PDC Upcoming Trainings
Oct. 31 & Nov. 7, 9 am - 4 pm: "Project Management 2.0" with Jack Nevison, Cambridge, MA
November 17, 18, 19, 9 am - 12 pm: "Quick Books For Non-Financial Managers" with Tom Archer, PDC Training Ct., Canton, MA
Nov. 14, 1 pm - 4 pm: "Annual Fundraising Campaigns & Major Gifts" with Sunny Stich, Cambridge, MA
November 24, 9 am - 12 pm: "Double Your Productivity" with John Chapin, Norwood, MA
December 5, 9 am - 4 pm: "Introduction to Agile & Scrum" with Pat Arcady, Cambridge, MA
October 29: "Make the Most of Professional Events"" Fred Nothnagel 3 WIND/South
November 6: Improving Interview Performance Using the Organizational Message Chart Technique WIND/
TBD Fred Nothnagel 3 WIND/East
August 12 : TBA Gail Birger 3 Upcoming Workshops
Identify Your Ideal Career: A Five Session Career Direction Group, starts Nov. 4, 2014, Cambridge, MA
Still looking for your ideal job? Not sure what kind of work you’re best at doing? Were former jobs not a good match for your talents?
This time, make your job search one where you go for a job that truly matches your key skills, talents and values.
It is possible to find work that is a better fit. Instead of “falling into your next job”, discover your “ career best” areas and go for a position that allows you to truly flourish.
Join us for a special five-session group process that allows you to identify your ideal career by uncovering your unique strengths, skills, and interests. The group uses Self-Analysis, Career Assessments, and a group feedback process that clarifies your career direction. The understanding that results benefits you throughout your career and speeds your return to work. Let this group put you on a path toward greater accomplishment, career success and financial reward.
Interested? Join “Identify Your Ideal Career” starting Tuesday, November 4, 2014, at 9 am . (see below).
GAIN THESE BENEFITS :
Clear identification of your key job strengths, skills, and interests
Expert and group feedback and support, helping you clarify your new career possibilities
Higher level of motivation as you identify your ideal career direction
Understanding of your “career best” areas where talents, interests and matching company needs come together
Specific job titles to pursue that match your strengths and skills
Identify Your Ideal Career draws upon the latest career research, combined with expert guidance, individual career exercises, and a group process which gives you a 360-degree perspective on your ideal work possibilities. Each member will receive a Career Workbook that will help you uncover your career strengths, preferences, and skill sets. This information is matched with results from (1) the Clifton Strengths Finder - II, (2) the Strong Interest & Skill Assessment, (3) Myers-Briggs Step II, (4) two Values assessments, (5) the Skills Scan for Transferable Skills, and (6) the MassCIS SKILLS Assessment. Members will be encouraged to network with professionals in their new fields.
CONTENTS - “IDENTIFY YOUR IDEAL CAREER” - Five Sessions of Learning and Discovery
Session One, we’ll do introductions, review course work, and complete a unique exercise which uses past accomplishments to identify current career passions and purpose. We’ll also review your Clifton Strengths Finder Assessment to identify your top five areas of strength.
Session Two, we review homework on career interests and discuss the results of the . You’ll leave knowing the types of work that interest you and your confidence level in performing them. Strong Career Interest Assessment
Session Three, we review your Myers Briggs Step II Assessment. You will learn how your personality can aid your success at work, how to communicate better with others and what work environments best meet your needs.
Session Four, we analyze personal and career accomplishments to identify your key job skills. Also, between sessions each participant will meet privately with the facilitator for his help in analyzing their results.
Session Five, all assessment results are reviewed and analyzed as a group. We look for patterns that identify your key strengths and skills (your “career best” areas) and identify occupations that match those areas of strength. You’ll now be able to say, “ I know the occupations where I can succeed and excel.”
COST: This five-session group costs $297.00. It includes a complete workbook, all career assessments, the Clifton Strengths Finder II book, career handouts, a Job Search Performance Review and Networking DVD. Each member will also receive a FREE hour-long career session with the facilitator. Meetings are held at Career Source.
Identify Your Ideal Career combines resources from three outstanding organizations: Career Source, Cambridge, a leading One-Stop Career Center; Success Associates Career Services, an innovative career services firm; and WIND/South, a networking group for professionals in transition. All three organizations work together to provide you with a new level of professional career service.
FACILITATOR : Larry Elle is Director of Success Associates Career Services. He facilitates WIND South Networking and has helped hundreds of Boston area professionals land “work they love.” A Nationally Certified Career and Job Transition Counselor, Larry wrote Community Connections: Resources for Massachusetts Unemployed and produced Power Networking: The Path to Job Search Success. To learn more, call 617-325-4521.
WHEN: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Starts Tuesday, November 4, and Tuesdays November 18, 25, and December 2 and 9, 2014. WHERE: Career Source Career Center, 186 Alewife Brook Parkway, Cambridge, MA in the Fresh Pond Shopping Center, 3 rd floor, near Alewife MBTA Station. Phone: 617-661-7867x0. Free parking available.
To Register: Mail this form and your check of $297.00 to Success Associates Career Services, 97 Bright Road, Belmont, MA 02478.
For More Information: Email Larry Elle at or email@example.com call 617-325-4521. Class limited to 12. Initial course materials will be emailed to you upon receipt of your check. Name Address Phone Email