Alistair Marshall, Director of Community Success and Career Coach
Alistair was born in the UK and moved to the USA in 2011. He has lived in LA, NYC and now back in LA! Prior to starting his own Leadership and Career coaching practice in 2018 he had various executive leadership positions within the fashion industry including Ted Baker, Dior and Hugo Boss.
on this episode
HTYC coach Alistair talks about how he started in retail in the UK, moved to the US and eventually rose to VP of the company. After making a career change within the industry, he realized that executive leadership wasn’t a fit anymore. He received regarding his strengths and reflected on what he enjoyed, leading him to pivot to become an executive career coach, and most recently, a coach here at Happen To Your Career.
What you’ll learn
- Why he had to pivot while at the top of his industry
- How he leveraged his experience so he didn’t have to start at the bottom of another career path.
- The answers to some very real questions from our listeners like how to overcome self-limiting beliefs and figuring out if the grass is really greener on the other side.
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