Ca­reer ad­vice at li­brary

Whitsunday Times - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

CA­REER coun­sel­lor Naomi Lawrence held free job and ca­reer search work­shops at the Beach Li­brary in Cannonvale and the Proser­pine Li­brary last week.

Mrs Lawrence runs a suc­cess­ful ca­reer lead­er­ship coach­ing busi­ness called C-IQ Ca­reer In­tel­li­gence and has worked with over 4000 in­di­vid­u­als to tran­si­tion and de­velop their ca­reers.

Year 12 stu­dents from across the Whit­sun­days and mem­bers of the pub­lic look­ing for a new start at­tended the work­shops to gain in­sight into how to reach their ca­reer goals.

The work­shop fo­cused on un­der­stand­ing your as­sets and trans­fer­able skills, find­ing di­rec­tion, tap­ping into the hid­den job mar­ket and work­ing on re­sumes and in­ter­view­ing skills.

There was also a lucky door prize with the win­ners tak­ing home a copy of Naomi’s Ca­reer Tran­si­tion Work­book.

CA­REER AD­VICE: Man­ager of Li­braries and Com­mu­nity De­vel­op­ment Sharon Tol­lard, di­rec­tor at C-IQ Ca­reer In­tel­li­gence Naomi Lawrence and Beach Li­brary team leader Kerry Dor­man.

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