Mid-Life, Mid-Career and Motivated to Move - 1/26/21


Date and Time
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
1:00pm— 2:00pm
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This is the first of a series of mini-workshops on career change for Wharton alumni. All classes are welcome, although we are focusing on people with at least a few years of experience.

Cathy Goodwin, Ph.D., an experienced author and career consultant, will speak on the topic:

5 career change secrets most career coaches won't tell you.

Topics include:
  - career change vs job change; the mindset shift you need to make (it's not woo-woo - this is what holds back 90% of career change);
  - why everyone over 40 needs a side hustle; and the most important steps to take when your job goes away; and
  - why you won't benefit from tests (and what to do instead).

As the title of the talk implies, Cathy's approach is contrarian, controversial and intensely practical.

About our speaker:



Cathy holds an MBA from Wharton (1975) and a PhD from UC Berkeley (marketing) She was a business school professor for over 20 years before establishing her own online business. Cathy has been interviewed as a career expert in the WSJ Online, Money Magazine, the Denver Post, and more. Her books on Amazon include, "Making the Big Move: Relocation as a Life Transition"(3d ed): http://mycopy.info/bigmove and, "Your 21-Day Career Makeover" (http://mycopy.info/career21).

    

Check out Cathy's website:  http://midlifecareerstrategy.com

Date and Time:
January 26, 2021 1-2 pm EST

Cost:
Wharton Club members:  Free
Non-members:  $10

Zoom Information provided with registration.

 

 


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