6:30 – 7PM Dinner + Networking
7 – 8PM Presentation / Talk (Mike)
8 – 8:30PM Q&A Session
Location: Downtown San Francisco (TBD)
Throughout our careers, we often find ourselves asking “What’s next for me?” In our pursuit of meaningful work, that question directs our attention outwards to the world. Yet, if what we really want is to transform ourselves, our relationships, and the impact we have in the world, then we must also listen for who we are called to be. By reframing “What’s next for me?” into “What qualities do I need to cultivate in myself to get what I want?”, we can practice attuning ourselves to everyday opportunities to develop.
In this session, you will learn how to:
- Use the tensions in your life to frame goals for career and personal development
- Cultivate a sense of commitment to your own developmental goals
- Enroll others in supporting you in your developmental goals
Mike believes all people deserve meaningful work. He brings this belief to bear in three areas of his own work. As a coach, he engages MBA students and private clients on building relational skills, including perspective taking, empathy, and dialogue-based communication. As a teacher, he designed and facilitates the courses “The Pursuit of Meaningful Work” and “People Development”. As a consultant, he serves on the Board of Directors for O4U, a national nonprofit supporting LGBTQ students in leading more authentic lives in high impact careers. In each of these capacities, Mike supports people in cultivating a richer sense of impact, mastery, belonging, and purpose in their own lives at work.
Prior to his career as a coach, Mike consulted institutional clients in financial services on customer segmentation, pricing, and organizational design. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Information Systems from NYU Stern and a Master of Business Studies in Organization & Management from Goizueta Business School. He received his Certified Integral CoachⓇ credential through New Ventures West and his Professional Certified Coach credential through the ICF.
Tickets costs $15. Please register and purchase tickets here