The Career Experiment - Making Your Job Work For You
13

Tuesday, 13 December

7 9 pm PST

GA Los Angeles (Santa Monica)

1520 2nd Street
Santa Monica , CA 90401
$30 USD
Regular Ticket
$30 USD
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

The Career Experiment - Making Your Job Work For You

Baily Hancock Photo


Speaker, Writer, and Founder , The Career Experiment

13

Tuesday, 13 December

7 9 pm PST

GA Los Angeles (Santa Monica)

1520 2nd Street
Santa Monica , CA 90401
$30 USD
Regular Ticket
$30 USD
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Workshop

We've all been told that if we follow our passions, they'll lead us to a fulfilling and happy career. Unfortunately that's only one piece of the equation, so many people spend years of their life chasing after something that can never be obtained, while feeling like a failure along the way. Even worse, some people remain in jobs they hate far longer than they should because they don't know how to make their next move.

This workshop will help you identify a path to professional happiness through connecting your natural strengths, passions/interests, and core motivators to the right role, industry, and company culture for you. What most people want can often be achieved through looking at their career in a new light, and treating their journey like the "choose your own adventure" it is.

Takeaways

  • ​Understand why we feel so restless in traditional jobs – what’s causing the discontent and how do we fix it?

  • ​Learn how to align your key strengths to a role that you were born to do

  • Dive into your passions and interests to let them guide you to an industry and company you care about

  • Discover what truly motivates you, and understand how to use that knowledge to identify a work culture that makes sense for you

  • ​See how by putting all of the above steps together, you can develop a plan to get the most out of your career path

About the Instructor

Baily Hancock Photo

Speaker, Writer, and Founder ,
The Career Experiment

Baily Hancock is many things, but tall is not one of them. She hails from Florida, where she spent her youth being over-involved in extracurriculars and dreaming of being everything from a TV show host to a children’s book author to an astronaut.

Although she has mostly accepted the fact that being an astronaut is probably out of the picture (never say never), Baily has certainly treated her career like the “Choose Your Own Adventure” stories she devoured as a child. She has done everything from running seminars in Singapore, to teaching 8-year-olds about profit and loss statements, to holding actors accountable for their professional goals. She learned to do trapeze for a webisode, ran a promotional campaign for Warner Brothers that helped people eat and workout like Tarzan, and traveled the country collaborating with new friends and creating impactful partnerships. At some point during all of that she picked up an MBA with a specialization in Entrepreneurship and Management, and coined herself the “Startup Huntress” for her ability to sniff out the next up-and-coming companies in tech and beyond.

Of all of these experiences, it’s Baily’s most recent career endeavor that thrills her the most. After finding herself in a job that she immediately knew wasn’t the right fit, Baily birthed the concept for what would become, “The Career Experiment”, a series of workshops aimed at helping people figure out their best next career move by aligning their strengths, passions, and core motivators to a role, industry, and company culture right for them. Baily firmly believes that if more people were happy in their jobs, the world would be a much better place. She now travels the world preaching the gospel of attaining career satisfaction to anyone who needs it (hint - everyone), and is writing a book on the same topic.

Never one to just have a few things going on, Baily is also the 2016 President of the Santa Monica Jaycees, an organization made up of tomorrow’s leaders and today’s young professionals, and a member of Ellevate, a women’s network striving to change the culture of business from the inside out.

Refund Policy

Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.

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