What’s Next? Tools and Strategies to Gain Clarity, Momentum & Confidence in Your Career

What's Next? Tools and Strategies to Gain Clarity, Momentum and Confidence in Your Career

In this dynamic and interactive session, based on alumni UBC’s popular online program, Career Agility, you will be guided through a series of activities that will help you gain clarity on your strengths and values while generating the momentum you need to advance your career. You will leave the workshop with the tools, knowledge and motivation you need to take action to move your career forward.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is designed for individuals, including new, mid-career and late-career graduates, who are seeking increased clarity, confidence and renewed motivation in their careers. It’s also the perfect forum for those preparing for a career transition, or job search, or individuals returning to the workforce following an extended absence.

Registration includes access to the Hope Action Inventory™, an online career assessment that measures essential competencies for coping with the wide range of positive and negative experiences we encounter at work on a daily basis and throughout our careers.

Monday, September 17, 2018
5:30-8:30 pm

5:30 pm: Light dinner available
6:00-8:30 pm: Workshop

Impact Hub Ottawa
123 Slater St, 6th Floor
Ottawa, ON – map

Tickets: $15 (includes a light dinner)

Tickets must be purchased by a UBC alum. Limit two tickets per transaction.

Register Online

Please register by Wednesday, September 12

Questions? Please contact Alison Huggins at alison.huggins@ubc.ca.

Presenter

Michele Murphy, MA’10

Michele Murphy

Michele Murphy is a proud UBC alumna and the Alumni Career Educator at the University of British Columbia. She has developed an exclusive suite of workshops, online courses, webinars, events, and resources that provide ongoing career support to UBC’s 337,000+ alumni all across the globe. Michele is an experienced educator, facilitator and instructional designer who has taught career education in secondary, post-secondary and community based settings. Her approach to career education is solution-focused and action-oriented, and her favourite career exploration question is ‘What’s Next?’

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