Presented on: Tuesday, April 18th at 12:00 PM EDT
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Whether you’re working and not loving your current path, have a window of opportunity to decide your next direction or are struggling to land a role, this event is for you. Our featured speaker ― a career coach and CEO ― will share how to consider changing career directions, debunk limiting career mindsets, walk through a proven career exploration process, review job search best practices and more. To reach your potential, you’ll want to master these three keys to success: your mindset, accountability and practical strategies. This talk will help you optimize each of these critical areas. The presentation will take about 30 minutes, leaving the remainder of the hour for your questions.
Rachel Serwetz ’13 had early professional experiences at Goldman Sachs in operations and at Bridgewater Associates in human resources. From there, she was trained as a coach at New York University (NYU) and became a certified coach through the International Coach Federation. She subsequently worked in human resources research at Aon Hewitt and attained her technology MBA at NYU's Stern School of Business. Throughout her career, Serwetz has helped hundreds of professionals with career exploration and, for the past five years, has been building her company WOKEN, an online career exploration platform to coach professionals through the process of clarifying their ideal job and career path. She has served as a career coach through the Flatiron School/WeWork, Columbia University and Project Activate, and has also served as an adjunct instructor of entrepreneurship at Binghamton University.
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