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"If I hadn't been working with Diane all this time, things would have been much worse and my recovery time would have been brutal or non-existent."

— Vice President, Major Financial Lender


Careers for Causes: an intense and provocative learning experience specially tailored for young professionals offering a new way of developing as leaders and navigating careers.

Accelerate your skills to grow as an emerging leader and someone who makes a difference.

Your career matters, so make the most of it by taking deliberate actions toward the impact you want to make earlier than later.

Who Should Attend
Twentysomethings working in business, for non-profits, interns, graduate students or in career transition seeking to be more productive, prepared for leadership roles and inspired about their career – with less stress!

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn to take control of your day, life and career
  • Recognize strengths that support your goals and habits that sabotage them
  • Identify areas for personal development that will help you work independently and with a mentor or boss to shape your leadership style to:
    • Identify what motivates you
    • Make and influence decisions
    • Communicate your ideas
    • Manage stress & pressure
    • Resolve conflict & overcome obstacles

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Proceeds support people in S.E. Michigan with Multiple Sclerosis. Valued at $225, a minimum donation of $75 is requested, payable to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.

Ask Your Employer, A Mentor Or Family Member To Sponsor You – Fee is Tax-deductable!

Use this unique learning and networking opportunity to create awareness and support for a cause of your choice.

Assessment Sponsor You will receive a comprehensive Enneagram Personality Assessment compliments of Integrative Enneagram Solutions

About the Facilitator:
Diane Ring, owner of Ring Results, is a veteran executive coach with over 20 years of experience helping individuals, leaders, and executives across all generations be productive and thrive in their careers. She works extensively with high potential talent and executives in Fortune 1000 organizations and is an accredited teacher of the Enneagram through the International Enneagram Association. Her strong belief in “giving back” has contributed to an established record of community and non-profit leadership service and is thrilled to launch Careers for Causes in partnership with ALPFA and KPMG.

Diane brings extensive multi-generational research and personality development knowledge to her work with twentysomethings. She is passionate about educating young adults about decision-making so they can be more self-reflective about their behavior and career strategy in the most defining decade of their lives.

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