Career Mental Models: Cultivating a Mindset of Success

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Aug 28, 2011 Comments Off on Career Mental Models: Cultivating a Mindset of Success

Online webinar
Thursday, September 15, 2011, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Have you ever said to yourself: “I need to make money. I don’t have the luxury of doing what I love,” "I can’t change careers now – I’m not qualified to do anything else,” or “The only way to make a real difference in the world is to work for a nonprofit – & they don’t pay enough.” These beliefs & others like them are examples of career mental models that may be limiting your opportunities for career success. Attend this thought-provoking workshop & recognize the power you have to shape your own thoughts & become aware of the career constraints your view of the world may be putting you under. Learn powerful tools to identify & reframe your limiting beliefs & create a more positive & successful career transition.

Presented by Carol Morley (B’90), co-founder of Defineum & leader of high-impact executive coaching programs for corporations & individuals. Prior to founding Defineum, Carol had a successful twenty-year career in the financial services industry. Most recently, Carol was a founding partner of Jamesbeck Global Partners, a leading executive search firm specializing in recruiting senior executives in the investment industry. Prior to five years at Jamesbeck, Carol spent an additional five years at Highland Search Group, a boutique executive search firm, where she was a partner in the investment management practice. Prior to Highland, Carol spent five years as a strategic consultant to the investment management industry, both at BARRA/RogersCasey & Cowen Asset Management. Her earlier career experience includes investment banking at Kidder, Peabody & management consulting at Accenture. A magna cum laude graduate, Carol received a bachelor’s degree in Finance & International Management from Georgetown University in 1990 & was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1998. She is a Board member of the Ackerman Institute & a graduate of the Institute’s Foundations in Family Therapy program.

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