When you feel aimless or dissatisfied in your career, it’s often because you have no idea what you’re looking for. Without a clear idea of what you want to do, you get antsy about leaving your job, focused on external measures of success and distracted by shiny jobs. How are you supposed to stop doing what you think is “right” in your career and start doing what’s right for you? If you’re not clear about what you want, there’s no way you can convey it to anyone else. Come learn how to stop falling into jobs based on circumstances and start making decisions intentionally that are right for you.
Designing a career that’s right for you requires 3 things:
Clarity of what you want to do and why (feel clear about the direction you’re choosing and know why it’s a good fit)
Confidence in your decisions (no more energy-draining waffling, second-guessing or regret)
Ability to communicate it effectively (no more conversations with your manager/Director/VP that leave you feeling aimless and disorganized)
Relieve the pressure you place on your career
Assess and understand what works for you in your current role
Identify actions to mold your current role into a better fit
Learn how to stop worrying about making the right decision and avoid getting distracted by shiny jobs that aren’t a good fit
Gain new mindsets for how to think about your long-term career
Who is this workshop for?
Anyone who feels stuck, aimless or dissatisfied with where they are in their career.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Lindsay Gordon is a career coach for analytically minded people who want to stop doing what they think is "right" in their career and start doing what's right for them. Through her business, A Life of Options, she helps people get clarity about what's right for them in a job and why, confident about their skills and abilities and able to communicate that to interviewers, managers, and colleagues.
Lindsay started her career working as a recycled water engineer in Melbourne, Australia before landing at Google doing technical support for the Google Apps team. After 5 years of technical support, she transitioned into career development at Google before starting her own business. She loves applying her engineering brain to helping people find careers that fit, baking complicated pastries and barbershop singing.
**We'll send you a code to access the webinar day-of the class.**
**Not able to attend? We'll send you a recording.**