Gail McMeekin, LICSW is a national executive, career, and creativity coach as well as a licensed psychotherapist and writer located in Boston. She has over 30 years of experience helping people to vision and achieve their personal, professional, and creative goals. She coaches clients about how to leverage their creative ideas into heart-felt, prosperous businesses and fulfilled lives. She is the author of The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women: A Portable Mentor (Conari Press, 2000) which sold out its first printing in 8 weeks and will be released as a 10th anniversary edition in November along with a brand new companion Journal called The 12 Secrets of Creative Women Journal . Her new book The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women: A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women was released in August 2011.
She also wrote The Power of Positive Choices (Conari Press, 2001) which won the Living in Balance magazine Award. She also wrote the 90-minute audiocassette workshop-on-tape Positive Choices: From Stress to Serenity which has been featured in Human Resource Executive, Training, The Improper Bostonian and The Lifestyle Book of Tufts Associated Health Plan. She is the author of two e-books: Boost Your Creativity, Productivity, and Profits in 21 Steps, and The Path to Creative Success, and as well as a beautiful deck of Creativity Courage Cards.
Her work has been featured on television and radio as well as in major publications such as Investor’s Business Daily, National Business Employment Weekly, Boston Business Journal, Redbook, Shape, Woman’s Day, Health, The Boston Globe, One Spirit Book club, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Sunday New York Times. She was also an AOL Career Center Leader on Success Strategies for five years and she co-created and co-hosted a television series called “Professionals in Transition” in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Her company, Creative Success, LLC works with individuals and groups on ways to maximize creative self-expression, the pursuit of fulfilling work, and to experience positive living. She has worked on career development and outplacement projects with organizations in a variety of fields, such as New England Telephone Company, Fidelity Investments, State Street Bank, Bank of New England, Boston College, etc. She currently trains creativity coaches for the Creativity Coaching Association. Gail has been a guest speaker at bookstores all over the country as well as at women’s and other business conferences.
Gail has a B.A. from Connecticut College, an M.S.W. from Boston University, and a certificate in Human Resource Management from Bentley College. She also completed the coursework for The Coaches Training Institute in California. She has coached and trained clients in executive and career development and outplacement, creativity, positive life choices, stress management, positive management strategies, time management, professional development, and women’s business development. She is a member of the Association of Career Professionals and the Creativity Coaching Association. She has helped thousands of people action-plan their way to success and balance. Her website is http://www.creativesuccess.com and Gail can be reached at 617-323-1442.
Date: Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
Time: 8:00 pm EDT
Time: 8:00 pm EDT