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Inner Techniques of a Career Transition (Career Series #83)

Join our webinar on a new date to talk about inner techniques for managing your thoughts, emotions, and energy that can often get in your way of an effective job search.

Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Time: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

This interactive session will focus on the “Inner Techniques of a Career Transition.” While an effective resume, LinkedIn profile, and interviewing and negotiating skills are important to a job search, it’s the less talked about inner techniques for managing your thoughts, emotions, and energy that can often get in your way. This presentation will focus on research-based practices -- affirmations, meditation, and gratitude --  that can support you in being your best self during your transition. Bonnie Petrovich, a senior career consultant, will help you build your resilience, focus, energy, and confidence for a transition to your professional next step.

Our presenter, Bonnie Petrovich is passionate about empowering people in their career transitions. She likes collaborating with clients to market their strengths and experience, “to make the invisible, visible.” She has over 20 years’ experience working in human resources, training, and talent development with Fortune 500 companies and smaller businesses across a range of industries. Prior to joining Keystone Associates, Bonnie directed a New England regional training program for a Fortune “Most Admired” financial services company, coaching entrepreneurs in developing their careers and launching their businesses. She is known for her intuitive listening and supporting professionals in getting very practical results. Bonnie has an MEd in Counseling Psychology from Cambridge College. She is a Professional Certified Coach by ICF and the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), was named “Career Coach of the Year – 2013” by ICF New England, and is a Certified Trainer and experienced group facilitator.





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