New webinar series with Louisa Jewell on building resilience in career transition

CERIC is partnering with the popular speaker, author and well-being expert Louisa Jewell to offer a two-part webinar series – Building Resilience in Career Transition starting on Tuesday, April 3.

Whether it’s a layoff or termination, or finding that “first job” for graduates or newcomers, most practitioners find career transition to be the most challenging time for their clients. Some people seem to be able to pick themselves up and carry on, while others languish in negativity. Finding new employment requires resilience and an optimistic mindset. The good news is, resilience skills can be taught and learned.

Jewell will explore the latest findings in performance psychology and neuroscience and share coaching tools that will help your clients move from pessimism to optimism and maintain a resilient mindset for a smoother transition:

  • Webinar # 1: An Introduction to Cultivating Resilience
    Tuesday, April 3, 2018 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET
  • Webinar #2: Coaching Tools to Maintain a Resilient Mindset
    Tuesday, April 10, 2018 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET

Louisa Jewell has inspired thousands of people from around the world to flourish with confidence. Jewell is the founder of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association and a graduate of the Master of Applied Positive Psychology program at UPENN. She is the author of the new book Wire Your Brain for Confidence: The Science of Conquering Self-Doubt.

The cost for the full series is $97.

CERIC partners with associations and organizations across Canada and beyond to present webinars that offer timely, convenient and affordable professional development. Previously, CERIC has worked with the New Brunswick Career Development Association, BC Career Development Association, Canadian Association of Career Educators & Employers, Career Development Association of Alberta, Nova Scotia Career Development Association, Ontario Association of Career Management, and the US-based National Career Development Association.