An Interactive Discussion
Do you struggle to get excited about a job that others say you should feel good about? Are you looking for a career that feels like it was made just for you? There is a map that can guide you there!
Join me Thursday, March 30 at Noon Eastern / 9AM Pacific for my free Career Journey's discussion.
Unlike our parents' and grandparents' days, careers nowadays rarely follow a simple, straight line. I've worked with many clients who shifted directions midstream, sometimes multiple times. These varied from a minor shift to a radical change. Some continued in the corporate world, others carved out successful consulting practices.
I've also made two major career transitions myself, ultimately to my current (final?) career as Job Search Strategist. I enjoy sharing what I've learned about career journeys, and this series of interview lets me add into the mix what has worked for others. Join me as I explore the clues to fulfilling transitions, to help you uncover the recipe for success in your own career journey.
On March 30, I'm going to interview Kevin Hott on his career journey from the US Navy, to aerospace engineering, to wealth management. I'm going to interview him on exactly what led to those transitions, and his key learnings from each. We'll take your questions as well, so line them up!
Join us as we embark on this 1 hour journey Thursday, March 30
Noon Eastern / 11AM Central / 10AM Mountain / 9AM Pacific.
(If you can't make it live, I will make a recording available to registrants for a limited time afterwards.)
John Hadley (www.JHACareers.com) is known as The Job Search Strategist, and has specialized for almost 20 years in helping job seekers who are frustrated with their search. A popular and sought-after speaker and author on every aspect of the job hunt, he has coached 100's to land the job and pay they deserve, and helped thousands through his seminars, tele-classes, webinars, videos and insightful Career Tips newsletter.
Kevin Hott started out as an electrical engineer. After Penn State, he became a US Navy engineer, where he earned the
Participation in this session will be limited.
Don't miss out - register now to guarantee yourself a seat!