Why should you provide career and professional programming to your members?
The average person will change careers 5-7 times during their working life. This number is expected to increase with an ever-expanding number of career choices.
Thirty percent of 30 percent of the workforce will change careers or jobs every 12 months.
We’d be remise if we didn’t remind you that over 50 million workers were either laid-off, fired, or furloughed in the first four months of the Coronavirus Pandemic.Its quite clear that your members are experiencing fear, uncertainty, and doubt about their career and their futures.
You can better serve your members by giving them access to top career advice from the world’s top career authors. Each of us are transitioning in and out of different phases of our careers during these uncertain times. That is why we give your members access to four different lecture series each month.
Learn how our four lecture series help Sally, Bob, Carol, and Arthur as well as other members of your organization by clicking on the four lecture types below.
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You might be surprised to learn that only a small portion of the working population has a career plan. Most people don’t look beyond the next two months of employment and as a result they are missing out on controlling their career and professional development. We’d like to remind you that the more time and effort you put into exploring career opportunities, building out your professional network, and acquiring the soft skills employers LOVE, the better odds you will have at controlling your life and career. Remember, if you don’t have a career plan, you are likey to end up where others see you, not where you see yourself.
The Job Search Track will introduce you to the latest ideas, skills, and strategies you will need in your first professional job search. Authors and career coaches will introduce you to easy-to-implement strategies for cover letters, resumes, interviewing, networking, personal branding, and utilizing social media in your job search. You’ll learn proven techniques to make your LinkedIn page work for you. Gain the confidence you need to launch and lead a successful career by participating in this track.
You are going from reporting to a professor in an academic environment where freedom of expression and taking time to explore ideas is welcome to a controlled, deadline focused work environment where your boss doesn’t look kindly to excuses, The Post-Graduation Life track will introduce you to experts that will provide you tips and strategies on how to transition from college to your corporate life. You’ll hear from experts on adulting responsibilities, how to handed your finances, tips on refinancing your student loans, and career and professional development strategies.
Your college degree will help you land a job, but it will not guarantee you will quickly move toward your dream job. For decades hiring managers have been complaining that college grads do not have the soft skills required to be productive employees. This is your opportunity to listen to a couple of dozen top career authors and coaches who will give you enough knowledge about teamwork, leadership, public speaking, creative thinking, problem-solving, writing, and communication styles that will impress hiring managers and your boss!