On This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
This is the last podcast episode of 2019, and we are preparing to move into 2020 in just a matter of hours. I have prepared a public health career strategy workshop for anyone who is interested in attending. Details can be found on my website. If you have not done so yet, please visit drchhuntley.com and click on the public health career strategy tab to join the wait list or register for the workshop. The option you find (either joining the wait list or registering) depends on when you actually visit that page of the website.
I’ve engaged the help of the community to make sure that this workshop is most helpful and addresses your big career challenges, especially the common themes that emerge throughout the community.
To make the most of this experience, be sure that you’ve listened to the previous podcast episodes where I’ve gone into great detail, addressing some of the common issues that I’ve seen over the last couple of years of working with clients during career coaching.
Back In Episode 120, I focused on why your public health career goals are important. Too often, people are focused on a job title instead of following their heart to serve. Getting clear at this point makes a huge difference in the long run.
In Episode 121, I talked about 5 common public health career mistakes to avoid. At the end of that episode, I also shared an important bonus tip.
In Episode 122, I shared 5 important steps you should follow in your public health career planning.
If you missed either of those, be sure to go back and listen before you attend the upcoming career strategy workshop. Those of you who put in the effort to listen and learn from those episodes will be most prepared and get more out of the upcoming workshop.
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