Season 1, Episode 14
Career Change Later in Life: How to Move through it Successfully
Joyce Dillon, RN, MN
Guest: Joyce Dillon, RN, MN
Joyce Dillon, RN, MN is a highly skilled and certified life purpose coach and transition expert, author and speaker who helps professional women and men entrepreneurs, and leaders live and work from their highest self with authenticity, clarity, and purpose.
Her integrative, transformational coaching helps her clients identify their life purpose, change their core beliefs, and achieve mindfulness, and both mental and physical wellness through mind/body medicine, psychology, and intuitive painting.
As a master-level nurse, Joyce worked as a clinical director and nurse consultant for several mental health programs in Manhattan and Atlanta. She launched one of Atlanta’s first holistic wellness centers to help people to effect change in their mind, body, and spirit.
As a former travel, incentive and meeting industry professional, she partnered with major corporations including Kellogg, Subaru, and The Carter Presidential Center, culminating in the opportunity to work with the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
Using her therapeutic training and business experience, Joyce helps her clients transform old beliefs and thinking patterns, and navigate successfully life’s losses and transitions through one-on-one coaching, group coaching, workshops, and retreats.
About This Episode
Today many professionals are healthy enough to stay in the workforce longer, but most often don’t want to keep the same pace or stay on the same career path. The desire to make a career change at a later stage in life can be equally terrifying and exhilarating. Join Jennifer and Life Purpose Coach Joyce Dillon as they discuss ways to help others move through the situation with greater confidence.