If you are on the verge of choosing or changing your career, this
workshop will help you align your passion and your skills to find the best option for you
Limited Seats Available
Share with us your thoughts
You must be logged in to post a comment.
It's all about quality of life and finding a happy balance between work and friends and family.– Philip Green
We all seek that magic formula, the secret of all secrets, the invaluable key to the door of balanced life. Especially when we have a partner, children, a full time job, and social responsibilities.
I hear you, the demands are rising daily, and we are in constant dilemma of fulfilling our responsibilities and looking after ourselves and loved ones. In this workshop we will hack some of the most common problems in finding the balance and provide different techniques on how to make it possible.
The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle.– Steve Jobs
Throughout my career, I’ve always looked for what I enjoy doing, learned it inside out, and moved to the next enjoyable thing. That’s why project management was a perfect fit for me. Not only because it was far from boring with the different projects I ran, I also was able to do the thing I enjoy the most, working with people. From team members to peers and stakeholders, I was able to learn and apply my people skills. As my career progressed and my skills grew, I found new means to do what I enjoy the most and I took the natural course of moving to a new direction equipped with the skills, knowledge, and experiences I gained over the past 12 years.
In this workshop, we will find out what do you enjoy the most, and how can you choose a career that makes you looking forward every morning to it. And how your current career or situation can be the stepping stone to your next level.
The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress.– Charles Kettering
I’ve always believed that change is the only constant in life, beside death of course which I think we will find cure for it one day. As humans it’s in our nature to create change and resist it. Without change, there is no progress, and without progress, there is no civilizations. We have always find a way to create and lead changes. As scary as some changes are, we need to embrace them and get the most out of them. Another thing I always say: Change is always good, even if it was a bad change.
It’s crucial for our growth and development in all life aspects. In this workshop we will learn about change in the work place, how to create it, lead it, embrace it, and most importantly get the best results out of it.
The expert in anything was once a beginner.– Helen Heyes
When I first joined my job 12 years ago, I was a 21 years old graduate who is full of life, ambition, curiosity and eagerness to learn and produce results.
Over my career I met many people who felt the same way when they joined the organization as a new graduate or relocated from another job or department. Regardless of how different our skill sets and backgrounds were, we shared the same challenges! The challenge of integrating to the work environment, understanding the politics, clarifying our responsibilities, and most importantly making sure we are in the right place to produce the best results. In this workshop you will learn how to deal with the challenges of being new to a team, a department or a company.