Carving Your Career Path in the Future of Work

Career Webinar
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
12 p.m. MT

The landscape of work is rapidly shifting. Industries are changing so rapidly that it’s no longer enough to know the ins and outs of your specific niche. There are entrepreneurs, solo-preneurs and intra-preneurs. Side hustles are becoming careers, the gig economy is growing rapidly and digital tools are evolving at an accelerated pace. Although these times of change bring uncertainty, they also bring the potential for great opportunity to carve your own career path through purposeful design that facilitates your lifestyle.

In this webinar you will explore:

  • the shifting outer landscape of entre-, intra- and solo-preneurial work;
  • the shifting “inner landscape,” the mindset for success and self-leadership
  • emergent types and styles of work and work spaces; and
  • how to monetize your skills and knowledge in this new economy.

Meet Our Speakers

Carina Huggins, MSS’10, BA’06

Carina Huggins is a professionally certified coach with the International Coach Federation, working with innovative entrepreneurs who are venturing away from traditional work styles and spaces, where they are able to exert more control over their work and lifestyles. She combines her psychometric training, professional coaching and personal-effectiveness models to help her clients strategize and navigate their new professional adventures. She is passionate about helping today’s workers close the gap between flexible, meaningful work and lifestyle goals, and helps them navigate through the unique challenges of being on the leading edge of change. Carina is a proud alumna of the University of Calgary, with BAs in international relations and economics, and a master’s degree in strategic studies. An entrepreneur and founder of two companies herself, Carina enjoys studying the rapid learning curve of the new economy and those disrupting what work means. A writer, podcaster, and e-commerce and digital-engagement specialist, Carina has always enjoyed exploring the outer edges of work and those entrepreneurs that she refers to as “the disruptive, curious and brave.”

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