JEFFSAPERSTEIN

JEFF SAPERSTEIN

 Career Transition Coach Corporate Workshops/Speaking/Consulting from San Francisco

415-706-9300

jsaperstein@jeffsaperstein.com

http://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-saperstein

JEFF SAPERSTEIN

Career Transition Coaching, Corporate Workshops/Speaking/Consulting

Jeff Saperstein is a Career Coach who helps people make values based transitions. 

My professional background includes successful careers in corporate communications, non-profit marketing and fund-raising, consulting, university teaching, writing, and coaching.  

I encourage people who are stuck to examine their life purpose and apply that to their career decision. I strive to listen to and understand each situation and to help you find new, better ways to think and feel about your next move forward. Having made my own conscious career and life transitions, I know how difficult it can be to align values and purpose with market reality. 

I research and write about how organizations and careers are evolving and how individuals can navigate their careers in a rapidly transforming workplace. My approach uses self-assessment tools, referral to resources, energy leadership skills development, and intuitive listening to get you results quickly. Together, we discover new ideas and alternate, better approaches and solutions. 

I am available to clients as needed for both quick response and session scheduling.


Want to schedule a complimentary appointment with me to talk about your situation?


Jeff Saperstein is co-author of the following books:

  • Service Thinking: The Seven Principles to Discover Innovative Opportunities, Business Expert Press, 2014
  • Bust the Silos:: Opening Your Organization for Growth, Amazon Create Space, 2010 
  • Improve Your Marketing to Grow Your Business, Prentice Hall, Wharton Business Press, 2007
  • The New Marketing Mission, Association of National Advertisers, 2004
  • The Art and Strategy of Service Learning Communications, Wadsworth, 2004
  • Creating Regional Wealth in the Innovation Economy, Prentice Hall, 2002
  • How to Be a More Effective Account Manager, 1989.
  • Practical Approaches to Impromptu Speaking, 1988.
  • How Cisco Creates New Value via Global Customer Service, Thunderbird Intl Business Review, Sept/Oct 2010
  • He has published over 20 articles in business publications on marketing and advertising and three case studies for Richard Ivey Business School: Agilent, Toyota, and Infosys
The Future of Work and Careers
Rethinking Work in the Era of Smart Machines
Video: The Preferred Medium 

Client Testimonials

  1. Jeff has an uncanny ability to identify the best in you, and bring it to the fore. He can give you confidence, unlock your passion and help you navigate the most productive and fulfilling direction for your future. I have collaborated with him for 15 years and never ceased to marvel at Jeff’s skills. Now he’s making himself available as an individual coach. Jeff’s coaching acumen will be a gift to anyone seeking to find their best pathway for future personal growth.
    Hunter Hastings (Member and Ambassador at Ludwig von Mises Institute)
  2. Jeff has a unique set of skills that position him perfectly for people looking to move forward in careers in which they are feeling “stuck” or are ready to explore pursuing a career that brings them a deeper sense of purpose. His background and success in consulting, university teaching, public speaking and writing offers clients a wealth of knowledge and deep understanding of the future of work and how individuals contribute to the knowledge economy. This, combined with a passion for coaching and working with others to access their true drivers and motivations, creates real results for his clients.
    Jennifer Davies (Director, Business Operations and Management, Mobile/Video & Emerging Product)
  3. Jeff used his vast business knowledge, strong listening skills and incredible network to help me articulate a passion that even caught me by surprise. Not only that, he was able to connect me with a forum to explore this idea further. For those in career transition, or are wanting to explore ways to turbo charge an existing role, I strongly recommend talking with Jeff.
    Jonathan Levy (Training and OD Consultant at Autodesk)
  4. Jeff is an exceptional coach. I've known him for close to five years, and I recently began working with him to get guidance on an important career transition. After five short sessions, I now have a plan with a clear set of milestones that are both practical and aligned with my needs and ambitions. Why: because Jeff has the right combination/balance of listening skills, empathy, and understanding to guide the conversations where they need to go. All that, plus he's a mensch (a great person).
    Giovanni Rodriguez (Founder at The Silicon Valley Story Lab)
  5. Jeff worked with me at the San Francisco office of Foote, Cone, Belding, helping to manage a couple of the agency's largest and most demanding accounts and was one of the smartest folks I worked with at the time. Jeff also runs a marketing class at UC Berkeley and UCSF, and having presented in his program occasionally, I've always been impressed with his insights.
    Henry Whitfield (Helping sales teams engage in more real-time discussions)

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