ILead Leadership Labs: Who You Are Matters: Career Discovery Experience

Thursday, January 26, 2023

Engineering Council Room, Galbraith Building, Room 202
35 St. George Street

Spark meaningful conversations about what’s next in your education and career in this gamified clarification event. You will generate specific possibilities for your future and receive feedback to help you take action towards your goals. This Leadership Lab will guide you to make well-informed choices through the creation of a personalized clarification statement. Pizza and refreshments provided.

About the Facilitator: Mark Franklin

Mark Franklin (MEd, PEng, CMF) is practice leader of CareerCycles, a career management social enterprise based in Toronto. Mark holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Industrial Engineering, a Master of Education in Counselling Psychology. Mark consulted with hundreds of organizations in his earlier engineering. He currently teaches the dynamic Troost ILead course, TEP1030HS: Engineering Careers – Theories and Strategies to Manage your Career for the Future. Mark’s career management insights have appeared in The Globe and Mail, National Post, CBC. Mark produces and hosts the Career Buzz radio show, where he’s interviewed hundreds of guests about insights and turning points in their career stories.

Registration closes Monday January 24 at 5pm. Register online.

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