Developing your career in challenging times

This online webinar will take place via Zoom.

Fees: AUA Member £45+VAT | Non-member £95+VAT

10.00 to 12.30

Wednesday, 27 January 2021

About this Event

Don’t let a global pandemic put your career on hold! In fact, now might be the best time to think about where you ​want to go next. This online interactive workshop will provide you with the space to reflect on your values and motivations and how they impact on the world of work. Using ​a variety of career planning tools, you will take stock of your skills and qualities, and the resources available to you to ​develop and take the next step. You will learn about the benefits of different mindsets and consider the reality of the current situation, and how you can make it work for you.

Who is it for?

This session is relevant to anyone looking to develop their career.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this session, delegates will:

1. Understand what is important to them at work

2. Recognise, and ​understand how to promote the value they can bring to an organisation

3. Describe the mindsets and techniques that will help them make the most of situations

4. Plan the next steps to develop their career

Interested in becoming an AUA Member? Find out more and how to join here.

Details in brief

Location: Online via Zoom

Date: 27 January 2021

Time: 10:00 to 12.30

Fees: Member £45+VAT | Non-member £95+VAT

Speakers

Steph O’Halloran

Learning & Development Consultant and AUA Consultant

Steph O’Halloran is a Learning & Development Consultant and AUA Consultant. She worked at the Open University, for over 20 years supporting managers and their teams to improve their effectiveness. During this time, she led a number of key institutional projects, including the development and implementation of a new Leadership Competency Framework and the ILM Team Leader programme.
 
She is a skilled facilitator of groups, and has worked with managers and teams on designing and delivering tailored workshops to meet specific challenges such as team mergers and restructures. Topics have included, among many, objective setting, problem solving, managing underperformance and, more recently, handling challenging conversations. Steph has a Masters in Human Resources and is CIPD qualified. 

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