The Process of Transition in Career Transition
In the book, Transitions, by William F. Bridges, the author explains that transition is different than change. Change is more the outward manifestation of the circumstances. Transition is the psychological process that we go through as we move from one stage in life to another. This includes relationships as well as our work lives.
...One of the novel ideas that Bridges speaks about is that “it is the ending that makes the beginning possible.” Think about it. You cannot go on to your next job without the ending of the first one. You cannot move to your next career without the ending of the current one....
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Linda Speaking at City of Danbury Mad Hackers Social Media Conference!
All Day Conference in Downtown Danbury
SATURDAY, JUNE 8th, 2013 10:00am to 5:00pm
First Annual Social Media Conference slated to be huge draw for Western CT as a premier technology event.
Linda will be speaking on Twitter for Job Seekers at the Danbury Public Library, Saturday, June 8th at 2:00pm
Workshop Schedules here: http://madhackersconference.com/the-conference/
Twitter: @MadHackersConf Hashtag:#MadHC
Social Media Workshops for Job Seekers
Chose one, two or all three
Twitter - August 13th, 2013
LinkedIn - August 20th, 2013
Facebook - August 27th, 2013
- Did you know there are 1.5 Million jobs advertised on Twitter each month?
- Is your LinkedIn profile complete and advertising your brand in the best way possible?
- Do you know how to use a hashtag strategically?
- Do you know how to target companies on Twitter & Facebook?
- Can you read about a company’s culture from a social media source?
- Do you speak tweet?
- Do you know how to manage your Social Media platforms without wasting time each day?
Read more and register here - seating limited
I’m so glad I decided that my career was worth it. Looking for a job is hard work at a very stressful time in your life, but having Linda as a Career Coach kept the process focused and positive. She was well prepared for our meetings, had a specific agenda and made each session time well spent. My one big regret was that I spent the first six months thinking I could do it myself.
A career search is really many parts – it’s tactical, it’s emotional, it’s focused, and it’s personal. You addressed all of those things with such a positive, engaging, and skillful manner that I knew very quickly that success was all but guaranteed – as you strive for that yourself and in turn push your clients to achieve it. Your process and diligence for facilitating a successful search was brilliant! We went down a set path together, yet one that you were flexible with and catered to me specifically, and the results were quantifiable each step of the way.