Time and again I see engineers stuck almost in first gear, revving up and spinning their wheels ….but getting nowhere. There are a variety of signs I see among those who are stuck in first gear from a careers perspective and a whole variety of things they ought to be doing so that they move from first gear to running the car (their career engine) on full throttle.
I am hosting a webinar on 19th October at 12.30pm Sydney time and then another one on the same day at 12.30pm Perth time.
The things I will cover include:
Details about how to register for this webinar are as under:
When: Oct 19, 2017 12:30 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney.
Topic: Is your career stuck in a low gear? How to ramp this up …
Register for this webinar at:
TIME ZONE 1 (12.30 pm NSW / ACT / VIC time)
TIME ZONE 2 (12.30 pm WA time)
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
There is limited capacity and access to this will be on a strict first-come-first-served basis. This webinar will give valuable tips on how to get out of the career rut any engineer is in and is highly recommended for anyone who knows deep within their gut that their career is going no-where.
The webinar will include a 30 minute Q&A section where any career related questions engineers have, can be posed to Ray.
Individuals who’ve moved from first gear to full throttle through the Job Transition Strategy Program Ray runs can be available on request as guides in terms of how they have transformed themselves.
Any engineer who would like a copy of the free book “Work Trap Dilemma” prior to this webinar can register for a free copy here. It would help those attending to have read this book as a primer to the discussion which ensues.
For examples of the types of engineers who’ve gone through this Program and benefited from this see here.
This is a unique opportunity this side of Christmas and is being done to help engineers facing what are tough times. No engineer deserves this. Lets work together to address this as a community and here is my contribution as a member of this community. Perhaps EA may co-join this if they see this beneficial to their stakeholders but irrespective, this is something individuals can benefit from directly too.