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Women in Energy Career Development Workshop: Career Strategy (for professionals)

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April 30, 2019

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location: The New School 2 West 13th Street (M104, The Bark Room)  New York, NY 10011 Career Strategy – Why Just Doing the Work Won’t Work for Professional Women You’ve worked so hard. You have an advanced degree from an exceptional school.  You’ve continued to work hard at your job. Is that enough to get you the career you want? It should. But you need to support your hard work with a little strategic thinking. Knowing who you are as a leader, combined with proven career strategy techniques, can be the ticket. Claire Steichen has spent 10 years coaching hundreds of high-achieving women, and two decades working in sales and marketing at the world’s largest beauty multi-nationals. Claire has developed the I to the 4th Power* approach. By knowing what you bring to the table and how organizations work, you can strategize what you want and how to get there. Join the center on Global Energy Policy’s Women in Energy program in this workshop where you will: •    Get clear on your target and why you want it.  Here’s a clue: it naturally emerges from your story •    Stop comparing yourself to others and create your own roadmap •    Learn the self-care techniques that will keep you confident in your plan and on track *I to the 4th Power gains effectiveness from the sequencing of its elements:  Impact, Influence, Initiative and Innovation.  Beginning with yourself and working outward, you gain deep self-awareness.  You learn to self-manage and communicate effectively.  You are more confident in taking initiative and more resilient to the feedback that will make you grow as a leader.  You are able to work autonomously to feel ultimate motivation. This event is for current energy professionals. Registration is required. Since space is limited, RSVPs will be accepted on a first-come basis until capacity is reached. Dinner will be provided.  For more information contact: [email protected]

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