AN ONLINE PRESENTATION
Managing Your Career In a Changing Economy
Friday, February 11 to be rescheduled
Time: 4:00 — 5:30 pm
Instructor: Larry Elle
The current pandemic and working remotely are accelerating changes in the American economy that will affect your career. Today, flattening corporate hierarchies and a shrinking career ladder cost thousands of middle-management jobs, not to mention a shifting of many positions overseas. The number of jobs you’ll now hold over a lifetime has increased from four to eight, and it’s rising!
These trends do impact your career. In this workshop, we’ll explore the career model of Dalton/Thompson, a four stages model of career movement. We’ll look at what stage your career is in and how your values influence your career progression. Key to your career success is discovering your “Career Best” area, and being able to identify that to employers. This workshop provides you with the insights you’ll need to move your career forward. Stop depending on an on-again, off-again economy to ensure your career success. Now’s the time to act as the economy reopens and millions of new jobs are being added.
What you’ll learn in this workshop:
- Major trends impacting the American economy and your career
- The Four Stage Model of Career Development and determining your stage
- Five key value orientations impacting your career stage
- Determining your “Career Best” area
- How to differentiate yourself to get hired
Larry Elle, MSW is Director of Success Associates Career Services and President of the Professional Development Collaborative. In his 20 years as a career professional, he has helped hundreds of Boston area professionals land “work they love.” A Nationally Certified Career and Job Transition Counselor, Larry wrote Community Connections: Resources for Massachusetts Unemployed and produced Power Networking: The Path to Job Search Success. He is aware of the emotional challenges of the job search and combines psychological insights with a knowledge of current job search methods and Boston’s ever changing labor market.