Connect with Executive Coach and Rutgers Alum, Melody Wilding Thursday, June 17th at 7pm
*Attendance for Honors College students will count for 2 HC Serves service hours*
Honors College students, RU student-athletes, and Douglass students have a special opportunity this summer to connect with Melody Wilding, LMSW, a Rutgers College and Honors Program Alum, with a masters from Columbia and a decade of executive coaching experience with hundreds of private clients, from CEOs and Fortune 500 executives at Google and Facebook to leaders from the US Department of Education, the Federal Reserve, and the United Nations. She has been named one of Business Insider’s “Most Innovative Coaches” and is a professor of human behavior at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College in New York. Melody writes regularly for Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Quartz, and Business Insider. Her advice has been featured in the New York Times, The Cut, Oprah Magazine, NBC News, US News and World Report, and more.
Honors College students have the opportunity to receive a complimentary copy of Melody’s new book, “Trust Yourself”, as well as meet with Melody this Summer at a Rutgers-only event talking about her new book and the following topics:
• Achieving confidence and overcoming imposter syndrome.
• Finding your voice to speak and act with assertiveness.
• Building resilience and bouncing back from setbacks.
• Enjoying your success without sacrificing your well-being.
• How to serve as a supportive leader and teammate.
As Melody says, “It’s time to break free from stress, perfectionism, and self-doubt so you can find the confidence to work and lead effectively.”
If you’re interested in learning about Melody’s client’s experiences and how they used actionable tools to cut through stress, identify their purpose, and found the confidence to be true to themselves, than this book and event access opportunity is for you.
Register here by Tuesday, May 18th 11:59pm to receive your free copy of Melody Wilding’s book (sponsored by the Honors College), “Trust Yourself”, and reserve your spot at her Rutgers event on June 17th at 7pm.
Books will be shipped directly to the address you provide and you should have at least 2 weeks to read prior to the event (shipments can go to domestic and international addresses).