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It IS possible to reinvent without starting over. I’ve worked with many clients who have reinvented themselves successfully — whether they wanted to or needed to. It can be overwhelming and I’ll share with you the five elements they all shared which made them successful. Along with some traps to avoid and some tips for getting started, or moving things along if you’re in the middle of your own reinvention.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- The five elements that will make your reinvention successful.
- Where to start if you’re feeling overwhelmed or uncertain about your direction.
- How to use your reinvention to open doors and give you unique access to information and resources.
- The most common mistake professionals make when reinventing.
- The ideal time for a career reinvention.
Reinvention Strategies is perfect for you if:
- You’ve been in your field or profession for a while and you’re feeling pigeon-holed.
- You don’t know what you want to do, but you’re certain it’s not what you’re currently doing.
- Your career no longer fits you and you know it’s time for a change.
- You’re in a shrinking field or profession and you’re worried about staying relevant.
“My mind is racing. You’ve changed the way I’m thinking about my reinvention. I realize I’ve been going about it all wrong.”~ Manufacturing and Supply Chain Manager
“I have been trying to reinvent myself for the past two years. We made more progress in our first session than I made in those two years on my own. Thanks.” ~ Sales & Marketing Executive
Stacey is a nationally recognized career coach who helps individuals with unique backgrounds figure out where they fit, how to market themselves and find a career that’s as interesting as they are. She works with smart, talented individuals from around the country on everything from networking to personal branding. Known for her candid career guidance, her advice has appeared in local and national publications.
Stacey lives and works in Portland, Oregon with her husband, Scott, and three cats (she’s a dog person too). She is fond of all things Canadian, happy hours and riding her motorcycle.