Career Quest Part 1: Finding Your Flow
It takes both introspection and vision to plan a professional path that taps into your strengths, stimulates your curiosity and delivers satisfying challenges over a lifetime. Through this Career Quest series, you will discover what motivates you and begin charting a smart course to your energizing and rewarding career.
In this first installment of our Career Quest Series, you'll track your talents and interests to their source to understand what drives you.
Harnessing the power of your strengths is the first step toward finding the best career path for you. Your first mission: Find your flow and take it wherever it leads you.
Taking a look through these pre-work exercises will prepare you for the webinar on April 25:
- Flow Moments — This will help you identify previous times you were in the zone, so you can find roles and careers in which you maximize your flow moments.
- Good Time Journal by Designing Your Life — Conduct a log of your daily activities and indicate how engaged and energized each makes you. Try to do this each day leading up to the webinar. Any surprises? Any patterns?
- Get To Know You Survey
The webinar is presented by:
Emily Taylor recognized how college students and those early in their careers were not getting the proper guidance to determine the right career path or the tactical skills to get there. So she started NextStep, which provides career coaching and grad school admission consulting to top performers.
For over 6 years, Emily served as the Director of MBA Career Education at UCLA Anderson. She taught a 6-month career management course to over 2,000 first-year MBA students in addition to designing in-person workshops, running virtual trainings and coaching students 1-on-1. During her time at Anderson, the career center became the highest rated of the top 20 business schools. Previously, Emily was the Vice President of Talent at Revolution Prep, the largest classroom based SAT test prep provider in the country. As Vice President, she oversaw Human Resources, Recruiting, Training & Development, Internal Communications and Company Culture. Previously, as the National Director of Training & Instruction, she was the product manager for the core product and ran the Entrepreneurial Management Program.
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