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2012/02/01 - Effective Career Strategies: Take inspired action to develop your career for the future

posted Jan 18, 2012, 9:16 AM by Anton Dubov   [ updated Feb 3, 2012, 8:31 AM ]
Career self-management is an important 21st century skill, but what does it mean, and how is it done? Gone are the days when your employer managed your career for you. Yet, if you’re in charge of your own career, how do you decide what you want? How do you indentify and communicate your strengths? If you’re employed, how do you talk to management about all this? If you’re under-employed or in-transition how do you take charge and become more empowered in your career and life choices? Be inspired by
career success stories and find out the six key 
ingredients that make career self-management easy. When it comes to making career and life choices, who you are matters!



Date:Wednesday, Feb 1 , 2012  
Time:6:30pm-9:00pm
Location:Eric Palin Hall 314
87 Gerrard Street East,
Toronto, M5B 1G8
Registration:Link
Registration fee:Free for ASME members
$5 for non-members
Registration Deadline:Jan 31, 2012


Speaker: 
Mark Franklin, CEO for Career Cycles


PRESENTER BIO

Mark Franklin, MEd, PEng,CMF is practice leader of CareerCycles, and produces and hosts the weekly Career Buzz radio show. Mark has helped 2000+ clients from over 80 countries of origin become empowered in their career and life choices including many engineering industry professionals. CareerCycles is the career advisory firm for Ontario Society of Professional Engineers, U of T Alumni, among others. Mark leads a team of Associates who provide career management coaching to individuals and lead groups and workshops on career and work topics. He worked formerly at University of Toronto, York University, and had a 10-year engineering career in management consulting with KPMG, and technology management.  www.careercycles.com