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Executive Career Transition Are You Ready?

November 26, 2020
Borderless Leadership

A thought-provoking 1-hour session to help you prepare, on December 02 at 2 pm CET with Borderless.Live in association with NotActivelyLooking.  Our experts Founding Partner of Borderless, Els De Cremer, and Career Transitions Coach and Executive Advisor, Renu Hangreefs-Snehi, will help you get ready for the next phase of your next life and career. They will help you uncover Who you are, your personal purpose, your definition of success, your brand, and whether you are well-positioned for the move.

Building a personal brand strategy, from very early on in your career, will help you design a well-thought-through career path for yourself, putting you in control of your destiny, your story. It will serve as the moral compass to differentiate between what’s urgent and what’s important.

Join Els De Cremer and Renu Hanegreefs-Snehi in conversation with Anthony Harling of NotActivelyLooking and prepare for a different life.

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