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The Path to Career Reinvention - Miller

"The Path to Career Reinvention"
A Free Webinar

Are you in an industry or job impacted by COVID, and worry that you may need to reinvent your career to continue bringing in the income you need?

Or are you just tired of where your job is heading, and want to move in a new direction?

Join me Thursday, November 12 at 6PM Eastern for the second installment of my free Reinvent Your Career webinar series.

Covid-19 has led many companies to reduce operations and staff.

  • WarnerMedia told the Wall Street Journal on October 8 that it plans to cut thousands of jobs in order to reduce costs by 20%.
  • Cineworld, which owns Picturehouse and Regal, closed all their theaters worldwide on October 5, impacting 40,000 jobs in the US.
  • Shell announced they are cutting up to 9,000 jobs, or roughly 10% of their workforce.
  • On October 1, United Airlines furloughed 13,000 people.
  • Disney announced on September 29 that it was cutting 28,000 jobs from its theme parks division.

    At the same time, there are businesses and industries that are thriving. Many will need to change jobs, industries, or may even need a complete career makeover to survive. How do you successfully cross over?

    I've worked with numerous clients who reinvented themselves. Sometimes this involved a minor shift, others a radical change. I've also made two successful career transitions myself, and want to share what I've learned. And I want to bring into the mix what has worked for others. Thus, I've embarked on a series of webinars to explore the clues that helped create successful transitions, to help you uncover the recipe for reinvention.

    The recipe can vary a bit depending on your specific situation, such as:

  • Being forced to make a change, vs. deciding to pursue something new yourself;
  • How big a shift you seek to make;
  • Whether you are a sole breadwinner, or have another income to help support your change;
  • If you are moving from a corporate tole to your own independent practice.

    So I am going to interview people from different walks of life, helping you see how to pick and choose those elements that will apply best to your own situation.

    For this second webinar, I have the pleasure of interviewing my good friend Dave Miller on not just one, but two successful transitions!

    Dave's first reinvention was from a rewarding career as an actuary, to opening up his highly successful business and sales coaching practice. And then, after two decades, he decided to head back to the corporate world in a traditional actuarial role. As you might guess, the latter presented a particular challenge, to convince prospective employers why they should consider him over other actuaries who had been fully employeed in the field during those years.

    I'm going to probe into what sparked both changes, to unearth the keys to Dave's success, that you can then apply to your own career. This will be an interactive webinar, where Dave will also respond to your specific questions.

    Join us as we embark on this 1 hour journey Thursday, November 12 at 6PM Eastern / 5PM Central / 4PM Mountain / 3PM Pacific.
    (If you can't make it live, I will make a recording available to registrants for a limited time afterwards.)

    Speaker Bios

    John Hadley ( is a recognized expert in career search, who has specialized for over 15 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.

    Dave Miller David C. Miller MS, FSA, PCC is founder and CEO of Business Growth Strategies. He is an internationally-recognized human development expert specializing in sales, leadership and change management. With over 30 years of business experience, working in corporate, consulting and entrepreneurial environments, Dave helps executives, leaders, managers and corporate employees at all levels have more influence and make a greater impact on their organization. This includes helping consultants and sales professionals attract and convert more clients, as well as equipping corporate executives with influential leadership skills.

    In May 2020, he re-entered the corporate world full-time as Director, Annuity Pricing at USAA. He continues to work with select coaching clients as time permits, and also brings those coaching and leadership skills to his corporate work.

    Participation in this session will be limited. Don't miss out - register now to guarantee yourself a seat!