Free webinar offers seven steps to get your career moving in the right direction

For Immediate Release
Tue, 12/21/2010

Contact:

Beatrice Calvin

CHICAGO - We all know that career development is a do-it-yourself activity these days - but how do you determine what's next (and what's best) for you?

Should you stay put and grow right where you are? Should you prepare yourself to move up?  Or, should you get ready to move on to another position somewhere else? 

And once you've answered these important questions - how will you determine the best ways to accomplish your goal?

Join the ALA JobLIST Placement Center from 2 - 3:30 EST on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011 for this idea-packed webinar that will clearly lay out the key strategies for choosing your next career move and the best ways for getting there - starting right now. 

Taking control of your own career destiny has never been more important than it is today - for your own peace of mind and for your professional growth. 

Start the new year off right by joining us for this free webinar.  You will gain some great tools for charting your career success in 2011.

In its continuing efforts to  help job seekers retool their skills and prepare for job searches, the ALA JobLIST Placement Center is offering this webinar at no cost to participants.  To register, go to: https://ala.ilinc.com/register/bbsjfkv.

Dr. Caitlin Williams, Ph.D, a career development consultant and coach, will present the session. Dr. Williams works with individuals and organizations to create and implement professional development initiatives. She focuses on helping professionals leverage their talents in ways that truly make a difference. Dr. Williams teaches in the master’s program in Counselor Education at San Jose State University and is associate editor of the National Career Development Association’s Career Convergence Organizations department.

Dr. Caitlin Williams will also provide free one-on-one career counseling sessions on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 8-9, 2011 in the ALA Placement Center during the ALA Midwinter Meeting in San Diego (#alamw11). For more information, contact Beatrice Calvin, bcalvin@ala.org.