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New perspectives for women on furthering your career (Lecturers and Senior Lecturers)

When Mar 19, 2013
from 01:30 PM to 03:30 PM
Where Arts School, Room C
Attendees Cambridge only academic staff
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Topics covered:

  • How to know when it’s time to take a career risk to stretch yourself
  • How to get more mileage during interviews, conversations and appraisals of past risks
  • Using the challenges you have overcome and the risks you have already taken to gain leverage
  • What future risks can help set you apart and highlight your achievement
  • How to identify if a new role is a great challenge or a “glass cliff”
  • How to avoid career and mental stagnation by biting off more than you think you can chew
  • Which risks to avoid so you don’t take on a “poisoned chalice”

About the presenter:

  • Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris is the author of Beyond the Boys’ Club: Strategies for Achieving Career Success as a Woman Working in a Male Dominated Field and Female Breadwinners: How They Make Relationships Work and Why They are the Future of the Modern Workplace
  • In her workshops she draws from her experiences coaching senior level working women on career development, and the work she does with audiences from a range of traditionally male-dominated sectors

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