Career change: Listen to your inner voice to choose the right path.

Sometimes, feeling in full control of yourself and your abilities can be a challenge. The workplace is an ever-changing world in which we are faced with an abundance of opportunities. Our personality and our values, however, remains constant. This course is intended for people of all ages who are at a pivotal stage in their life. This workshop will help you navigate a changing job market, without ever losing sight of who you really are and what you are looking to accomplish.

This course’s innovative approach offers food for thought, both on a personal level and career-wise, for taking action and finding a meaningful professional challenge that lets you live up to your potential.

*Additional sessions are available for groups of 20 people or more. Interested? Contact us!

Format

2 days

Cost

975 $

Location

1111, Saint-Antoine Street West, Montréal (QC) H3C 1B3

Limited spots

25

New
Dates — Group #1

January 17th and 18th 2020

I want to register

For more information: cavidal@factry.ca

Presentation of the course

Who is this for?

This course is intended for professionals who are in transition, reorienting their career or seeking meaning in their work and want to give a new life or direction to their professional activities.

Why should I apply?

In this course, participants will learn to:

  • Establish their core values, recognize their strengths and weaknesses, filter their perceptions and connect to their sources of motivation.
  • Understand the different cycles of change and their current position.
  • Define a coherent goal to achieve their aspirations.
  • Gain confidence, dare to take risks and take action.
The following listing of coaches may vary according to the groups.

To get the full experience, you will be assisted by a workshop master to challenge you and nourish your creative brain.

Maître d'atelier
Marie-Josée Lareau

Marie-Josée Lareau

Founder, Innove Lab.
Content creator, Factry
Coach
 Gabriel Philion Couët

Gabriel Philion Couët

Kinesiologist-Physiotherapist
Founder, Collectif Ekah