Career Connections: Own It! Building Career Agility for Yourself

  • 07 Nov 2014
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar
  • 20


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Career Connections: Own It! Building Career Agility for Yourself

Are you looking for a new job or to make a career change? If so, plan to join the Chapter’s free monthly Career Connections Webinar and discussion series to virtually connect with other job seekers, share leads, ideas, or challenges, and to provide each other with support. In addition, each session includes a facilitated conversation about a specific career development topic. The topic for November is "Own It! Building Career Agility for Yourself”:

The economy, new technology, scarcity of good jobs, and increasing number of people in the workforce are challenges that require new thinking and personal action.  Building career agility begins with empowered people to identify the best methods to reach their goals and take responsibility to Own It!

Join our guest speaker Alice Muellerweiss to examine a new career model and discover tools and techniques to help you visualize your career differently, develop a plan and Take Action to achieve career aspirations. Learn tips on how to champion yourself, increase innovation, and create change to achieve individual success.

Alice challenges people to “own it” and prepare to invest in themselves. A combat Veteran who began her career more than 30 years ago as an Army private, culminating her federal career as a member of the senior executive service, she has experienced first-hand, observed people, and researched leadership and career management  processes.  She’s learned that investing in people inspire great work, motivate employees and deliver results.  Alice strikes the right balance from her personal story and illustrates impactful models and career tips in her new book, “It’s Your Career: Own It!” published in October 2014.

Please note that the link to log in to this session will be sent to you via the Confirmation and Reminder emails. You will receive a Reminder email three days before the event, as well as the day before.

If you have questions about this event, updates, or a social media best practice to share with the group, please contact Pam Marshall Director of Career Services at