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Professional Development Seminar: A New Lens on Career Development: Charting A Path for Progress in the Face of Uncertainty

  • Friday, May 04, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
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CCC Professional Development Seminars
Northeastern University | Boston, MA

Friday, MAy 4, 2018: A new lens on career development: charting a path for progress in the face of uncertainty                               

Location: Curry Student Center, Room #440

Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm                       

What do careers look like in 2018? Our new view of careers is fashioned by a radical set of environmental changes that include changes in:

  • Relationships with employers
  • The nature of work
  • The priorities and motivations of workers; and
  • The process of gaining employment

In the face of all these changes, it is no surprise that a great majority of clients face an uncertain path forward regardless of their age or circumstances.  

This interactive session will:

  • Explore a new model for career development in the face of these changing realities
  • Review frameworks for understanding careers and choice in 2018 and be introduced to a process for moving careers forward in light of uncertainty. 
  • Introduce a series of interactive tools that are 'must haves' in supporting clients in this uncertain time
  • Leverage the research and work of Harvard MBA and social entrepreneur Linda Rossetti

Attend this seminar and walk away with a mix of practical, real world exercises that are necessary to anchor clients on what matters to them in a changing world. 

Facilitator: Linda Rosetti studies adult transition and its impact on advancement over the arc of our lives.  She also serves as managing director for Golden Seeds, LLC, an angel capital network that works with emerging women-led businesses, and is known for her interest in topics related to executive performance and the alignment between strategy and compensation. Prior to her current commitments, she served as Executive Vice President of Human Resources and Administration for Iron Mountain, a Fortune 500 company; and as CEO of a venture capital-backed technology start-up. She holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA from Simmons College. She is the author of Women and Transition: Reinventing Work and Life.

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