Mapping Your Career
Discovering what matters to you is a key part of career success and satisfaction. What is important to you personally and professionally? What kind of work would excite you the most? What type of challenges would you like to face?
Join us to learn about how you can create your career plan in this interactive workshop with Sasha Robinson from Flight Deck Consulting.
Sasha has more than 30 years of experience in the Aviation Industry. A former international airline pilot flying Airbus A330 and 340’s to all corners of the globe, Sasha has worked closely with the recruitment departments of major international airlines. She is also a qualified simulator instructor, author of “The Complete Airline Pilot Interview Workbook”, University Lecturer, Mentor, an active member of several associations and is regularly called upon to contribute in the media as an Expert Aviation Consultant.
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Imposter Syndrome – What is it? & Why Do I need to Understand it?
People who suffer from Imposter Syndrome relate their success to luck, good timing, and regardless of what level of success they may have achieved or what external proof they get, they remain convinced internally that they do not deserve the success and are really frauds.
Around 70% of us will have experienced imposter syndrome at an intermediate level and 100% of us would have experienced a symptom of imposter syndrome at some point in our lives.
Imposter Syndrome = self doubt in our abilities to achieve our goals, by allowing Imposter Syndrome to control us we are holding ourselves back from achieving our dreams – WE ARE NOT REACHING OUR FULL POTENTIAL.
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Developing Transferable Soft Skills
Some of the most important professional skills for workers and employers alike simply can’t be taught in a classroom or measured on paper. These traits are called soft skills and they’re more crucial to your job search and overall career than you think. Soft skills are the skills you possess that go beyond your technical, measurable abilities.
Soft skills focus more on your social, leadership, communication and problem-solving skills, among others. While hard skills are composed of the training and knowledge you’ve grown during the course of your career, soft skills are how you work with others and on your own. Although soft skills are more personality-based, you can still improve them. Soft skills are transferable skills, we learn and evolve our skills as we gain experience and confidence, these skills can then be transferred across our careers as we change direction in life.
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