Guiding Your Career: Meaning and Purpose

Speaker Series: Dr. Ron Elsdon
Date
Sat, Apr 10, 2021, 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Event Location

Online via Zoom webinar

Please join us in this informative Webinar to learn from an expert in the field on how:

  • Explore how to build a strong foundation of self-understanding
  • Guide your career in the future
  • Learn what matters and what has changed in job search
  • Explore understanding what brings personal meaning for your career and path forward
  • Guide your transition
Event Details

Entering the workforce after graduation or transitioning at a later stage are opportunities to look afresh at a path forward that brings meaning and purpose as well as meeting practical financial needs. In this session we will explore how to build a strong foundation of self-understanding, which is central to successfully guiding your career in the future. We will touch on what still matters and what has changed in job search, we will explore understanding what brings personal meaning for your career and path forward, and we will discuss guiding your transition.

Speaker: Dr. Ron Elsdon
An author, speaker, and founder of organizations in the career and workforce development fields.His experience includes working with university students and alumni and heading a practice supporting senior executives in transition. His social activism is expressed through community volunteer work and promoting a range of social causes. His published works include: How to Build a Nontraditional Career Path: Embracing Economic Disruption; editor of Business Behaving Well: Social Responsibility, from Learning to Doing; editor of Building Workforce Strength: Creating Value through Workforce and Career Development; and author of Affiliation in the Workplace: Value Creation in the New Organization. He holds a doctorate in chemical engineering from Cambridge University, a master’s in career development from John F. Kennedy University, and a bachelor’s in chemical engineering from Leeds University. Ron can be reached at ronelsdon@gmail.com. His web site is www.elsdon.com.