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Managing your career

Employees are changing jobs more rapidly than in the past, and it’s costly to replace them. They are seeking more tools and resources from their employers to empower them to more effectively manage and develop their careers. Whether you are an HR leader, manager, or employee, this workshop will give you the tools and structure you need to better manage your own career, as well as support others seeking guidance from you.

You will be introduced to a career planning framework you will customize to your own needs and preferences in order to gain clarity about what you desire from your career. The four steps are Career Planning, Marketing, Networking, and Preparing.  Practical tools will be utilized to draft your career plan and identify your next steps on the journey to fulfillment.

This course is eligible for continuing education credits through SHRM. 

LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE:

Choose the right course date for you:

24 SEP-20

10:30- 2:00 ET

10 dec-20

10:30- 2:00 ET

YOUR $495 INVESTMENT INCLUDES A PERSONAL COACHING SESSION WITH THE COURSE FACILITATOR.

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The level of content Stewart Leadership offers is far above what a lot of companies are doing in the training space. 

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Key Takeaways:

  • Understand your guiding criteria that align with your interests and motivations

  • Acknowledge your strengths and skills in ways that align with your personal brand

  • Utilize a system to ultimately determine what you are aspiring to do next

  • Communicate your career goals with confidence

  • Incorporate a simple strategy to build and nurture your network

AN INVESTMENT IN YOU 

Gain tools to influence and drive career changes that will help you feel motivated and satisfied. 

Rare opportunity to learn from a career management expert with over 15 years of experience.

You will leave with a complete understanding of ways to intelligently steer your career direction.

1-1 follow up session with the course facilitator to reinforce learning and help move the initiative further. 

Agenda

STEP 1 Planning: Half of the workshop will focus on building out the components of your career plan to determine what you want to do next, why you want to do it, and how you will get there.

STEP 2 Marketing: Personal branding and managing your individual reputation is a critical component to managing your career. A branding toolkit will be reviewed including the use of an internal resume, LinkedIn profile, and conversational technique.

STEP 2 Networking: A four-step networking method will be implemented starting with meeting people, initiating a follow-up, nurturing contacts over time, and developing them into long-term valuable relationships. Your network is how you are supported in your career and a vital step to this process.

STEP 4 Preparing: Tips and strategies will be reviewed so a plan can be developed when the opportunity to take on additional responsibilities or a new role surfaces.

Credentials: 3 SHRM PDCs

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Meet Your Facilitator

Taura Prosek
Stewart Leadership, Executive Coach & Career Consultant

Taura D. Prosek is an experienced executive coach with a unique background in business development and executive coaching. As a former recruiter, leader of career management for a top MBA program, and a certified career coach, she's spent over 10 years coaching thousands of leaders on all topics of career and leadership. She specializes in numerous career topics with a particular interest in personal branding and networking.

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