Hitting almost the mid-point of 2018, have you wondered what can be done to get more out of your career? Have you contemplated having a bigger change but don't know where to start?
This previously sold-out workshop was first delivered at Lean in Vancouver's January event to 50+ professionals and then in February, 2018, both of which received great reviews from the audience. This time we are doing an encore with a much more intimate group of 20 and guarantee it to be a fun and inspirational way to spend a Saturday afternoon!
Design thinking is a problem solving technique for "wicked problems" ‐ ones that we have no set-in stone answers for and things could change throughout the process. Doesn't our lives and careers fit such a definition?
Join Iris Cai in this highly interactive workshop where you use design thinking techniques to unpack your career problems and opportunities, prototype various options, and design a strategy to unleash your career potential.
Clearer understanding of your creative career options
Inspirations and motivation for a career where you can thrive in
Connections with a group of like-minded people who are driven and committed to having an authentic career like you do.
Note: For those unsure about the full-day Bootcamp, this would be a good entry-level workshop to attend to try out whether you like the style of the workshop. The insights gained from this event will prepare you well to attend the Bootcamp two weeks later.
1238 Seymour Street, Vancouver, ground floor amenities room (enter from Seymour)
Grab a spot at the special introductory rate before it expires!
WHAT TO BRING
- A pen and a letter-sized notebook/clip board to make your writing easy.
- A water bottle
- We will provide a handout for you to do exercises on.
- A friend or two!
Get the limited time offer or buddy offer ASAP to hold your seat!
Check out photos from our past event!
Prefer individual attention?
Book a free 45-minute sample session with Iris Cai at www.calendly.com/iriscai to see if 1:1 coaching is suitable for your needs.