RebeccaLeder-knock

Rebecca Otis Leder

Career Educator, Author, Strategic Advisor

http://www.theknockmethod.com

Rebecca Otis Leder is passionate about bringing people together, online and offline, to drive action and create change. Rebecca serves as a mentor for graduates and career changers, she is the author of KNOCK: How to Open Doors and Build Career Relationships that Matter, and has taught over 600 students and young professionals her 5 step method for building high quality career relationships: The Knock Method®. Rebecca is a career educator, an instructional designer and facilitator of professional development workshops, and a strategic advisor for companies large and small focused on innovative workforce and talent development learning experiences where individuals create meaningful careers through high quality relationship building strategies.

Rebecca has inspired students and professionals through speaking and teaching at Salesforce, Amazon, BlogHer, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, JewishColorado, Silicon Valley Jewish High Tech Community, Denver Scholarship Foundation, University of Texas at Austin, UW-Madison, and Loyola and DePaul Universities. A former award-winning blogger, she founded a small business marketing consultancy at the age of 26 in Austin, Texas, when she was named a Rising Star Finalist for the Austin Business Journal Profiles in Power Women of Influence awards. Let's connect:
@TheRebeccaLeder
Linkedin.in/rebeccaotisleder
www.theknockmethod.com

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The Great Resignation: Considering a career change? Here’s the single most important question to answer

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1 Thing I Didn’t Expect to Think About When Planning My Wedding

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