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Virtual Lunch & Learn – Craft Your Ideal Job

April 30, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Learn how to re-package your skills and craft your ideal job.

We’re in a time of revolutionary change in how we experience work. Overnight it’s become the norm to work from anywhere and to work multiple jobs or wear multiple hats at the same job. Your duties and job description may not look the same today as they did one month ago. Now is a great time to reassess your answers to the following questions:

• Are you using your strengths, passions, motives to the best of your potential?
• Are you concerned that your skills are going to become obsolete more quickly than you’re prepared for?
• Has your cheese moved out of reach? (Are you as change resilient as you’d like to be?)

Join us for this informative, interactive workshop on how to craft your ideal job. Learn to define (or re-define) a role in your current job or a new job. Find meaning in work and keep your skills relevant by learning strategies to incorporate your strengths, passions, and motives into your daily tasks.

Prepare to take notes on a notepad or your device. Walk away with new strategies and inspiration on how to find meaning in your job and re-package your existing skills and talents.

Normally valued at $149, and as a service to the community during these unprecedented times, this workshop is being offered free of charge for members and friends of Victory Workspace.

When: Apr 30, 2020 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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More details:

Join Change Management Consultant Estie Briggs and Career Coach Shona Burns as they give back to our community with this free and informative virtual workshop. Learn the four steps to craft your ideal job:

1. Assess how you currently spend your time and energy at work.
2. Identify your strengths, motives, passions and values.
3. Craft a more ideal version of your current job or your dream job.
4. Create an action plan for impactful change and greater job satisfaction.

This workshop is for you if:
• You want more control over how your strengths are incorporated into your job.
• You want to explore how your skills and passions could bring you more satisfaction in a new job.
• You want to do more than just “get through” the work week and punch a clock.
• You lead a team and you would like to see your employees more engaged and productive.

What you’ll take away:
• Strategies: Actionable steps you can take to redefine your tasks at your current job, or for crafting your next job.
• Perspective: Learn to redefine how you see your job, your relationships with coworkers, and team members.
• Tools and resources: Questionnaires and lists designed to help you clarify your strengths, motives, passions, and values. Samples of job crafting action plans.

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About our presenters:

Estie Briggs has 20+ years of professional experience in employee and leadership development across multiple industries. In addition to leadership development, Estie’s focus is in coaching individuals and teams through change. Estie has a unique ability and passion for creating an environment in which people can cultivate their strengths to perform at their best.

Estie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies, and graduated in 2019 from University of San Francisco with a Masters in Organizational Development. Estie works full time for a software company, overseeing customer training and implementations. She also offers change management consulting for individuals and teams.

Estie is a certified DiSC facilitator, and holds her certification for administering Emotional Intelligence (EQ) assessments and coaching.

Estie loves to run (slowly), garden, blog, and spend time with family and her 15 pet chickens.


Shona Burns spent 30+years in international Graphic Arts and Book Publishing Industries with her last role as Executive Director overseeing Manufacturing and Process Management for Chronicle Books LLC, San Francisco. Underpinning this career was her belief in people and systems that allowed people to grow careers based on their strengths while being aligned with business needs. This belief that led Shona to study Leadership and Organization Development, graduating from University of San Francisco with a Masters in Organization Development, and subsequently studying and practicing Executive Coaching with the Hudson Institute, Santa Barbara.

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April 30, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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