Overview of topic:
Values are key to finding and sustaining meaningful work. An intimate knowledge of your values and how they support and fit in with your strengths will determine your degree of success and satisfaction as you move through your work life. This presentation will show ways to know and articulate your values, how to make these a part of your story and brand, and look at ways to make the goal of meaningful work and integral part of your job search.
Mark Guterman is principal of MeaningfulCareers.com, career coach and trainer for San Francisco-based JVS, career counselor for the FDIC, and career advisor for UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. His work revolves around various aspects of career management, finding meaningful work, leadership development, building an effective multi-generational workforce, and work/life balance. He has worked with dozens of large and small for-profit and not-for-profit organizations throughout the United States.
Mark is also an author and product developer. In addition, he has created dozens of training and development programs including: Generations at Work, Developing Life-Long Employability, and several extensive management training programs.
Mark holds a BA from UCLA and an MA in Counseling from Sonoma State University, is certified to use the Center for Creative Leadership’s Benchmarks, and has completed a Certificate in Core Strengths Coaching from San Francisco State University. He is also the recipient of a Purpose Prize Fellowship, given by Encore.org to honor “social innovators in their encore careers.” He can be reached at: [masked] or by phone at[masked].
Cost: $5 (cash only; no checks or credit cards); fee covers program, lunch, tax, and tip.
10:00-10:30 Arrival of attendees, check-in, open networking
10:30-10:40 Meeting starts, new member introductions
10:40-10:55 Job leads, contact requests, announcements, etc.
10:55-11:10 Open networking
11:10-12:00 Speaker presentation
12:00-1:00 Lunch and table networking