Chapter Meeting – Four Steps to Career Success Now
March 21 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
| Casual Networking | 1 PDU presentation | Registration: $15member | $25 non-member|
Thisevent is held at Athena Health which is a secure facility.
Registration will close on Friday 3/15 at 12 PM
Join us for ashorter Chapter Meeting focusing on Four Steps to Career SuccessNow.
This is an interactive discussion, so come with anyquestions you have and our presenter will provideanswers.
You know that to effectively lead others throughprojects, you must first lead yourself.
You wantto up-level to another project or role, or maybe make a career pivot. Thebarrier: you’re so busy with your head down in today’s work there’slittle time leftover for networking, training or professional development.Maybe your boss isn’t supportive, or you feel stuck, or you know whatyou’d like to do but don’t know where to begin. You know that toeffectively lead others through projects, you must first leadyourself.
You can position yourself for success if you practicethe four secret skills for life and career.
Join author, coachand consultant Lisa Prior for a practical, one-hour deeper dive into yourown career vision using tools, stories and tips from her book on careeradvice you won’t get from your boss. In this uplifting and interactiveworkshop, you will:
- Discover the one thing you need to donow to break through. It just might be something that scares you.
- Unlock the secret to how to create win-win worksituations.
- Leave with one concrete practice, something you can dooften, to take charge of your career and create work that youlove.
Drawing on more than two decades of experience inexecutive coaching and consulting. Lisa will help you jumpstart smallchanges that can lead to bigger things, whether you are early-, mid-, orlater-stage in your career, are in-between jobs, or are self-employed.Bonus: if you manage people, you’ll take away tips to help you developyourself while developing others.
Lisa Prior is the founder of Prior Coaching and Consulting, aglobal firm that has been serving executives who are leading themselves andothers through change since 2000. Lisa has led change and leadershipdevelopment efforts in the healthcare, biopharma, biomedical, academic,financial services, asset management, retail and nonprofit sectors, andserved as executive coach in programs at MIT Sloan and Harvard BusinessSchool. Her mission is to help leaders build win-win relationships with oneanother and their people. Lisa’s book, Take Charge of Your VIEW: CareerAdvice You Won’t Get from Your Boss, has been featured in Forbes, ABCNews Radio and NBC’s The Take with Sue O’Connell, endorsed by theCenter for Creative Leadership (CCL) and is being used by major employers.Lisa’s podcast interview with #WorkTrends was ranked in the top 10 of2018. Caring deeply about the transition to work of the future, Lisa is aboard member of the pioneering leadership and culture firm Power andSystems, and on the board of the governor-appointed body, the EconomicAssistance Coordinating Council, that oversees policy and implementationof the tax incentive and job creation program for Massachusetts.