Your WorkLife Your Way Free 9 Week Programme From 14/4/20 – 13/6/20 Managing and Navigating Your WorkLife in Times of Change and Uncertainty

I hope you’re staying safe and healthy. I’ve been thinking of ways to give back. My inspiration to create WorkLifeIncorporated came from a lifelong passion for learning, which has taught me that the one thing in life that can never be taken away from you is your learning.

Since 2003 I’ve worked as a WorkLife Consultant helping people manage, develop and transition their WorkLives in both good and challenging times. My work and subsequently my book: Your WorkLife Your Way focuses on helping people live their best WorkLives by managing their learning, development and growth, through effective self-feedback, insightful questions and the ability to shape and tell their unique story. 

Now more than ever, I want to uphold what life has taught me. To do this I’m making my book available for free. I’m doing this chapter by chapter three days a week – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays over the course of 9 weeks from Tuesday 14/4/20 to Saturday 13/6/20. It’s structured as a course which people can work through. It’s the same structure I’ve used to support many people in navigating their WorkLives in times of change and uncertainty. 

The ‘Look Inside’ view of the book will allow you to know the topics covered. If you think this will be helpful to you or to someone you know, click on the subscribe button below. If you can help to share this I’d really appreciate it. Thank You. Be Well and Stay Safe.

Published by Carmel O' Reilly

I’m Carmel O’ Reilly, Founder of www.worklifeincorporated.com. I’m the author Your WorkLife Your Way, blogger and podcaster on the subject of WorkLife. My work focuses on helping people to live their best WorkLives, by managing their learning, development and growth, through effective self-feedback, insightful self-questions and the ability to shape and tell their unique story. My Mission is: “To spread the power of WorkLives lived with Passion, Purpose and Pride by creating continuous WorkLife learning programmes that are accessible to everyone.”

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