The first fifteen years of your career are vital for laying the foundation for your lifetime of financial earnings and career happiness. However, many people struggle to approach their career strategically, either in having a clear plan for their career or in making mid-career changes.
This webinar is designed for alumni ages 22-40, who want to learn how to:
clarify and define short, medium and long-term career aspirations
build personal equity at a company, and high value in the job market overall
make mid-career changes effectively
The Path Ahead: Making work "work" for you
Wednesday, February 20
Aileen Axtmayer '02, Aspire with Aileen, LLC
Gerard McGeary '00, Chief Operating Officer at Repetere
Has your job grown a bit stagnant but you're not sure what's next? This webinar will guide you on planning your career path, working toward a promotion, and climbing the corporate ladder.
Join holistic career and health coach Aileen Axtmayer and seasoned corporate professional Gerard McGeary in a conversation about planning your career path, working toward a promotion, lessons learned from climbing the corporate ladder, and when you might want to look into graduate school.
From College to Career: What employers want
Wednesday, February 27
Doug Eisenhart ’67, Associate Director of Employer Relations, Career Education Center at Simmons University
How do you stand out from the pack when looking for a new job? This webinar will explain essential career readiness competencies; what employers are looking for; how to prepare for and obtain a new job; and how to transition to a completely new career.
With more than ten years of experience helping undergrad and graduate students in the Simmons University Career Counseling Office in Employer Relations, Doug will focus on career readiness for young and mid-level employees including:
what employers are looking for in new employees
how to prepare for and obtain a new job
how to transition to a completely different career
The Science of Performance & Mental Toughness
Wednesday, March 6
Spencer Penhart '95, Penhart Performance Group
This webinar will teach you new strategies for success such as how to design a clear roadmap for your personal and professional future, identifying gaps in your belief system which inhibit performance, and ways to improve your emotional intelligence to boost career mobility.
As you progress further in your career and life, the advantages of your natural talent will diminish, while your mental approaches become more important drivers of success. This webinar is designed for alumni of all ages who want to learn and deploy new strategies for career and life success and happiness around:
designing a clear roadmap for your personal and professional future
identifying gaps in your belief system and mindset which inhibit performance and joy
assessing and improving your emotional intelligence and related skills to boost relationships and career mobility