(Snow Date March 1, 2018)
Location: McLeod Suites, 3rd floor (Curry Student Center)
Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm
On February 28, 2018, CCC will be holding a general meeting on Career Transitions: A Lifecycle Psychological Perspective (Northeastern University, Curry Student Center 3rd Floor). The purpose of this session is to talk about universal career challenges and transitions such as changing jobs, being laid off, and others, faced by all age groups, whether they are early career, mid-career, or late career professionals.
Our featured speaker will be Theirry Guedj, Psychologist PhD:
Dr. Thierry Guedj is a Boston University and Harvard-trained psychologist who has assisted hundreds of talented professionals over the last decade. As their trusted adviser, he has developed a track record of excellence delivering high-impact solutions for a wide variety of professional and personal challenges. Prior to founding BostonJobDoctor, Dr. Guedj held a number of leadership positions in healthcare, academia and investment banking. His most recent post was in-house psychologist for Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., the largest and oldest private bank in North America.
Initially trained as an academic psychologist, Dr. Guedj has become a highly sought-after expert in the fast-growing area of workplace happiness, organizational effectiveness and career satisfaction. His lifelong passion for educating the public and organizations about how to create happy work lives and workplace environments shines through in all his work. With Dr. Guedj’s help, talented people are empowered to work more creatively, effectively and deliver outstanding results and value.
Dr. Guedj is fluent in several languages, including French and Spanish and has lived and worked cross-culturally for most of his life.
9:15am Speaker: Dr. Theirry Guedj
10:30am Networking Break
11:00am Interactive Breakout Sessions: Participants will break up into small groups based on their area of interest (early career, mid-career, or late career) to discuss case studies and work through real life challenges they face as practitioners/counselors. We will have some examples for participants to work through, but please bring situations you would like to discuss.
We hope you will be able to join us for this informative and interactive session.