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Managing Your Career with Intentionality (presented by WIT)

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December 7, 2020
11:00am – 12:30pm ET


We are living in an unpredictable world right now. Job security is important.  Managing your career is always important and is imperative in our changing, uncertain, and hard-to-predict market conditions.  This session offered some thoughts and tools to guide your efforts. 


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Marsha Clark, Executive Coach and Independent Consultant.

Marsha Clark is an executive coach and independent consultant who founded her own company in 2000. 

Marsha’s extensive experience in these crucial workplace issues helps her develop and deliver highly-interactive, powerful learning experiences. Her professional certifications include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (preferences), BrainStyles ® (decision-making ), Thomas-Kilmann Indicator-TKI ® (conflict management), and Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation™-Behavior (group/team dynamics).  Marsha is also certified to deliver the Organization Workshop (system dynamics) from Power+Systems and the Lominger/Korn Ferry Voices® 360 instrument (leadership).

Marsha's passion is supporting women in their personal and professional development.  She has gained international acclaim for her programs that enable women to explore, discover and optimize their potential.  One of the offerings, a 12-month program called the POWER of Self, combines experiential learning and individual coaching, and provides an opportunity for women to gain greater personal clarity and a strategic framework for making more deliberate choices in all dimensions of their lives.

In partnership with Dottie Gandy, Marsha has co-authored a book entitled Choose! The Role That Choice Plays in Shaping Women’s Lives (Brown Books 2004).  Marsha has also been featured in several books, including Powering Up: How America’s Women Achievers Become Leaders (Anne Doyle, 2011), Women of North Texas (Moor, 2003), and Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things (Voci, 2005).  In addition, she has been featured in various publications featuring accomplished executives.

Marsha’s dedication and ground-breaking work in the field of women’s leadership development continues to garner attention. She received the DFW ATW Woman in Technology award for 2014 (the first time the award was ever given.) And, she is a recipient of the Champion of Diversity award from UT Dallas in 2013. For more information on Marsha, visit