Have the realities of the post COVID-19 economy started to hit home? Many are furloughed, laid-off, fired, or living with the fear that their job is at risk, particularly as PPP funds run out and many employers face difficult decisions.
You might have even thought about seeking a new position earlier this year, only to be derailed by the global pandemic.
This webinar is for anyone finding yourself:
-Spinning your wheels, trying to Google “how do I find a job,” getting overwhelmed, and going back to the couch.
-Exhausted and demoralized by the economy and what it’s done to your career and life.
-Worrying about money and watching your bank account dwindle with no clear game plan.
-Telling your significant other “I’m trying to find a job” as you find the end of the internet and promise yourself you’ll be more productive tomorrow.
-Making excuses when friends ask for your résumé, or ask how they can help.
-Frustrated that you were about to search for a new job, and then COVID-19 came and put everything on hold.
-If any of those resonate, join us to learn how to take back control of your career and build long-term career resiliency.
If any of those resonate, join us to learn how to take back control of your career and build long-term career resiliency.
Learn why career resiliency can be the factor that helps you bounce back from an ailing economy or helps you weather the storm.
Understand the elements of career resiliency and how It is within your control to develop your own resiliency.
Specific strategies you can apply right away to transform your career resiliency and readiness to rebound if necessary.
Assistant Director, Career Advancement
Helen oversees the digital programs including the NAA Career Webinar Series along with the NAA Career Podcast, Northwestern Intersections, to provide career advancement resources for the alumni network. She is passionate about engaging alumni to share their stories of how Northwestern has impacted their lives.
Amy M. Gardner
Principal at Apochromatik
Amy M. Gardner is a certified career development and career transitions coach with Apochromatik. Amy's work draws on her unique experience as dean of students at the University of Chicago Law School and a successful career practicing law, first as a Skadden litigation associate and later as an associate and then partner at a mid-size Chicago firm. She received her B.A. from Luther College, her J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School, and her M.A. in Public Policy and Administration from Northwestern University. Her career and goal achievement advice has been featured in media including ABA publications, Bustle, Corporette, Glassdoor, Health, Monster, NBC, and Women's Running magazine.