Peter Jacobs brings to his clients over 14
years cumulative business experience up to the manager and director
level at Arthur Young, Price Waterhouse, Intel, and a
high-tech start-up. Since 2001, he has helped hundreds of MBA's
and professionals to successfully build fulfilling careers, succeed on-the-job, and market their services.
made several career changes himself, including
starting his own coaching practice, Peter has experienced
first-hand the kinds of challenges and opportunities
you face in your own company or career.
7 years of experience living and working outside of the
U.S. particularly positions him to help professionals build
are thousands of coaches. Some do personal and life coaching.
Peter's focus is specifically on careers
and their role in enabling you to meet your personal aspirations. His goal is to be of service to
you in the development of your career as either an employee or "solopreneur."
the course of his corporate career, Peter hired and managed
staff and worked on cross-functional teams
in large and small organizations. He has worked as both an individual
contributor and manager and has experienced various styles
of management. He is intimately familiar with the opportunities
and pitfalls that come with navigating organizational politics,
dynamics, and culture. As a contract negotiator and business
& financial analyst, he has saved millions of dollars
in expenditures for prior employers.
highlights of Peter's background and training include:
MA in Career Development
from JFK University
MBA in International
Business from INSEAD
BSE cum laude
from the Wharton School of the University
CPPM - Coaching for
Personal and Professional Mastery by the Newfield
Registered Professional Career Counselor, California Registry of Professional Counselors and Paraprofessionals
- National Certified Counselor (NCC) credential
- Master Career Counselor (MCC) credential
- Trained in CareerLeader assessment tool
CPA in the
State of New York
Fluent French ;
Conversational German ; Intermediate Spanish, Beginning Italian
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If you'd like to learn about how Peter can help you to increase your bottom line, have more time for activities outside of work, or find work in which you thrive, you may contact him for a free initial telephone consultation.
Call him at (415) 285-0826 or e-mail him at email@example.com