Date and time TBD. Stay tuned!
To search for work--in any climate--you have to be ready to detail your achievements.
* Are you aware of how you’ve impacted your employer’s bottom line?
* Can you describe your successes easily and keep your interviewer’s attention?
* Do you feel confident that your description of your professional history will impress?
The secret’s in knowing the value of your contributions.
"Fully Value Your Accomplishments" centers on a hands-on exercise in which you’ll think actively, write, and if you choose, share what you’ve written. All with the guidance of expert career counselors. You’ll leave with tools to strengthen your LinkedIn, to network smarter, and to land the work you want.
Who Should Attend
Anyone seeking employment in the current environment.
Independent contractors growing their business.
Professionals wanting to change careers.
Recent graduates entering the job market.
Retirees looking for their second (or third, or fourth...) act.
How You’ll Benefit
Develop a stronger grasp on the impact of your work.
Feel better equipped to market yourself verbally and in writing.
Gain a clearer understanding of yourself as a professional.
Be well-positioned for your next job.
What You’ll Cover
Why you should fully value your accomplishments.
The 7 steps of the Full Valuation Model.
Exercises in which you’ll apply the model to your own track record.
What Participants Are Saying
“David has encyclopedic knowledge about how to get a job”
“Interactive… really involves participants”
“Best part was working through real life examples”
“Haig is a relaxed and effective speaker”
Open LinkedIn profile and word processing app
Resume and pen and paper.
$19.95 introductory rate for 90-minute web-based session.
Next date and time TBD. Stay tuned!
Haig Chahinian met David Rottman in 1999 interviewing for an internship in David's Career Services shop within the Chase Manhattan Bank. Under David's tutelage, Haig trained formally as a career counselor, and was soon coaching all levels of employees moving on from the firm. David and Haig's working relationship was cemented after 9/11 when they co-led debriefing groups for workers affected by the tragedy. Since then they've served together on the Board of Trustees of the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology. In 2011, David devoted full time to his therapy private practice, and Haig continued building his roster of organizational career counseling clients.
In March 2020 as a new disaster wended its way through the U.S., David and Haig banded once again to address the unprecedented resulting unemployment. Which is how the "Get Ready for Work" series was born.
David Rottman is an accomplished speaker and seminar leader whose workshops on career development, human motivation, and innovation have been widely praised in the United States and Canada.
He retired in 2011 as Managing Director and Career Development Executive in Corporate Human Resources at JPMorgan Chase. For 26 years, he headed the country’s largest internal Career Services Department with five Career Centers in the US. He designed the firm’s Career Advancement Program (CAP), which provided industry “best in class” individual and group programs for achieving career advancement. He was a pioneer in creating special programs to advance women and minorities, as well as programs on innovation, teamwork and initiative. He has supervised and trained many of the leading career counselors in the US.
David Rottman is Past President and Chairman of the Board of the C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology in New York City, and is a member of the Foundation’s Continuing Education Faculty. He has a private practice in New York City.
He is the author of the recently published book "Sex, Love, and Therapy," and the previously published book "The Career As A Path To The Soul--Stories and Thoughts About Finding Meaning in Work and Life (both available on Amazon)
He has lectured and taught courses on Jungian psychology for more than 20 years including the following topics: The Persona: Archetype of Successful Adaptation; The Role of Family History in the Career; The Career as an Expression of the (Higher) Self; Making Meaning at Work in a Time of Upheaval; The Archetype of Renewal in the Career; and Creativity in Careers.
He served on the charter Board of Directors of the Association of Career Professionals, an international organization that he was also instrumental in founding.
He is also active in major projects to reduce hunger and poverty in third world nations. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Palms for Life Fund—A Global Alliance to End Poverty; he is also a member of the Executive Board of the International Food Security Treaty.
Haig Chahinian has helped professionals find work they love since 1999. He likes to quote Freud, "Work and love, that's all there is."
As a guidance counselor for adults, he coaches his clients to become market-ready. Together they define what his client wants, pen optimized LinkedIn profiles, prep for interviews--all of it. He listens, advising them through the turns and twists of transitioning careers.
And his clients land jobs. As a bonus, they gain the tools to manage potential future searches, too.
His writing on race, parenting, and life as he knows it has appeared in The Washington Post, O The Oprah Magazine, and The New York Times. For clips visit chahinian.com.
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