Career Agility with Marti Konstant
March 18, 2020: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Career Agility: How You can Impact the Future of Your Work Opportunities
The Gleacher Center
450 N. Cityfront Plaza Drive
The modern economy is shifting away from traditional steady employment patterns and accompanying worker mindsets, towards increasingly dynamic and often ephemeral lifecycles.
Company longevity is in decline and the employer-employee relationship is evolving to meet the needs of the future workplace. In response, successful individuals are recalibrating their approaches to and expectations from the world of work. With the help of Researchscape International, Marti has researched, written a book, and authored numerous articles about the role of agility as a way to thrive and succeed in the future of work.
Participants will learn:
• The definition of career agility and the principles of the career agility model
• Case studies of individuals who have applied career agility within their career path
• 3 actionable techniques to stimulate career advancement and get noticed in an increasingly crowded business environment
$35 includes appetizers and a drink
Marti Konstant (Speaker) '95
Marti Konstant is a workplace futurist and the best-selling author of Activate Your Agile Career. She has an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and is a former technology executive who has worked in Silicon Valley.
As a Top Career Influencer, she has been featured in media outlets such as NBC Chicago, Forbes, Levo League, and The Muse. Marti has worked in companies like Samsung, Dow Jones and Apple. She is an expert in applying agile principles to workforce development.
• 28 page white paper launching this week during Society of Human Resources Management Conference this week in Colorado: Happy Profitable Employees - Cultivate Career Agility, Don't Fight It
• 70-page Career Agility Workbook in beta this semester. Will launch on Amazon Q1 2020 - designed to be used in career development curriculum as a companion piece to book
Borislava Karageorgieva, '04