Tallia Deljou is a psychologist, career coach and co-founder of Mavenly & Co., dedicated to supporting professional women and millennials in designing a career with purpose through coaching programs, retreats, and corporate trainings.
With a Master’s degree in Positive Organizational Psychology and Evaluation, Tallia is energized by having meaningful, authentic conversations to help others grow and find fulfillment in their work, whether it’s by identifying next steps for their professional paths, uncovering the obstacles holding them back from achieving success, or developing a mindset rooted in values and strengths to make well-informed decisions. Today, Mavenly’s podcast, Women Work and Worth, reaches an audience of over 80,000 listeners across the world, furthering their mission to challenge the way we think about success and create careers with purpose.
The Career Experiment - Making Your Job Work For You
Learn to identify your strengths, passions, and core motivators to find a role, industry, and company culture perfect for you to bring fulfillment and happiness to your career.
Take part in a full day of career exploration, and discover a path that celebrates your skills and passions.
Discover Your Strengths
Before you decide what direction to take your career path, take some time to discover your natural strengths to make sure you leverage them to your advantage.
The Talent Advantage: How to Source and Retain the Right People
Find out how to ensure your company is hiring the right people.
This two-day workshop is for young women navigating the early stages of their career who are seeking to design a career and lifestyle with purpose.
Taking the Leap: How to Quit your Job and Build Something Amazing!
Tired of the 9-5? Want to be your own boss and build something amazing? Join us for a panel discussion and find inspiration to start your own venture!
Crafting Your Career Path
We are thrilled to be partnering with General Assembly in Chicago to host our one-day immersive career crafting workshop on Saturday, January 21st.