General Meeting for Tuesday, February 12, 2013 Guest Speaker Carleen Mackay
Your career is your "business"
Director of Mature Workforce Initiatives
Wilcox Miller & Nelson
Ageless in America
Wolf Management Consultants, LLC
“It is only when you stop learning, unlearning and relearning that work will elude you; come learn with us as we explore the changes that affect you, the threats and opportunities that await you and share our strategy for managing your career as your business – not just as your job - in 2013.” Carleen MacKay
Carleen Mackay will discuss the structural changes that are taking place in the work environment, and what we must do to remain employable and competitive.
- What are the trends in the relationship of worker to work?
- What are the new models for the employer/employee relationship?
- How can we adapt to and cope with these changes?
- What are the impacts for our career development plans?
- National keynoter and program developer dedicated to helping organizations and people understand the 21st century’s changing workplace and workforce.
Author or co-author of:
- Boom or Bust, Return of the Boomers, Plan “B” for Boomers, Live Smart after 50 (due to be published as I write this);
- The 50,000 Mile Checkup; and
- The Myth Card Sort.
- Plan “B” for Everyone for the benefit of San Diego’s 12 One-Stop Career Centers;
- Provided the data/research for the recent development of Create Your Career GPS, a Career Partner’s facilitator’s guide for coaches.
- Director of Mature Workforce Initiatives for Career Partners International, the talent management firm with the largest global footprint (Over 200 offices in 26 countries).
- Inter-generational instructor in the UC system and inter-generational advisor to Chaminade University in Honolulu.
- Founding member, the San Diego Mature Workforce Coalition, a multi-sector effort to help guide over 500,000 San Diego Boomers into the future.
- Recruiting, re-development and retention strategist on behalf of the American workplace and the maturing workforce.
Multiple media presentations
E-learning curriculum design
Special Instructions for New Members
In addition to registering your membership in our organization, new members must register with the Sacramento Works One-Stop Career Center. Therefore, the first time you attend a meeting at the center, come early and bring your social security card and identification. You can begin the registration process online before you arrive by visiting https://jobs.sacramentoworks.org/ and clicking the REGISTER button.
South County One-Stop Career Center
8401 Gerber Road
Sacramento, CA 95828
Tel: (916) 525-4717
Parking at the center can be difficult because the center is well-used. The image at right indicates the areas around the center where you can park.
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