Linkedin recently published a report saying that around 25% of people are actively looking for a new job while we’re in lockdown. Job insecurity is high with many people in furlough and others waiting to see if their job, maybe even their career, will survive the crisis. In addition to this, some have used this imposed hibernation as an opportunity to re-think completely what they are currently doing.
Executive Coach, Sarah Lyons will be facilitating this workshop and focussing on how you can keep “career fit” during these challenging times. Has the Covid-19 crisis given you pause for thought when it comes to your career? Have the changes you’ve had to experience changed how you view your current role or the way you work? Maybe you want to pivot your company in response to recent events?
Irrespective of which change challenge you face, it’s crucial to know what your strengths are, what your “spike” (your standout strength) is and to be able to crisply articulate it. It’s also helpful to understand your own response to change. Before you look ahead you need to take stock and this virtual workshop provides a safe and independent place to consider some of these questions.
About Sarah Lyons
Having spent her early career as an employment lawyer, Sarah has moved into executive coaching and also designs and facilitates leadership programmes. Sarah has worked with a number of female clients in the legal sector who are looking to balance challenging careers with the demands of a family.
Sarah is a mother of three and has extensive experience in Parental Coaching. She has worked with a wide range of clients, coaching both managers and parents, in order to facilitate a smooth return to work after the maternity transition.
Member: tickets are free, however, have the option of making a donation to WOW by choosing one of the Member 'donation' tickets.
Non-member: There is a nominal charge (a choice between a £10, £15 and £20 ticket price), with all money raised going to CWN’s charity partner, Wellbeing of Women (WOW).
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