The 5 C’s of Career Reinvention

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Sep 02, 2012 Comments Off on The 5 C’s of Career Reinvention

Online webinar
Tuesday, September 25, 2012, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Reinventing your career after a professional hiatus can be difficult to navigate alone. Based on Defineum’s proven career reinvention process, this powerful program will help you take the first steps toward professional reengagement and will help you begin shaping a career that’s richer and more rewarding than you ever thought possible. Hear from Carol J. Morley (B’90), Founder, Defineum, LLC, as she discusses the five C's of Career Reinvention:

1. Cognition: Don’t Believe Everything You Think. Understand how limiting beliefs can hold you back and reframe them to help you reorient your career more powerfully.

2. Clarity: Know Who You Are. Understand what you excel at, what you’re passionate about, what motivates you and what provides meaning in your career pursuits.

3. Creativity: Think Outside the Box. Take an active role in custom-designing the professional path that’s right for you.

4. Connection: Build Your Network. Take stock of your connections and identify where and how to best focus your efforts.

5. Course of Action: Make it Happen. Define the necessary steps to create your ideal career path and set concrete goals and take specific actions to get there.

Prior to creating Defineum, Carol was a founding partner of a leading executive search boutique specializing in recruiting top performers for hedge funds and traditional investment firms. Prior to her ten-year executive search career, Carol spent five years as a strategic consultant to the investment industry. Her earlier career experience includes investment banking and business process reengineering. Carol received a BA in Finance from Georgetown University in 1990 and has been a CFA charterholder since 1998. She is a Board member of the Ackerman Institute for the Family and a graduate of the Institute’s Foundations in Family Therapy program. She is also a graduate of the Creativity and Personal Mastery Institute and the University of Pennsylvania’s Foundations in Positive Psychology program.

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