"Be there for others, but never leave yourself behind." - Dodinsky, New York Times bestselling author
Mindset. Mastery. Momentum. March 30 to April 1, 2016 Denver, CO - The Curtis Hotel
If you haven't looked recently, the lineup for three days of learning, networking, and fun is almost complete!
This year, the lineup includes some of our favorite career thought leaders, including Susan Whitcomb, Elisabeth Harney Sanders-Park, Deb Dib, and CTL board members Jan Melnik, Michelle Carroll, Ruth Winden, Ellen Bartkowiak, and Stephen Van Vreede.
It also includes new faces to the CTL conference, including Linda Van Valkenburgh, Beth B. Kennedy, Melanie Lenci, Ruth Pankratz, and Vaneese Johnson. Lastly, we’ll be bringing in a few outside voices to share marketing, sales, and technology strategies!
View the agendas for sessions covering coaching (career, executive, and more), business development (with a track for those from organizations), and writing (resumes, LinkedIn profiles, and more).
Relationships: Mindfulness Can Make it Easier to Work with Difficult People (Harvard Business Review) If you find yourself in annoying or adversarial conversations with family, friends, clients, or coworkers, and wonder how you ended up there, this article may shed some light and save you some anguish over the holiday season.
Life: How to Be Authentic – And Why You Should Bother(Life Reimagined) Everyone talks about being "authentic," but what does that mean? And what goes in to living it every day? This article provides great food-for-thought as we consider these questions.
Career Advancement: Branding Yourself to Growth and Success (MarketExpress)
With a little different flavor coming out of India, this article shares tools for branding that aren't what we're used to, but references a few tools you'll recognize.
Goals: Goals, Resolutions, and Mindfulness (Career Confidante Podcast)
The new year causes us to pause and, for many of us, make resolutions. This podcast explores the difference between goals and resolutions and the importance of mindfulness in creating success and happiness in life and work.
Congratulations to Ann Boyer who has earned the Certified Career Transition Coach credential! Ann is an experienced coach, dedicated to finding more and better ways to serve her clients in changing careers while honoring their experience. Kudos to you, Ann!
We'd love to share your good news! Please send any announcements you'd like included in the CTL Career Happy Hour to Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org.