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Chip Conlin

Chip has an active private coaching practice in which he helps clients from a variety of professions, including financial services, information technology, marketing, publishing and the not-for-profit sector achieve their career goals.


With more than 30 years’ experience in Human Resources to complement his coaching practice he specializes in helping clients quickly establish the right strategy to promote their careers ranging from initial assessment to developing a full marketing campaign. 

He has helped clients overcome some of the most challenging problems faced by those thrust into a career transition through a corporate downsizing, performance issue, or simply a desire to switch careers.  He has helped clients negotiate better severance packages when faced with the loss of their job, as well as helped clients negotiate the best possible compensation package when landing their new job.

Chip holds a Master’s degree in Sociology from New York University.  With his unique blend of corporate Human Resources and career coaching experience, Chip’s focus is solving clients’ most pressing needs. In creating and executing a strong career strategy he has helped clients from a variety of backgrounds and professions advance their careers to new levels.

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"Today's economy requires job hunters to be more proactive, more sophisticated, and more willing to go through brick walls to get what they want.  Employers don't plan your career for you.  You must look after yourself, know what you want, and know how to get it."

Kate Wendleton, Founder & Past President, The Five O'Clock Club.

"The more satisfied individuals are in their jobs, the more likely they are to have found them through contacts."

Mark Granovetter


"From an initial assessment of my key strengths, skills and accomplishments, to mock interviews, to salary negotiations Chip was instrumental in guiding me to a C-level position in the not-for-profit arena, and, to boot, to become a career coach myself!”
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