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Six Keys to Career Resilience

Friday, September 19, 2014 5:00am - 6:00am EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Maureen Orey, President, Workplace Learning & Performance Group

Stay Afloat! Six Steps to Building Career Resilience

It is commonly believed that “training is always the first to go” when organizations need to cut the budget, leaving many corporate training professionals looking for work.  You often hear "let the problems roll off you like water off a duck's back", but do you know that ducks aren't always waterproof?  It takes a certain process for a duck to stay afloat, as well as for us to keep our career afloat. Building career resilience is crucial to your success. Using the metaphor of a duck’s waterproofing and relevant real-life case scenarios, we will explore the six steps to help you build your career resilience.
 

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Maureen Orey
Maureen Orey

President, Workplace Learning & Performance Group

A Certified Professional in Learning & Performance and Doctoral Candidate in Organizational Leadership, Maureen is an expert facilitator, trainer and coach. She is the Founder of the Workplace Learning & Performance Group, which was recently recognized as the 2014 Micro Business of the Year for Excellence in Customer Service by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. Her specialties include leadership and organizational development, communication, career development and diversity.  Maureen's students and clients consistently rave about her work, many calling her "the best trainer I've ever experienced". Her clients include Boeing, Sony, Rolls Royce, Porsche, Scripps, SHARP and more.


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