How do you translate your anthropological skills into a life-long vocation? Unlike in the past, the average professional will work for a variety of organizations throughout their career.
Professionals must curate their career journeys rather than rely on their employers. This workshop examines how you can engage in active professional self- making to take ownership of your career.
The discussion will identify useful marketing tips and resources to navigate an ever- changing landscape. Also, the workshop will cover the importance of understanding your current role in the context of your long-term career journey.
Elizabeth K. Briody, Ph.D., has been involved in cultural-change efforts for over 30 years – first at General Motors Research and later through her own consulting practice, Cultural Keys. She and Riall W. Nolan started the anthropology-wide Career Readiness Commission in 2021 to help prepare Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD students for careers in industry, non-profits, and government.