Lea McLeod, M.A. Joins ManagingAmericans.com Expert Panel helping New Grads Find Jobs
Lea McLeod, M.A. Joins College Student/Recent Graduate Community as Expert
Specializing in the needs of College Students & Recent Grads, New Expert Panelist provides executive level
guidance to help them succeed in today’s job market.
Online PR News – 28-March-2013 – ManagingAmericans.com, a series of unique cross-functional
management blogs and professional mentoring communities for executives, managers and high potential
employees, announces Lea McLeod, M.A. as the newest addition to its Expert Panel. McLeod is Founder and
CEO of Degrees of Transition located in Portland, Oregon. She will be developing training articles, facilitating
discussions and answering member questions helping college and university graduates make the transition
from college to professional life.
Lea works extensively with new grads who are tackling the job search for the first time. She is a guest
speaker, as well as facilitator of the “Find a Job Faster” Job Search Program and “Developing Patterns of
Success” Workshop & Webinar series, bringing over 20 years of director level experience, most recently with
Hewlett-Packard, managing, leading and serving worldwide employees. She holds a degree in Marketing
from St. Bonaventure University, and a Master of Arts in Organization Development from Seattle University.
“Lea teaches our future managers and leaders a comprehensive approach to accountability at a stage in their
careers where it has not yet developed from their own experiences. She helps them succeed, ultimately
helping businesses succeed as they onboard high potential candidates right from the start. That’s a very
exciting aspect of this new community and we are happy to have Lea teaching us how to take full advantage
of its potential,” explains Lisa Woods, President, ManagingAmericans.com
McLeod’s first training article is titled “5 Big Reasons New Grads are Failing the Job Search: A Step-by-Step
Guide to Getting a Real Job After Graduation”. It is now available on the ManagingAmericans.com Blog and
within the site’s College Student/Recent Graduate Community where members can discuss their own
experiences, as well as ask questions.
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