Green Career Momentum Series: July 14 – Sept 22
Plug into Your Green Career
Are you at a crossroads as you consider your next career move in the Green Economy? Have you been inspired by Leaders in Energy members and speakers working in green jobs whom you’ve met at our events? Is this your year to land the Green Job you’ve been dreaming about? Are you looking to land, create, pivot into, or move up into your dream green job?
Leaders in Energy’s Green Career Momentum (GCM) is a career development program and job network for those seeking new jobs and related opportunities. The program consists of six (6) Group Coaching sessions, conducted bi-weekly online via Zoom, that guide you in developing your Green Career Portfolio as part of your Green Career search.
Learn more about this program and our Green Career Workshops at our Tuesday, June 30 Information Session, 6-7 pm (EDT)
Green Career Momentum Dates
Tuesday, July 14
Tuesday, July 28
Tuesday, Aug 11
Tuesday, Aug 25
Tuesday, Sept 8
Tuesday, Sept 22
See more information about registering for our Green Career Momentum series with Waterford, Inc at their webpage here.
All sessions are 6:00-7:30 pm Eastern
Sessions are held by Zoom and all are recorded.
Includes a comprehensive workbook with exercises and resources.
Participants also receive three (3) one-on-one coaching sessions with Executive/Leadership Coach Beth Offenbacker. These can be valuable sessions for resume consultation, career strategy discussions, interviewing preparation, and similar topics.
GCM participants also receive three (3) coaching sessions (30 minutes each) as part of the program. These are one-on-one sessions with Executive/Leadership Coach Beth Offenbacker that can be used to work on your search strategy, conduct practice interviews, or other aspects of your Green Career Portfolio. The Green Career Portfolio is a component of the four-part Green Career Map™ developed by Beth Offenbacker.
The GCM Group Coaching Program is led by Executive/Leadership Coach Beth Offenbacker, PhD. In addition to her work with Waterford, Beth is Director of Training & Development for Leaders in Energy, and she co-designed and leads the Green Career Workshops offered by LE.
This program is for you if you are seeking to
–Clarify or hone your Green Career Plan and develop your Green Career Portfolio
–Strengthen your Personal Brand as a Green Leader
–Map out or refine your Green Career Search Strategy
–Expand your knowledge of the Green Economy and the needs that potential hiring organizations have
–Understand the mindset and expectations of Human Resources professionals, and gain tips for working with them effectively
–Tips and strategies for enhancing your interview effectiveness, including interviewing and storytelling skills, establishing your credibility and build rapport, and valuable post-interviewing strategies
–Grow and expand your network of fellow Green Leaders
This green-focused group coaching program builds on our past Jobs Forums and two Green Career Workshops that we have presented (prior attendance of these is not a requirement for this program). It is part of the Leaders in Energy community of job seekers and those seeking related opportunities, e.g., entrepreneurship, in the green space.
In addition to learning new tools and strategies, GCMers will support one another via networking, share information on their job search with others, etc.
We will also conduct experiential exercises to help you gain insights into your job search and collaborate with one another. In addition, time will be set aside in each session to work on the “burning questions” or challenges that you are facing in your green career search.
This process can sometimes be a lonely and isolating one so GCM is a good way to build camaraderie and facilitate peer-to-peer networking within the green community. The program is tailored to assist job seekers at all levels and provide a supportive environment.
Participants will also have access to the GCM Portal, with materials from each of the GCM sessions to include recordings of the virtual sessions, worksheets, and other green career resources.
Our sessions align with four Key Quadrants of the Green Economy below as well as on cross-cutting themes applicable to the green economy. Four key green quadrants are presented below from the Leaders in Energy Green Career Workshop.
Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, Energy & Smart Grid
IT/Built Environment, Information Technology, Buildings, Transportation
Extracting Raw Materials, Processing Materials, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Distribution, Waste
CREATING DEMAND FOR GREEN PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Research, Design, and Consulting Services; Governmental and Regulatory Administration; Environment Protection, Policy
Note: The specialized skills of Planning, Designing, and Engineering overlap many of these quadrants, including:
–Natural Resource Management and Energy & Smart Grid (both part of the Nature quadrant),
–IT/Built Environment, Information Technology, Buildings, and Transportation (all part of the Infrastructure quadrant), and
–Extracting Raw Materials, Processing Materials, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Distribution, and Waste (all part of the Manufacturing quadrant).