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Reginald Jackson Sr

Reginald is a United States Marine Corps veteran and served on active duty for more than 20 years. Since retiring from the Corps in 2007, he has held various leadership positions in the IT industry, to include consulting and project management. His education includes a B.S. in Computer Information Systems and an MBA (with a focus in project management). He's currently a doctoral student studying consulting, leadership development, and coaching. Reginald is a member of the International Coach Federation and has also served as a Mentor Coach; training others in the profession of coaching.

The Easiest Thing About Networking

The Easiest Thing About Networking

For some of us, the thought of going to a networking event conjures up images of a blind date gone bad. Maybe you’re uncomfortable at the notion of going someplace where you won’t know anyone, and maybe you’re scared to death of what may (or may not) happen. When you go to a networking event, […]

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Why It’s Never Too Late To Go Back To School

Why It's Never Too Late to go Back to School

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” but let me tell you, not having the capacity to learn “new tricks” isn’t the issue. It’s more about having the desire. The truth of the matter is, they actually learn something every day. So do you! Think for a moment […]

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Career Coach vs Executive Coach: What’s the Difference?

Career Coach vs. Executive Coach: What's the Difference?

Are you struggling to figure out your next career move? Maybe you are a manager or business leader and want to feel more confident in your leadership? Perhaps it’s a bit of both. If so, coaching is a wise investment. Understanding the different types of coaches out there and deciding what kind of coach you […]

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