Satisfied at Work? A Career Happiness Workshop to Help You Dig Deeper for Greater Impact & Personal Fulfillment
|Thursday, November 16, 2017
ULI Headquarters/ULI Washington
Are you thriving in your career? Are you wondering what’s next?
Several decades of Gallup research show that approximately 70% of the US population is not fully engaged at work, which costs the American economy billions of dollars, exacting an untold cost on individual potential. When people have thriving, purposeful careers, the exponential impact generated in all areas of their lives is priceless.
ULI Washington’s Women’s Leadership Initiative invites you to attend a workshop facilitated by Denise Riebman, Career Happiness Coach and Director of Career Development & Alumni Services at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at The George Washington University.
This highly interactive and engaging workshop, based on empirical research from career development and positive psychology, will provide participants with practical tools and resources for strength building, value assessment and purpose exploration to flourish personally and professionally long-term.
Ms. Riebman is a career development expert who has specialized in career advancement, professional leadership and community development for over 20 years. Click here <http://www.uliemaildc.org/link.cfm?r=YGSUEbxdK5S4r7I1rDsS6A~~&pe=jXX_6FPDpDD3hqqkIlcpIcQh4kPUQSMHEdaXUkIpB0-4tI7qhhS2-Ym4shDbeoYgCgL6brLrzeCtKD-4UMJdTA~~> for her bio.
Workshop topics include:
* Big Career Questions, Big Career Stickiness
* Career Happiness Connection
* Strength Building Deep Dive
* Value Assessment
* Purpose Exploration
* Connecting it All Together
* Career Happiness Marathon
Pre-assessment tools will be distributed ahead of the workshop so that participants can use them as a base for workshop activities.
|Pre-Registration Deadline – Monday, November 13, 2017
To check availability after the deadline date please call: 301-894-7310
Register ONLINE here