Would your organization, alumni association or industry conference benefit from career development? Get a sense for my unique style and approach with this clip viewed over 3 million times on YouTube. Helping people achieve career satisfaction and success is my passion. Through speaking engagements, I’ve assisted individuals, corporate employees, symposium attendees and university alums in taking control of their careers.
- Find Your Passion
- Explore Your Purpose and Find Your Right Livelihood
- Working Smarter Not Harder
- Expand Your Network, Expand Your Opportunities
- Setting SMART Goals (WATCH A RECENT SPEAKING CLIP)
- Leveraging Change to Move Your Career Forward
Topics are always customized to the specific needs and goals of the organization and attendees. Fees depend upon nature and requirements of the event. Contact me below to learn more or book my speaking services for your upcoming conference, association meeting or networking event.
Sample Client List:
PepsiCo, Random House, Inc., Columbia University, The Forte Foundation, Credit Suisse, CIGNA, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Diageo N.A., Villanova University, American University and Advertising Women of New York
Hire/Inquire about Speaking Services:
Please send an email to Speaking@MaggieMistal.com
Kind Words from Happy Audiences
Maggie just did a webinar entitled Empowering Yourself to Create Your Ideal Career. It was fantastic! Maggie is knowledgeable, motivational and passionate about helping. Thanks! It was great.
I just wanted to send along my sincere appreciation for giving such an amazing keynote at Caroline’s. Being a graduate student, it seems as if I’ve received so much networking advice over the past six years. However, your talk brought the concept of networking to a much more relevant level. You really understand social media and its power in making us more competitive candidates when we enter the work force. After collecting so much generic advice over the years, it was refreshing to hear someone speak my language and talk about the importance of maintaining an online presence (something I love, anyway) and keeping in contact with networks (something I struggle with, but wasn’t aware of until you mentioned it).
I run a online listserve dedicated to career networking issues for parents in my Brooklyn community. Many of our members were at a crossroads in their career and struggling with work/family balance issues – asking themselves, “What’s Next for My Career?”. Maggie put together a fantastic, spot on presentation that really resonated with our group. The highlight was her “hands on” workshop style. Instead of simply presenting material and sending the participants away with “homework”, she uses the time together to actively explore the topics. The “sound” of 35 people quietly thinking and writing their “Mission & Vision” statements was very powerful. Then, she offered people the opportunity to read their statements and get feedback from her in real time.
Maggie’s presentation was just the tip of the iceberg. Our members were so fired up by the event, a group of 15 people continue to meet monthly to discuss and actively work on their career goals and challenges.