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BUS 159 — How to Find Success: Uncover Your Purpose and Direct Your Life

Quarter: Fall
Day(s): Mondays
Course Format: On-campus
Duration: 10 weeks
Date(s): Sep 24—Dec 3
Time: 7:00—8:50 pm
Drop Deadline: Oct 7
Units: 2
Tuition: $625
Instructor(s): Ginny Victory
Limit: 45
Status: Closed
Please Note: No class on November 19
7:00—8:50 pm
Sep 24—Dec 3
10 weeks
Drop By
Oct 7
2 Units
Ginny Victory
Please Note: No class on November 19
Are you having the success you wish to attain in your professional life? Knowing your purpose gives you greater focus in all you do, resulting in higher performance, meaningful impact, and better relationships. However, many of us have not seriously reexamined our core values and purpose; thus, we may lack clear direction for our efforts. This course is designed to lead you through a multifaceted exploration of your inherent core strengths that will help you to be more adaptable and effective in self-direction and professional performance. We will follow an “inside-out” process where you will do the internal “excavation work” to explicitly define your current mission, driving motivators, values, strengths, needs, and voice. You will learn tools and skills for the recovery of your hidden talents that may be covered within by limiting beliefs. Based on your mission and talents, you will clarify your unique vision of success. Especially in your professional life, you will be able to confidently engage in high-pressure, highly competitive, and high-visibility situations to ensure success. You will have crucial alignment of your vision with your organization’s challenges and be prepared to negotiate the unknowns of business and life with ease, agility, and peace.

Ginny Victory, Executive Coach; CEO, Victory Begins Within

Ginny Victory leads individuals, teams, and organizations to tap into their core assets, overcome liabilities, and cultivate peak performance in life and business. Integrating more than twenty years in finance, leadership development, and change management, she created the CORE Connection model, a strategic planning model that maximizes individual, team, and company potential. She has worked with leaders and entrepreneurs at Adobe, VMware, Herman Miller, Count Me In, San Jose Sharks, Mozilla, Oracle, and other technology and finance companies.

Textbooks for this course:

(Required) Bill George, Discover Your True North (ISBN 978-1-119-08294-1)
(Recommended) Tom Rath, Strengthsfinder 2.0: Discover Your Clifton Strengths (ISBN 978-1-59562-015-6)