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Masterclass with Melissa Doyle

Ever wanted to reinvent yourself? Don’t miss this exclusive masterclass with Melissa Doyle.

Thursday, 19 May 2022 at 10am AEST for 1 hour.

Unexpected events or shocks disrupt our routines, force us out of our comfort zones, and lead us to ask big questions about what matters and what is worth doing. There are few people who understand this better than Melissa Doyle, an accomplished and awarded journalist with more than 30 years’ experience and one of the best-known and trusted voices and faces in Australian media.

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many people rethinking their careers, whether it’s by choice or not. The pandemic has also caused uncertainty and caught us unprepared. These situations often prompt us to behave conservatively — the opposite of what is required when we’re considering a career change. It’s hard to dive wholeheartedly into reinventing yourself if you’re feeling risk-averse or are worried about your prospects.

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In this Q&A style masterclass with The Coach Place Founding Director Lisa Stephenson, Melissa draws on personal experience and what she’s learnt from telling other people’s stories across many years who have dealt with change and come out the other side. Attendees will hear an engaging conversation discussing the challenges and opportunities of changing careers and reinventing yourself, and how to balance meeting our basic needs with the opportunity to do something new after the COVID-19 crisis has subsided.

If you are someone who has ever dreamed of doing something different, or needs a confidence-boost to navigate a new era, make sure you register now below.

My ticket
This masterclass is strictly for The Coach Place members only and attendance is included in your monthly/annual membership. To register your place, please email us here and we will send you the code to get your complimentary ticket.

Who is Melissa Doyle?
An accomplished and awarded journalist with more than 30 years experience, Melissa is one of the best-known and trusted voices and faces in Australian media. Melissa began her career in Canberra as a television news reporter and weather presenter at WIN TV before moving to Prime TV as a reporter and co-host of the evening news. In 1995, Melissa joined the Seven Network in the Canberra bureau at Parliament House before moving to the Sydney newsroom. ​Melissa left the network in 2020 after 25 years wonderful years having hosted the 6PM News, Sunrise, 11am, Ansett News, Today Tonight, The Zoo, Where Are They Now, 4pm News, 7pm News, Sunday Night and The Latest. In the 2016 Australia Day Honours List Melissa was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for her "significant service to the community through representational roles with a range of charitable groups, and to the broadcast media." Melissa has written two books, “The Working Mothers Survival Guide” and her best selling memoir “Alphabet Soup.” You can learn more about Melissa here.