Tara Sophia Mohr On “Playing Big” At Work

This interview was first published on The Sisterhood blog at the Forward.

Author and life coach Tara Sophia Mohr

Three years ago, Tara Sophia Mohr, who earned an MBA at Stanford, was working as a senior planner at the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco and working toward her life-coaching certification on the side. Three years later, her blog and Huffington Post column are followed widely, and hundreds of women have enrolled in her 6-month online course on leadership and professional development, “Playing Big.”

Mohr, 33, is also the co-creator of “The Women’s Seder Sourcebook” and “The Women’s Passover Companion,” and is the chair of the Jewish incubator program UpStart Bay Area.

She spoke recently with The Sisterhood’s Renee Ghert-Zand about how women can shut off their inner critic, build professional relationships and get the career that they’ve always wanted.

Renee Ghert-Zand: What made you decide to dedicate career to women’s leadership?

 Click here to read the interview.

© 2012 Renee Ghert-Zand. All rights reserved.

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