No job stays the same forever.
From the introduction of new technologies, to company reorganizations, you’ll often find that your roles and responsibilities will evolve over time.
How will you deal with changes as they occur?
You can start by making a career survival plan.
Developed by MIT professor Dr. Edgar H. Schein – the career survival process is a useful way to analyze your job, predict future changes, and develop a plan to adapt.
In this course, learn how to take a job inventory to help better understand your roles, responsibilities, and the expectations others have of you. Learn how to analyze external and internal environments to identify the factors which affect your job and how they might change in the future.
Finally, see how to redefine your job for the future to ensure that you can adapt successfully to change.
Join us, and learn all about career survival!