Instructor: Caitlin Williams,
President, Successful Working Women and Work Matters, Inc.
Whether you're new to the field or a seasoned professional, this jam-packed session will help you focus on how you can use career savvy skills to enhance your professional growth. It is appropriate for those seeking employment in the field, those in the early stages of their career, as well as those who have been in the field a number of years and wish to stretch themselves toward advancement and/or growth. If you're looking for ways to energize your career, this program is for you.
March 23, 2005
4 - 5 pm Eastern time
April 25, 2005
4 - 5 pm Eastern time
REGISTER ON-LINE TODAY at www.thepartnership.ca. Scroll down to 2004/2005 Calendar and click on March 23rd to register.
BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAM
1. Have an increased awareness of career options.
2. Understand a career model that can be applied to your personal career circumstances.
3. Determine what you'll need to do to grow your career.
4. Map out a plan for moving forward.
KEY TOPICS EXPLORED
1. Complete a mini self-assessment to determine where you are in your own career growth right now.
2. Learn why it's so important to create a direction for yourself, career-wise.
3. Learn four key career competencies for getting more out of your career.
4. Consider ways to share a career path for yourself that truly works for you.
5. Experience a scenario-planning exercise to help you create such a path.
6. Develop your own Personal Action Plan.
7. Identify specific next steps for moving in the direction you truly want to go professionally.
METHOD OF INSTRUCTION
Audio session, accompanied by handouts.
Member: $48.00 + GST
Non-Member: $68.00 + GST
Fees include telephone connection, all long-distance charges and allows for multiple people to participate in one location.
Caitlin Williams, President of Successful Working Women Inc. and Work Matters,
The Education Institute
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