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Redefining Careers: What’s Your Game Plan? w/ Sergey Gorbatov
The great resignation, career downsizing, side hustles, career slashes…. lots going on around careers these days! Redefining them, managing them with intention and taking ownership of one’s decisions including acknowledging the trade-offs, is what the new career game is all about. Nothing comes for free! You still need to work hard to get what you want. and, let’s face it, we wouldn’t want it any other way.
Tune in as Sergey and I continue our conversation about the changing World of Work and how careers require new strategies and approach.
Also check it out on YouTube:: https://youtu.be/FsUDZwQRE10
Dr. Sergey Gorbatov , Professor at IE Business School (Madrid, Spain), lectures and researches in the disciplines of Leadership, Organizational Behavior, and Human Resources. Outside of academia, Sergey is Area HR Director, LATAM at AbbVie, a Fortune 100 company. His recent book, ‘FairTalk: Three Steps to Powerful Feedback’ (co-authored with Angela Lane), enables any leader to drive results in their teams through fair, focused, and credible feedback. He is a director at the Center for Feedback Culture at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
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