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From Surviving to Thriving: How To Build Career Resilience

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You can download the webinar slides here and the "A" Game Framework for Building Career Resilience worksheet here.

Do you feel like you’re not living up to your full potential? When challenges and change arise, do you have tools and networks that increase your adaptability and agility to meet those challenges?

In today’s constantly changing world, career resilience is essential to shift from a sense of merely surviving to truly thriving. In this session, the presenters share proven strategies to thrive when faced with set-backs and challenges.

In this on-demand webinar, you will learn:

  • How to identify common career challenges of the grant field.
  • Tools for reframing professional setbacks.
  • Key strategies for building career resilience.

SPEAKERS

Lesa-Kaye Holtham MPH, GPC | Senior Associate Director Institutional Partnerships, Catholic University of America & Grant Strategist, Lesa-Kaye Enterprises
Lesa-Kaye Holtham, MPH, GPC, has over a decade of experience working with community-based health nonprofits, national public health organizations, and higher education institutions. She currently serves as the Senior Associate Director for Institutional Partners at The Catholic University of America. Lesa-Kaye also offers grant training workshops to community-based groups and nonprofits. She currently serves as the Vice President of the GPA DC Metro chapter.

About the Author

Jo Miller, GPC has over 20 years of experience in grant consulting for nonprofit organizations and government agencies. Jo is the Senior Development and Communications Officer for the National Center for Healthy Housing. Jo is the Managing Director of Smartegrants, a participant in the Grant Professional Certification Institute’s Approved Education Program, and provides training, resources and community spaces for grant professionals to connect and grow. Jo is a GPA Approved Trainer.

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