The Unexpected Secret to Love Going to Work on Mondays
Your work is critical to your financial and emotional well-being. Over the course of your life, you will devote nearly a third of it to work. Yet, for so many of us, Monday is the start of a work week that is uninspiring, unfulfilling, and downright frustrating. It’s time for change.
To have work that makes you happy is not a fantasy, it can be your reality. You need the right strategy and structure to transform and advance your career. A strategy that is based on your gifts and talents, your desires, and your needs. Otherwise you run the risk of spending your time on a career detour rather than on a career trajectory. In this highly interactive presentation, participants will:
• Understand the one thing you MUST do to have work you love.
• Differentiate between your ‘good at’ skills vs your ‘love to’ gifts.
• Kickstart your career advancement strategy so you can keep your momentum through the uncertainty and be ready to implement your strategy now.
About the Speaker
With over 20 years of experience in the Talent Acquisition field, Rebecca Le Vine’s expertise is changing the work lives of so many.
financial, energy and legal sectors, affording Rebecca a strong expertise for developing the right career advancement strategy for you.
As a Talent Acquisition Leader, Rebecca Le Vine has spent nearly 20 years observing people’s responses to the workplace. She had the unique opportunity to interview hundreds of employers and thousands of employees, and they shared their experience of being unhappy and frustrated in the workplace. As a result, she gained an intimate knowledge of what causes unhappiness at work. Rebecca wanted to help solve this problem, so she created holistic strategies that are unique and effective for transforming your experience of work and your ability to advance your career.
Rebecca uses her expertise and intuitive skills to create a career transformation and advancement strategy that will help you Love Your Mondays again.
Rebecca is the author of Work Hurts: 3 Steps to Healing Your Relationship with Work