“Should I stay or should I go?Discerning Your Next Big Career Move”
You’re a highly effective change management professional for a reason. You’re ambitious, smart and love helping people. You get fired up by helping your company achieve big goals while considering the impact on people, processes and the work environment.
Let’s be honest. You’re really good at what you do.
So, what happens when you want to leave your job and try something new?
When you get fed up with those 70-hour workweeks and want to invest that time in your own bottom line and not someone else’s?
How do you know what’s next?
How can you be sure that you can get greater control of your time and earning power and replace (and hopefully grow!) the salary that you and your loved ones have become accustomed to?
THIS is what we’ll begin to unpack in our upcoming Lunch and Lunch.
During this one-hour presentation and group discussion you will walk away with:
- Greater clarity on what is your best next step
- Insight into why most high achievers at some point start to consider starting their own shop
- Appreciation of the four primary paths that your career can take and the pros/cons of each
- The 7 questions to ask yourself to discern which path is for you
You’re not going to walk away with all the answers on your next big career move and how to make it happen but you WILL start to craft a vision for what’s next for you and the initial steps you can take to make it happen.
About our Guest Speaker
Betsy Jordyn is an accomplished consultant, author, entrepreneur, business mentor and certified archetype/depth coach. Through her personal and professional development company, she helps high achievers successfully navigate tricky career crossroads to create greater success on their own terms.
Prior to focusing her business exclusively on helping others achieve work/life integration, Betsy was a global consultant advising executives in world-class companies around the world. Companies like Disney, Wyndham and AAA have sought her guidance to help them go from good to great or great to even greater.
While she is proud of her professional success and her Masters’ degree in Human Resources/Organizational Development, her most significant accomplishment is being a single mom to her amazing daughters and pouring her heart and soul into helping her clients achieve their visions and goals.