When it comes to your career, do you know what you want and how to go about attaining it?
Life and career goals are inextricably linked and part of an ever-evolving personal journey. At different stages along the way, it is crucial to pause and ask: What do I want next from my life and career? Having a clearly defined life vision and career plan are imperative for women seeking to set a new professional direction. Whether you want to reenter the workforce or reenergize your current career, this life-changing program will help you build the vision, strategies, and skills to revitalize your career development efforts and achieve your personal and professional objectives.
This innovative program provides the rare opportunity for professional women to reflect on what holds meaning for them and what defines their personal vision of success and happiness. It will empower you to identify and reconnect with your unique interests, skills, talents, and motivations in order to rejuvenate your personal and professional goals. At the end of the program, you will emerge with a clear life and career vision for the future and a personal action plan for pursuing it.
This weeklong leadership development program not only features interactive sessions in life planning and career visioning, but also enables you to assess your skills, interests, motivations, and confidence. Through refreshers in business fundamentals, you will explore accounting, finance, marketing, branding, negotiations, strategy, and leadership. The learning is enhanced by powerful individual coaching as well as feedback and insights from your Board of Advisers, a small participant group that is facilitated by trained life and career coaches.
The program is designed for women with significant professional experience who are seeking to return to the workforce, recharge their careers, or take their professional lives in a new direction.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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