CANCELLED: Career Blind Spots and How They Might be Holding You Back
Penn Alum Joan Tabb, Founder and President of Great in 8 Coaching, is back with another informative and interactive session to advance your career goals
Invited back for a third time by the Penn Club of Northern California, Joan Tabb, M.A., will focus on some very interesting case studies featuring clients who knew they wanted to move their career forward, came to coaching with some goals, but discovered they were not aware of the factors holding them back. In essence, they did not know what they did not know. You might find the same to be true in your career situation, as well.
In this talk, Joan will take you on a journey through the process she uses with her clients, and hopefully give you a deeper awareness of your career situation and how you might benefit from a 360 process. The "Great in 8 Coaching 360" is a bit different than the corporate 360 - it examines your career from various time perspectives, probes deeply into situations and outcomes, then analyzes and identifies what propelled you forward and held you up. Expect to leave the meeting with some actionable items to work on, or at least some new things to consider.
Join your fellow Penn alumni in an enlivening process guided by our seasoned career and executive coach.
Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Venue: 200 Brannan St. Community Room, San Francisco, CA 94107
(building entrance is on Delancey St.; cross street is Brannan St.)
Light appetizers will be served.
Cost: Click here to register.
- $10/person Member
- $10/person for Members of Affiliate Clubs
- $20/person Non-Member
- $25/person at the door
About Our Speaker, Joan Tabb
Joan brings more than 20 years of leadership in Silicon Valley corporate management (Apple, 3Com, Memorex), in addition to having run a consultancy launching high tech start-ups. Leveraging her management, marketing, training and communication skills with a love of empowering people, Joan transitioned into the career coaching arena with the creation of employment networks designed to get folks back to work after the high tech bubble burst. Based on that work, she wrote the book, Great in 8: Job Seeking Skills, rated 5 Stars on Amazon.com. Joan is committed to the study of the intersection of leadership, excellence and achievement coupled with career satisfaction and happiness. Her latest insight is that career success lies at the intersection of self-awareness, passion, talent and the marketplace.
Learn more about Joan, her insights and career services at Great In 8 Coaching. Joan's book GREAT in 8: JOB SEEKING SKILLS will also be available for purchase.
Learn more about becoming a member of the Penn Club.