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The Future of (Your) Work with Gary Bolles

The Future of (Your) Work with Gary Bolles

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  • Thu 29 Nov ’18, 9:00am – 12:00pm


AUT Auckland - Sir Paul Reeves Building, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, Auckland CBD


All Ages

The Future of (Your) Work: Charting a Path to Your Exponential Career

In an app-driven world, career exploration is often still done best in groups - and Gary Bolles is the pro-facilitator. This will be an in-depth, hands-on workshop designed to help a group of individuals learn more about themselves, and about successful career planning in a time of exponential change.

Gary will help attendees understand the seismic changes in the world of work, and guide participants through a variety of exercises designed to uncover a range of career-related insights. Each participant will gain new insights into their skills, the kinds of people they would most like to work with, and other key aspects of their abilities.

About Gary

This is a Masterclass with a Master.
As co-founder of eParachute.com, he helps job-hunters & career changers, from youth to 50+, with online and in-person programs. Trained as a career counsellor in his father's work at the age of 19, he is an expert on world’s most effective methods for helping job-hunters and career changers, from “What Color Is Your Parachute?”, which is the best-selling career book of all time.

But not only do we have one of the world’s foremost experts on careers, but Gary is also an internationally-recognized expert on the future of work and the future of learning. His focus is on the strategies for helping individuals, organizations, communities, and countries to thrive in the transition to a digital work economy.

This is a three-hour exclusive masterclass strictly limited to 30 places.

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