I’m excited to be teaching a workshop at Sacramento State’s College of Continuing Education as part of its Professional Development Workshop Series in January. The theme for the month is “Setting and Meeting Your Goals,” and my workshop – “Craft Your Career” – is on January 31st, 2019 from 9am-4pm.
During this interactive day, we’ll cover the three C’s of Making Your Job Better, and then we’ll dive into the science of job crafting and how we can use it to increase our own motivation and productivity at work. There will be plenty of activities and exercises for you to reflect on your work situation. This is a great time of year to give your career a boost, both personally and professionally!
This workshop will be a condensed, one-day version of my group program on Make Your Job Better (which we just finished up before the holidays). So if you missed it, this is for you! And the price is right – Sacramento State is offering it for just a fraction of the group program’s cost.
I hope you’ll join me, and also spread the word – this workshop is going to help create positive changes in your work and career, and it’s going to be a lot of fun! Click here for more information and here to go directly to the registration page.
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