Enterprises, LLC is a career and life development firm that promotes
empowerment to individuals, groups and corporations through interactive
workshops, individual and group coaching.
mission is to help people enhance their assets, careers and lives
using thought provoking discussion, feedback and cutting edge
career management techniques.
Enterprises coaches individuals and teams looking to enhance their interaction, communication and rapport building skills. These services are ideal for teams separated by location (domestic or international). Our programs allow for better interaction and more effective working relationships with each other, which in turn results in happier and more productive work environments. Clients will experience feedback on their communication style and will learn the most effective language to engage co-workers and customers.
Enterprises workplace communication and interaction training focus on coaching individuals and teams so that they can become more powerful:
you are just starting out in a career, planning to return to the
workplace, or seeking a change, we are here to help you understand
your needs and to provide you with the necessary tools for a successful
Enterprises will offer you a dynamic, powerful and fun experience
by providing you the following:
Excellent job preparedness and search skills
2. Honest and meaningful feedback
3. Masterful interviewing techniques
4. Support, guidance and help whenever you need it!
Transition Enterprises takes its role as part of the community seriously.
From community events to assisting with non-profit organizations, our President, Jeanie Coomber tries her best to assist with as many worthwhile causes as possible.
Jeanie Coomber and her running partner Maria McKeon (pictured at right along with Donna Lyn Giegerich and the Editor of More Magazine, Peggy Northrop) ran 13 miles in Central Park as the "Donna Lyn Dynamo's" for a good friend and colleague Donna Lyn Giegerich. Donna is an exercise enthusiast and health advocate who was diagnosed with a rare cancer Leiomyosarcoma in late 2006.
Through their efforts they raised $3,000 for the Donna Lyn Giegerich Fund through the National Leiomyosarcoma Foundation and had the opportunity of meeting with the Editor of More Magazine. Donna Lyn continues her quest for health and well-being and is an advocate for Cancer Survivors through various organizations. Check out her website at www.donnalyn.org
On January 27, 2008 at Equinox in New York City, the "Spin4Survival" event for the DL Dynamo's raised over $650,000 for Sloan Kettering Cancer Research!
Our team, again lead by Donna Lyn spent the entire day spinning to raise funding and awareness around all Cancers.
Check out the website for more information www.spin4survival.org
We strongly encourage you to do your part as well!
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