Tailoring Your Job: Finding Personal Fulfillment in Your Current Role

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Oct 05, 2014 Comments Off on Tailoring Your Job: Finding Personal Fulfillment in Your Current Role

Online Webinar
Thursday, October 16, 2014, 12:30 – 1:30pm

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Are you searching to find more meaning in your everyday work environment and assigned tasks?  Do you want more for yourself than a high salary and rank?

Contrary to popular belief, one's paycheck and job title may not have a huge impact on personal workplace productivity and happiness.  It is important for one to be aware of their specific role in an organization and identify ways to make themselves more fulfilled through finding meaning in that role.

Join Arthur Woods (B'10), Co-Founder of Imperative, to learn about his organization's methodology around 'job tailoring' and what concepts you can apply bring more purpose to your current position.

Woods will present:

-What leading research shows about what really drives people at work

-Stories of how other people used job tailoring to improve their work

-An easy-to-remember framework you can implement in your o bring more purpose to your job

About the presenter:

Before co-founding Imperative Arthur led operations for YouTube EDU at Google where he developed the first scalable quality review process for the onboarding of new educational content on YouTube, then oversaw operations of YouTube for Schools. He later managed the development of YouTube’s first guide for education and co-organized YouTube’s inaugural Education Summit.

He previously co-founded the Compass Fellowship, a social enterprise training program in over 18 universities worldwide. He co-designed the program and coordinated relations with institutional stakeholders to expand it, securing more $500k of program investment. Prior to Compass, he launched Mission Three, a farmer’s market delivery service that won two international business awards and scaled to three college markets. Arthur previously consulted with Booz Allen Hamilton, leading an assessment and redesign of the company’s internal recruiting process.

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