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PSPS - Virtual Author Hour Series "Unlocking Career Fulfillment - Finding Inspiration for Change"

  • Thu, August 11, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online


PricingFree to PSPS Members and $10 for non-members


Every HR professional during his or her professional career will ask the questions, “Am I truly fulfilled by my career?” and “Am I growing in a way to one day reach my full potential?”

While these are big, personal questions, they’re common and natural for anyone to have at various stages of their careers. Depending on the answer, the next question is how or when to initiate a change, what would that change look like, and what’s the roadmap you will take?

Finally, the question becomes whether or not you have developed the right behaviors that will help lead to making the right choices for your career. Trusting the process, being agile, and having the right mindset all come into play, too. The biggest issue is a matter of choice, though, which is always a personal decision.

Session Overview

This dynamic session will focus on a new career framework recently published by SHRM in a new book titled “Clocking Out,” which highlights four career success principles - agility, mindset, trust, and choice - you can use every day that will directly impact your HR career and any other career path you decide to take. You will also learn how to develop key behaviors that drive your career decisions in a positive direction.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to develop a framework for making solid career decisions that foster learning and growing from those decisions
  • Learn how to develop a 'growth mindset' to learn and grow through experience, risk-taking, and application
  • Learn how to be agile and how to recognize when to pivot and change course if something in your life and career is not working out
  • Learn how to trust the process and recognize you may not know the outcomes of your critical choices and career decisions