‘The Pivot Playbook: 10 Steps to a Successful Career Change’

Are you contemplating a major career change but need help figuring out where to start? Have you been doing the same job for years and are ready for a change? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans change jobs every four years. In this insightful webinar, Board Certified Coach, Caroline Francis, unveils a comprehensive playbook of 10 manageable steps to ignite your career transformation.

About the speaker: Caroline Francis specializes in assisting adults in various stages of career transition. Caroline holds several certifications, including Certified Career Counselor, Certified Career Services Provider, Global Career Development Facilitator, Board Certified Coach, and Certified Professional Retirement Coach. As Director of Alumni Career Services, Caroline’s primary role is supporting individual clients navigating strategic career pivots. She provides guidance, resources, and personalized coaching to help them achieve their career goals. Additionally, Caroline oversees the successful Job Club, an award-winning program designed to support adults in their job search efforts by offering networking opportunities, job search strategies, and interview preparation.

Join Caroline Francis at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 28, via Zoom.

Register online

Questions? Contact Nathan Ghiorso at nathan.ghiorso@wsu.edu.

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