New Year, New Opportunities, New Career? Event 15.2.18

Author:   |   Date: 24/01/2018   |   Categories: Balancing work and life, Career Development, Making change, Mindfulness

Changing jobs in now a regular part of life. Today the national average tenure in a job is 3.3 years, with expectation that we will have up to five careers in our lifetime. Jobs are also more likely to be temporary or contract based and these trends impact the way we manage our working life.
Judith Bowtell and Albany Lane invite you to join us for breakfast and hear from individuals who have mastered major career changes: from Big Business to Solo Entrepreneur, and from Small Arts and community organisations to major corporates.
So if you are contemplating change in your working life now or in the future ( and you will!) come and join us for breakfast and hear from those who have made the jump, survived and thrived!

Cassy Sutherland, Senior Change Manager .
Managing complex change programs and single change initiatives, Cassy's career has moved from management roles in the arts and community sector, into senior roles in major financial companies: Westpac, BT Financial Group and most recently IAG.

Paul Lyons, CEO Mental Thoughness Partners
With 25 years as a business leader, adviser and coach, Paul has enjoyed a diverse career across Australia and Asia Pacific. Paul was co-founder of recruitment firm Ambition and now co-founder and managing partner for Mental Toughness Partners - a group of HR practitioners and coaches delivering programs in Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Megan Barlow, Director The Acting Experience (note Megan has new photo on LinkedIn)
Following a career in corporate and business world and retraining as a drama teacher, Megan founded The Acting Experience in 2010 as a place for young people to connect to their creativity and be empowered. She now runs multiple classes for young people each week, from primary to HSC, plus classes for adults. Her Youth Theatre Ensemble recently performed The Crucible at Parramatta Riverside, directed and produced by Megan.

Judith Bowtell, Founder Albany Lane Consulting
After 25 years in screen and arts management, policy and strategy development, Judith established Albany Lane in 2012 to support professionals in the arts and cultural sector, through executive coaching and strategic support, to develop their working lives and leadership potential. She has worked with people in creative companies, government agencies and small to medium arts sector, as well as individuals establishing solo or freelance careers. 

Thursday 15 February 2018. 7.30am- 9am 
House Bistrot 32-34 Kellet St. Potts Point
tickets $30+bf @ eventbrite

If you would like to discuss coaching options with Albany Lane, please send an enquiry.

Case Studies

Megan Barlow

Albany Lane recently worked with Megan as she set up her new business venture.

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Libby Varcoe

Albany Lane has been working with Libby as she was transitioning through a career and life mid-point.

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