The Right Path: Determining And Targeting Your Next Career Move (Webinar)
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 12:00 PM EDT
-- 01:00 PM EDT
Webinar for Alumni (access via Internet and phone)
Many of us have taken a job just because "that's what I've always done", "that's what I'm good at", or "that's where the money is." Yet it is not often that we take a step back and methodically test these assumptions to see if other paths are both possible and might bring us more satisfaction. Knowing what you like to do, what you're good at, and where you want to go in life - these are the keys to planning a career move that will be rewarding and 'right' for you. In this webinar, you will learn the steps you need to take to find career satisfaction. Specifically, you will learn about three self-assessment exercises that you can start immediately, ways to apply your assessment results, research resources to learn more about potential careers, and methods for writing a "job-search marketing plan" that is key to a successful career change.
Robert Hellmann, Career Consultant and Professor at New York University, www.hellmannconsulting.com
Registration for Webinar:
Registering for this webinar is free - simply click on the registration link below. Please note that UNI login is required for registration for all webinars. If you do not know your UNI or password please click here for Alumni.
After completing registration, you will receive an automatic confirmation email from our webinar service, GoToWebinar, with a link to log on to the seminar on the scheduled day. Note that this link is unique to you - please save it as CCE is unable to generate the link. Finally, to join the webinar, in addition to the unique link, you will need a computer, Internet access, and speakers/microphone attached to your computer or a telephone. For more information on how the webinars work, please visit this link.
TO REGISTER AND FOR MORE INFORMATION, please click on this link: The Right Path
This event is brought to you by the Columbia University Center for Career Education.