Career Development Webinar

Get Your Engineering Career Unstuck In This Webinar

  • What the signs are for being stuck in first gear in your career
  • What leads to being stuck and how do you get out?
  • How I can help you get out of this situation and move forward
  • The recent success story of an engineer becoming unstuck

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Is Your Engineering Career Stuck In First Gear?

Thursday 17th May 2018
1:30pm to 2:30pm

Take Charge And Advance Your Career — Don’t
Become Commoditised!

Has your engineering career stalled out? Do you feel like a car stuck in first gear, not able to move forward any faster?

It used to be that there was a shortage of talent and jobs were plentiful in the engineering world, but that’s not true any longer. The competition is fierce in today’s market and it’s hard to move ahead, whether you’re trying with your existing company or a new business.

Nowadays, the market has fewer job opportunities and plenty of great candidates to choose from. An excess of supply of great talent in recent years has made a commoditisation of engineers.

If you’re waiting for other people such as your manager or recruiting agents to advance your career, then you are going to be disappointed. If you’re not finding ways to differentiate yourself, you are facing the situation of being commoditised, which is a surefire way to stay stuck in your career.

In this competitive market, you need to begin thinking like a “hunter,” rather than a “farmer.”

Hunters actively pursue and create new ways to make themselves stand out from the crowd —they’re on the prowl for opportunities to improve and advance. If you’re still using traditional techniques to get a new job, like sending out resumes and talking to recruitment agents, you’re not a hunter.

The job market is not the way it used to be — you can’t wait for good things to happen, you need to make things happen or you’ll be stuck with no way to move forward.

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Is Your Engineering Career Stuck In First Gear?

Thursday 17th May 2018
1:30pm to 2:30pm



Australia’s Most Respected Career Mentor
For Degree-Qualified Engineers

As Australia’s most respected career coach for individuals with a technical background, Ray Pavri has helped over 4,000 individuals develop effective career strategies and find meaningful work. He is committed to helping engineers whose career is stuck in low gear and offering guidance on how to break free from work traps.

This webinar will transform your way of thinking about your engineering career and what it takes to avoid stalling out and not achieving your dreams and goals.

Ray is Australia’s most respected career mentor for degree-qualified engineers and the author of the breakthrough book, The Work Trap Dilemma.

Pursuing career emancipation is a difficult path, and the journey of identifying the right organisation to join and how to get there can be a frustrating and futile exercise, especially if the right kind of support is not readily available. For over 20 years, Ray has made it his mission to help those who have lost all enjoyment in their career to unleash their creativity, initiative, and contribution on the world.

Based on his experience, Ray knows that, in the end, it’s your choice whether to be stuck in an unfulfilling job and hope that things change, fighting the battle with an uncertain outcome, or to take flight toward a more rewarding and meaningful career.

Here’s an example of what you’ll learn at the FREE webinar, Is Your Engineering Career Stuck In First Gear?

  • The specific signs that you’re stuck in first gear in your career (e.g., low self-esteem, questioning whether you’re in the right industry, no pay increases over the years)
  • What factors lead to being stuck (the “deer-in-the-headlights” syndrome, disliking the level of engagement required to move forward, letting ego get in the way – just to name a few)
  • Ways I can help you get out of being stuck (we’ll start with strengths and career profiling, customised execution plan, personalised mentor matching)
  • Live reports from engineers who have become unstuck and moving ahead

Don’t Miss Out

Is Your Engineering Career Stuck In First Gear?

Thursday 17th May 2018
1:30pm to 2:30pm