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WSP 46 — Building a Career of Meaning and Impact

Quarter: Fall
Day(s): Saturdays
Course Format: On campus
Duration: 2 days
Date(s): Oct 15—Oct 29
Time: 10:00 am—4:00 pm
Drop Deadline: Oct 8
Unit(s): 1 Units
Tuition: $350
Addtl. Fee: $10 (non-refundable)
Limit: 36
Status: Closed
Please Note: No class on October 22.
On campus
10:00 am—4:00 pm
Oct 15—Oct 29
2 days
Drop By
Oct 8
1 Units
Addtl. Fee: $10 (non-refundable)
Please Note: No class on October 22.
You spend more than half of your life at work. And you want your time to matter and your work to make an impact—not just pay the bills. So, how do you do more of the activities that energize you? How can you develop a career that plays to your unique strengths and honors your priorities? In this interactive workshop, based on the “Career and Life Vision” workshop taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, you will participate in individual and small-group exercises that will help you articulate your values, strengths, and priorities—who you are and what matters to you. You will spend time envisioning your desired future and explore the limiting beliefs that impede you from realizing that vision. You will learn three key strategies to test your options, allowing you to take action immediately and move toward more fulfillment. You can expect to leave this workshop with a framework and insights, a connection to others on a similar path, and a renewed conviction to building a career of meaning and impact.

This course is not a substitute for one-on-one career counseling.

This course includes a non-refundable materials fee of $10 to be paid at the time of registration.

Agnes Le, Career Strategist; Leadership Coach

Agnes Le specializes in career development and transitions. She has worked with hundreds of leaders across numerous industries to explore, pivot, and fulfill their career and life visions. She is the former director of career development and advising in the Stanford Graduate School of Business Career Management Center. There she managed the advising team that coached more than 800 students and alumni annually. Earlier, she led the talent management function at various European companies and worked in career management for the business schools at Cambridge and IESE. Le received an MBA from Stanford and an MSc in career management from the University of London.

Textbooks for this course:

(Recommended) Herminia Ibarra, Working Identity (ISBN B004OEIQ7C)