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Meredith Haberfeld
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Meredith Haberfeld works with entrepreneurs, professionals & senior executives within organizations & corporations of all sizes; from small businesses to major multi-nationals. Her clients include executives from ABC, Johns Hopkins University, Forbes, JP Morgan Chase, Disney, Credit Suisse, FuseTV and the World Health Organization; and has recently advised in the development of life coaching education at MIT.

Meredith teaches at top universities, spas, retreat centers and educational institutions; including Pace University, Equinox Fitness, The One and Only Ocean Club, The Learning Annex, Natural Health Magazine retreats, and The Esalen Institute.

With over fifteen years of coaching and training, Meredith is also CEO and Founder of ThinkHuman and prior to that Meredith was a Senior Vice President of Paradigm Direct, a $200 Million Dollar marketing services firm, managing a team of over 60 employees. Her business background makes her especially effective in working with entrepreneurs, executives and their teams.

Meredith has been called upon as an expert and is referenced in media such as Forbes, BusinessWeek,Fortune,NYTimes, CNBC,CNN and more.

Entries by Meredith Haberfeld

Rewire Your Brain for Greater Happiness

(2) Comments | Posted June 11, 2015 | 6:56 PM

Happiness Hack -- for Individuals and Organizations
Co-authored by Dr. Amalea Seelig, Psy.D and Meredith Haberfeld, CEO of ThinkHuman.


We do it all the time. Most of the time, we don't even realize we're doing it. We may have no idea that there's...

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Election Hangover

(0) Comments | Posted November 9, 2012 | 12:34 PM

The Discomfort of Inaction.

I was strung tightly Tuesday night listening to election results come in -- knowing that while I'd voted, and had been relatively vocal supporting others to get out and do the same -- I knew I had not done all I knew to do to honor...

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Mommy Wars and Marissa Mayer

(2) Comments | Posted July 24, 2012 | 5:04 PM

Marissa Mayer's recent appointment as Yahoo CEO has caused quite a stir, and rightfully so. She is the youngest current Fortune 500 CEO and one of only 19 females who hold such a position. Mayer's appointment has sparked a lot of debate, and it's not about her resume, or what...

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Corporate Culture Matters: Is Yours Good, Bad, or Ugly?

(2) Comments | Posted July 19, 2012 | 7:44 PM

We sat down with Meredith Haberfeld of Institute for Coaching for an interview regarding company culture.

Meredith has been an executive coach in Fortune 100 companies for over a decade.

As your organizational culture can be a draw, a retainer and a repellent for great employees, and...

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Career Change: 10 Big Steps to a Successful Career Transition

(5) Comments | Posted May 6, 2009 | 4:46 PM

Whether you're facing being bumped out of your latest job, or bored to the screaming point by work that used to be gratifying, one way to stay ahead of the oft-unsettling see-saw of a career transition is having a SMART plan.

Most of us find life transitions intimidating,...

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A Boost to the Stimulus Package for the Unemployed?

(2) Comments | Posted February 13, 2009 | 4:48 PM

This past week the national unemployment rate reached 7.5% and while Washington is working on a Stimulus Package - many who are out of work are wondering "When am I going to feel the effects of this Stimulus Package; and what am I supposed to be doing to keep my...

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Living Right on a Financial Diet!

(6) Comments | Posted January 22, 2009 | 4:12 PM

Oh, no, it's the "R" word! Currently heard and seen everywhere. Call it what you will -- recession, slump, downturn, it has everybody edgy and fearing the worst.

It doesn't help that we're bombarded with messages that promote financial and job insecurity. The media thrives on...

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2009... Welcome to the Party!

(7) Comments | Posted December 31, 2008 | 10:44 AM

Take a deep breath, it's almost over! The year of foreclosures, bailouts and shoe-throwing is now a slow fade to the past. January 1 is dawning, the shift in the calendar when most people have the instinctive urge to turn their gaze to a hopefully brighter horizon. One might disdainfully...

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How to Keep Your Job in Uncertain Times

(12) Comments | Posted December 22, 2008 | 1:57 PM

People are contacting me left and right these days with understandable concern about their job security. We all know corrosive worry and concern isn't good for us and can even reduce our performance level, which can ultimately lead to job loss, the very thing we are all trying to avoid....

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