Mind Your Career Webinar: Considering a Long-term Career Transition
Some people make a career transition, while others consider a transition and decide against it. We will explore both possibilities and methods for determining what is best for you and your career.
Cost: No Cost
For those who decide to change their job/career, we'll cover:
- Tools available to help you evaluate a significant career transition.
- How to reflect on what made you think of leaving in the first place.
- The importance of evaluating what are you looking for or running from.
- How to think about the sunk costs you've put into your current career.
- How to actually make a transition.
And for those who decide to stay in their current career and not make a transition, we'll address:
- What you can do while maintaining your career to make your life even better.
- Why staying in your current career does not have to be a #fail -- it can be a great new chapter.
- How to be sure you have adequately considered why you were thinking of changing careers and appropriately closed the book on that option.
- How can you convert your current unfulfilling career/job into one that fulfills you.
Whether you decide to leave your current career or stay in it, you will leave the webinar with more clarity and tools to move forward.
About our Presenter:
Keith R. Sbiral helps professionals cut through distortions and distractions to decide where they want their careers and lives to go, and then develop the tools to get there. He is a certified professional coach and principal at Apochromatik (apochromatik.com).
Keith brings to Apochromatik a career of management and efficiency work which makes him uniquely qualified to coach and consult in a variety of organizations. In addition to countless hours of professional development in his focus areas, he is a graduate of the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching and a member of the International Coach Federation.
Keith is the City Manager for a Chicago suburb. He holds the ICMA Credentialed Manager designation as well as being a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners. He has spent the majority of his career in management, specifically personnel management.
He received his B.A. from Luther College in political science with a minor in economics, his M.S. in Urban and Regional Planning with emphases in economic development and land use planning from the University of Iowa in May of 2001.
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