Why Job Mixology?
In the space between loving a job and leaving it, there’s job mixology: finding and designing a broader, more creative and strategic mix of on-the-job and job-related experiences. And with flatter organizations, fewer promotion opportunities and greater expectations from employees, job mixology is more important than ever.
Job mixology is about more than creative brainstorming around development ideas. At our core is the POWER Cycle – a planning framework that not only sparks creativity, but helps build a development process that directly aligns with the strategy and priorities of client organizations and fosters a culture of ongoing development.
MARCELLE FOWLER; MBA, ACC
President and Chief Job Mixology Coach
For more than 25 years, Marcelle has worked within such respected corporations as CACI, Capital One, Dow Chemical and UPS, coaching and advising everyone from C-Suite executives and US Navy Commanders in the US and Japan, to front-line managers and college new hires. Over that time, she's gained experience in communications, public relations, human resources, supplier diversity, organizational effectiveness and leadership coaching.
This diverse career is due in large part to "job mixology," with Marcelle having little more than on-the-job and social learning experiences before leading the communications for corporate mergers, driving multiple performance and talent management process overhauls, and creating the first crisis communications internal plan for a major corporation following 9/11.
Marcelle earned an MBA from Georgia State University and a bachelor's from Michigan State University. She received her Associate Certified Coach credential from the International Coach Federation, a global organization that upholds rigorous standards for professional coaching.
A resident of Williamsburg, Virginia, Marcelle has two young-adult sons, one future daughter-in-law, and one black-Labrador princess named Midnight.