Leadership Links Webinar: Taking control of your career – How to think and talk about your next career steps

Date and time
Wednesday, 20 November 2024, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm (GMT)
Virtual event.
About this event
Duration: 1 hour.
Wednesday, 20 November 2024, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm (GMT)

In this Leadership Links masterclass, we welcome John Lees, author of the best-selling How To Get A Job You Love. John will outline effective ways of thinking, managing and shaping your career path.

During this session we will explore:
✓ Career Awareness – managing the next 18 months of your working life.
✓ How to begin if you don’t like talking about yourself and you don’t know
where your career is heading.
✓ Learning the career two-step – combining reflection and action
✓ Where are you in your learning curve?
✓ Motivated skills as a big clue to what you might like to do next.
✓ Keeping sharp – unsung and transferable skills.
✓ Authentic connecting – planting messages and telling energised stories.
✓ Understanding how key messages travel without you.

Learning outcome
Those attending this masterclass will increase their ability to reshape or
reinvent their own careers to stay current and visible.

John Lees

John Lees

Career strategist and author

John Lees is one of the UK’s most prominent career transition coaches, and
regularly in the media as a career thought leader. He has published 15 books
on careers and work including 11 editions of How to Get a Job You Love. His
books have been translated into Arabic, Georgian, Polish, Japanese and
Spanish. John has delivered workshops in Ireland, Germany, Mauritius, the
USA, South Africa, Switzerland, Australia and New Zealand. Recent corporate
work includes projects with Boston Consulting Group, Careershifters,
Deutsche Bank, Firework Coaching, Imperial College, Manpower, The Met
Office, The National Audit Office, and business schools across the UK.
John is a graduate of the universities of Cambridge, London and Liverpool,
and has spent most of his career focusing on the world of work, serving as
Chief Executive of the Institute of Employment Consultants (now the
Recruitment & Employment Confederation). He was a founding board
member of the Career Development Institute and is a NICEC Fellow.

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