Target Audience: Anyone in job transition now or anticipating changing jobs in the near future.
The hardest thing about finding a new job is not building the skills
you need to get a new job, or even building a network from scratch. The hardest
thing about finding a new job is managing your emotions during a time when you
have lost your vocational identity, your financial security, a significant part
of your community, and have no guarantees about what opportunities lie ahead.
It’s common for people to experience fear, embarrassment, frustration,
loneliness and discouragement during a job transition. These emotions can be
especially difficult to manage when you need to show confidence and sell yourself
to potential new employers. In this session, Nahid will provide an in-depth
look at what to expect emotionally as you go through the job search process,
and you’ll learn coping strategies to support you in adapting to and learning
from this challenging but exciting time in your life.
This course will provide job seekers with tools they can use to stay confident
and positive during job transition, enabling them to present themselves more
powerfully, and get better results.
This course consists of 2 web casts giving you the capability to view each web
cast at your own convenience. Reference sheet also included.
Nahid Casazza, MBA, is founder of Aspyrre and Vice President of Back
to Work Connection. She works with people who want to make a big professional
change like starting a business, taking a business to the next level, changing
careers, or establishing a strong image in a new corporate environment. In addition
to private coaching, Nahid facilitates workshops and success teams to support
clients as they challenge themselves to rise to the next level of success. She
speaks regularly at Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business and other
professional groups in Southern California.
Nahid has a Master’s in Business Administration from Pepperdine University,
and a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Michigan State University.
Prior to founding her own firm she spent fifteen years training, marketing,
recruiting, and mentoring at two of the largest privately held companies in
America: Day and Zimmerman and Kingston Technology. In both companies, she was
strongly affected by the culture, which allowed employees the freedom to grow
and develop their natural talents. Having successfully completed several career
transitions herself, she strongly encourages clients to believe in themselves
and create the life they want.
Phone: (949) 495-1021