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Looking Beyond Job Titles: How to Prepare People for the Future of Work with JP Michel and the NB Career Development Association

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Date(s) - 25/09/2018
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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Economic, technological and societal changes are making the concept of job titles obsolete. To prepare people for the new world of work, career practitioners need to move away from considering only the traditional list of jobs and careers, and direct their attention to the challenges, problems and opportunities that exist in the world.

One approach that moves us away from focusing on jobs is the Challenge Method. This approach helps people see the bigger picture: the challenges, problems and opportunities that exist in society and the world of work. Career practitioners can use the Challenge Method to:

  • Prepare high school students to explore the world of work and choose an education program
  • Equip jobseekers with a focused, “problem-solving” approach to their job search and application
  • Get professionals promoted by helping them to identify and solve problems within their current organizations
  • Enabling this shift from identifying job titles to using the Challenge Method will allow clients to approach the new world of work in a more effective way and yield greater results from their career development efforts.

 

Presenter: JP Michel

Date and Time:

Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET

Bring your team together for this convenient online training opportunity!

Cost:

Full Series NBCDA Member: $75 ($CAD)
Full Series Non-Member: $97 ($CAD)

In addition to access to the live webinars, all registered participants will receive a password-protected video recording of each session, available for one week from its live broadcast date in case you miss one.

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