Career success is a shared responsibility between individuals and the organizations in which they work. The "sweet spot" refers to optimal engagement, where challenge aligns with individual and contextual capacity. However, challenge and capacity often shift and when they become unmanageable, chronic misalignment leads to disengagement; once one is shut down, it’s very difficult to re-engage.
In this webinar, learn to maximize engagement, adjust resources and use the career engagement model to achieve your own career success and optimize morale within your organization.
- Apply the career engagement model to individual and systemic challenges
- Recognize individual and contextual influences on capacity
- Acquire practical tools and strategies to maximize career success and to create environments where others can thrive
About the Facilitator:
Dr. Roberta Neault, co-developer of the Career Engagement model, is a counsellor educator, corporate consultant, author, and award-winning international leader in career development. She walks her talk, sustaining engagement over her 40+ years of working within the career development sector. Roberta speaks and writes extensively on topics related to individual and organizational career challenges within a rapidly changing global economy. Her focus is on engagement, wellbeing, sustainability, and international/global careers. Particularly relevant to this context, Roberta – like you – is a UBC alum. She completed her first degree at UBC in the ‘70s and continues today to do contract work within the Faculty of Education and with Post-Doctoral Fellows across the university.