Have you been thinking about a career change but not sure what to do about it?
This intensive, practical workshop is designed to help you through those first essential stages of changing career: figuring out what you really want and helping you to take action.
Join Carole Lewis and Kully Jaswal from Loving Your Work for a mini-coaching program that will help you choose a new career in a structured way.
The first step to any career change is to get a clear understanding of what is important to you so that you can then figure out career is right for you. That’s what this workshop is all about!
Often career changers ‘jump in at the deep end’ of career change, trying to list job options before thinking about what exactly they want to get out of a career change. This can result in a lot of frustration, and rarely results in a good career change.
Why? Because picking a new career without understanding your basic ‘me-criteria’ is akin to closing your eyes and picking a career at random. No wonder people spend years going around in circles trying to decide what to do next. Through this workshop, you learn how to choose a new career, the right way.
In short, you’ll go away with some tools, techniques and knowledge you need to make your career change a success.
What you’ll cover in the workshop:
- Who am I? Understand yourself and your core ‘values’.
- What do I want from a career? What are your skills and strengths and what do you enjoy doing?
- Think outside the box and look at things from a new angle and
- Leave with clarity and steps to help you move forward.
Date: Thursday 17 January 2013
Venue: Central, Hong Kong
Time: 12 – 2.30pm
Investment: $950 including lunch
Registrations close on 10 January. Please register early as space is limited.
For more information, please email Kully on Kully@Loving-Your-Work.com.
“It was a highly enjoyable workshop and I enjoyed interacting with other people in a similar situations. I though that the ‘speed dating’ career counselling session was unique and lots of fun!”
“The workshop used some very unique and creative methods for uncovering our ideal pursuits.” –Katherine Dale, Creativity Consultant