Free and open to the public
Join Women in Design Boston for third event in our Career Series!
The average worker today stays at each of her jobs for 4.4 years, but the expected tenure of the workforce’s youngest employees is about half that. That means that incoming employees could have 15 - 20 jobs over the course of their career. In this fast moving world determining what path to take your career can be difficult to determine. By learning how to design your career and take charge of the direction you are heading we can learn how to be more satisfied by our daily jobs and how to reach our long term goals. This year, Women in Design is exploring this topic with events and programming that will strategize career planning, explore career paths and give us the tools to build our own personal brands.
Design Your Brand Workshop:
Branding isn't only about a job search; it's about who you are at work, what you are known for, and how colleagues describe you when you’re not there. How can you build a positive brand as a combination of your personal values and philosophy, your attitude and visible attributes, as well as your skills, experience, and education? The workshop will explore a series of exercises to help participants understand the fundamentals of branding and the tools and strategies to begin to articulate and leverage one's own unique value.
Kim Littlefield is a Senior Vice President for Keystone Partners, and has over 15 years experience in strategic business development. As a career management and leadership strategist, Kim works with global organizations in developing successful programs for hiring and retention, executive coaching, team building and executive education and management training. She holds a Master of Science degree in Adult and Organizational Learning from Suffolk University and a Bachelor's in Business Administration from Bryant University, and is a sought after speaker on topics such as Networking for Success, Navigating a Room, Negotiating and Personal Branding.
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Date: March 26, 2018
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: BSA Space