My colleague Linda Mackay and I are once again offering our 4-week online course to find more calm, more joy, and less anxiety in your busy life.
If you are feeling overwhelmed more often than not, this course is an invitation to explore some practical strategies for approaching and experiencing your life differently so you are more focused and more fulfilled.
I set up my private career counselling practice because being a solo-entrepreneur suits me in many ways and suits the vision of what I want to offer and accomplish. Here are some things that I have learned in 10 years as a “solopreneur”
I’ve started another series of short videos that I record live on Facebook on Thursdays at 12 EDT. You can join me there live, if you like, or watch later, or wait for a few to appear here. (I also share these videos to my LinkedIn page occasionally.) Soon the videos will be hosted on my career resource website, The Career Possibility Studio, but it’s not quite ready to launch yet.
I share resources, tools, and book reviews, and also have a once per month short Q&A session. Here’s a recent one to view: READ FULL STORY ·
Happy 2018! I’m excited to be collaborating with my colleague Jennifer Jennings, psychotherapist, to offer an in-person workshop in Stratford, Ontario on Saturday, February 3rd. We’ll be facilitating discussion to explore ways increase joy in your life this year and make small changes with big impact.
This is a small group workshop at The Space Within in Stratford. Advance registration is required to hold your spot.
See all the details and register online here. An early registration discount is available for registration before January 22, 2018.
Watch soon too for the full launch of the Career Possibility Studio (the platform for this latest course) — it’s a growing library of free career resources plus occasional courses and 5-day career challenges.
I am excited to offer two short workshops this fall for my co-tenants at Innovation Works, a co-working space for social entrepreneurs in London, Ontario.
These Career Tune-Up sessions are an opportunity to reflect on an aspect of career well-being, discuss ideas with colleagues, apply helpful concepts and frameworks to one’s own career goals and growth, and choose a next step for personal and professional development.
The October Career Tune-Up focuses on career skills: transferable skills, technical skills, and some career management skills to feel confident, current, and adaptable. We’ll do personal skills inventories that will illuminate and validate our strengths and generate ideas for future skills development.
In November, we’ll discuss career support systems. The breadth and depth of supportive connections can influence the pace of career growth as well as one’s sense of career satisfaction. For the “tune-up”, we’ll explore steps to cultivate an energizing support network and foster positive, practical relationships to better navigate career ups and downs. This includes reviewing various types of career support, formal and informal, and exploring the key elements of a healthy career support system.
Contact me if your workplace is interested in a lunch and learn Career Tune-Up session!
This is the 4th interview in my new series about healthy, positive, and progressive workplaces.
I’m exploring what contributes to engagement, satisfaction, and well-being at work from the point of view of work environment, organizational culture, and leadership.
In this interview, I talk with Lore Wainwright, Director of Innovation Works, a co-working space in London, Ontario that was intentionally designed for social innovators who seek to generate the kinds of ideas that change the world. We talked about what co-working is, the benefits of these kinds of spaces, and Lore shared some examples of how co-tenants at Innovation Works are engaging with each other and creating a positive environment and culture.
I offer appointments by phone and serve people in Canada. I live in Stratford, Ontario and most often work with clients in Toronto and other Southwestern Ontario locations including London and Kitchener-Waterloo.
Please take advantage of my free 20-minute consultation call. We'll discuss the services I offer and the kind of career support you're seeking -- no obligation. Call or e-mail for a consultation appointment.