Career paths today are rarely linear. As a not-for-profit leader, your career choices will lead you to unexpected opportunities. Learn how to intentionally manage your career to foster your professional success. Through this workshop you will gain clarity on your marketable skills, develop next steps, and learn key actions to proactively manage your career.
Date & Time: December 10, 2019 l 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: 1183 Melville Street, Downtown Vancouver Cost: Members - $95.00; Non-member - $110.00
Come away with specific benefits you can apply to your career path right away:
Tools to better understand your skills and strengths
A career timeline that clarifies where you are now and where you are going
3 focused professional goals to take your career to new heights
At the end of this workshop, you will:
Gain self-awareness of your unique skills and contributions
Understand the importance of your personal value proposition and brand
Learn the 4 foundations of career management
Develop confidence to have transparent conversations about your career goals, within and outside your organization • Identify steps to strategically develop a network
What is career management?
Your career so far….
Four underlying principles of career management
Career management tools and techniques
Your next steps
Register today and take your career to the next level.
Howie is the Vice President of Client Solutions at LoganHR. Howie's background includes over 15 years of experience in learning, career exploration, and the development of people in a variety of settings including private industry, community based career centres and post-secondary institutions. These experiences help him work with organizations to consult on a range of topics including career management, downsizing, and leadership solutions. He is certified in the Birkman Method, and has taught career development theory at both SFU and UBC; Howie holds a bachelor’s degree in science (kinesiology), a master’s degree in education (counselling psychology) and recently completed his doctorate in education at SFU.