executives strategically navigate career transitions from self-discovery to market alignment to negotiating and closing offers. Gayle has an MA in International Relations with a focus on economics and international business from George Washington University and is a Certified Executive Coach through the ICF-accredited Center for Executive Coaching.