Abby Hirsch Phillips’ talent lies in combining energy, creativity, resourcefulness and a positive attitude with an insatiable love of learning and teaching. The result is a positive outcome for individuals and businesses. Her background includes 12 years at DBM, one of the world’s three largest career management and outplacement consulting firms, and seven years as a life coach.
Her competencies include:
» Life and career coaching. She has the proven ability to transform the lives of clients from all walks of life. At DBM, she achieved a 4.7 (out of 5.0) rating from 4000+ participants in her training programs. At Energy and Peace, she coaches clients experiencing life-changing events such as cancer, divorce, or relocation. At O’Farrell Career Management, Hirsch Phillips empowers clients to market themselves, stay focused and motivated, and shorten their time to placement.
» Entrepreneurship and small business consulting. Hirsch Phillips owns two businesses herself, has been involved in two other family business, and has a wealth of experience helping other small business owners to grow their sales and improve their profitability. She partners with business owners to build brands, create marketing strategies, design and produce collateral, manage websites, and leverage social media.
» Training and consulting. She was an award-winning project manager at DBM. She had a great record of successful outcomes in the design and facilitation of programs that improved organizational effectiveness in career consulting, marketing and sales, and business operations. She trained 300+ career coaches, sales, and operations professionals, many describing her workshops as “the best training I ever had.”
Hirsch Phillips is a three-time cancer survivor, an accomplished singer, and a fine photographer. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design, is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, and is a former HR director – so she can relate to outplacement consulting from the other side of the desk.
The body of her career has focused around her desire to leave people, situations and systems better than she found them.