Should I Stay or Should I Go? How to Decide the Right Time to Leave a Job

Thursday, September 20, 12 pm (Central)

Are you engaged in your work? If not, what accounts for your lack of satisfaction at work? Are you feeling stuck or maybe just not sure what step to take next?

According to Gallup research, only 35% of the working population feels engaged in their work. There are a variety of reasons for this finding, some it having to do with the measurement process. However, this data has been consistent for years.

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Ever found yourself stuck in the dilemma of deciding if it’s time to leave your job? Maybe it’s time to move up and you think it might require leaving your company, or maybe you’re realizing you’re in the wrong career all together. Either way making these decisions may feel risky. Many people are just stuck in indecision, and it shows.
What to expect during this webinar:

•    Tips for re-engaging and flourishing where you are right now
•    Explore questions to determine the best time to leave your job for greener pastures
•    Attendees will receive downloadable worksheets during the session
•    Leave with actionable steps to take after the presentation

Join us and get practical advice to help you in your career decision making!

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About the Presenter:  

Daisy Swan AM'91

Daisy Swan has been a Career and Executive Coach for almost 30 years helping clients to discover, and be, their most authentic and productive selves.  Daisy has worked with thousands of clients working at companies such as Google, Sony, Yahoo, Cornerstone On Demand, Warner Brothers, Hulu, and many smaller start-ups; CEO’s, attorneys, producers and writers, sales professionals and executives in the media and technology sector, as well as those just starting their careers have benefited from working with Daisy. She works with clients in one-and-one sessions, and teaches or presents at Universities, and in corporate settings, offering valuable ways to learn more about tools, and perspectives, to gain clarity to find new and fulfilling ways of living and working. Based in Los Angeles for decades, and now in Santa Barbara, her clients are located across the globe.
Her book, Making Work Work: Secrets from A Career Coach’s Office, was published in 2012. She has been quoted in articles on negotiation, dealing with difficult office politics and bosses, dating while unemployed, career transition and work/life balance in Girlboss.com, Business Insider, Huffington Post, Christian Science Monitor, The LA Weekly, The NY Post, LA Yoga Magazine, eHarmony, Yahoo! and many others. She has also appeared on TV and radio shows such as ABC, NBC, KNX. 
Daisy, a meditator for roughly 40 years, is also certified as a mindfulness instructor through UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, and is trained as a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction teacher. she has taught many classes at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management incorporating mindfulness and attention training for MBA’s to learn valuable skills to increase emotional intelligence through self-awareness.
Daisy earned her BA in English Literature at Loyola University, and her MA in Social Sciences at the University of Chicago. She is a devoted mother of her 22-year-old son, and an avid tennis player.
For more information please visit www.DaisySwan.com.




Date: Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 at 12pm (Central)
Cost: Complimentary
Location: Online
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Event Contact

Rachel Birkhahn-Rommelfanger
Assistant Director, Career Development
UChicago Alumni Association Contact