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We may not be able to gather in person for this year’s Classics Awards, but we still want to celebrate all of the excellent work and achievements of 2020. Please join us for a virtual Classics Awards event on Thursday, April 29 at 4:00 pm.
With work increasingly blending into life, particularly as we work from home, it’s important to find balance and prioritize self-care to prevent burnout. PR professionals specifically are at higher risk of burnout due to the nature of our jobs – juggling competing priorities, being on call all the time, and needing to be flexible. In this month’s Career Coffee, we’ll discuss tactics for juggling your work-life blend, preventing burnout, and prioritizing yourself.
Getting coffee and doing informational interviews are essential elements for building your network, looking for a job or exploring a new career path. But these meetings can be at times awkward. What should you say when you’re actually in one? Which questions will help you gain the most information? Are there any topics you should avoid? And how should you ask for more help if you need it? In this discussion, we’ll explore the art of “Getting Coffee” and how to make the meeting valuable for both parties.
One of the key soft skills in a successful career is advocating for yourself. Learning how to speak up and ask for what you want – from promotions and pay raises to professional development opportunities – can be the difference between getting stuck in a rut or rising into the C-suite. In this Career Coffee, we discuss how to be your own career champion.
Minnesota is home to a thriving community of independent PR practitioners. Setting out on your own allows you to control your client roster, be your own boss and choose the projects you want to work on, but it comes with challenges you may not have anticipated. In this Career Coffee discussion, we’ll explore everything you need to know to go solo.