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Career Wellbeing: Where Are You?

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With guest Kevin Thompson, CEO of Inspired Communications LLC, Tai Goodwin, The Career Makeover Coach and Deborah Chambers Chima, CMP, Executive coaching, business coaching, leadership coaching and CEO of Chambers Consulting Group, Ltd This is the fourth show of a six show series on Wellbeing, based upon a great book by Tom Rath and Jim Harter, called Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements. We will cover the following elements are: (1) Career Wellbeing (2) Social Wellbeing (3) Financial Wellbeing (4) Physical Wellbeing (5) Community Wellbeing and (6) Spiritual Wellbeing. Career Wellbeing is about more than just having a job. It is about how you occupy your time or liking what you do every day. People usually underestimate the influence of their career on their overall wellbeing. But Career Wellbeing is arguably the most essential of the six elements of wellbeing. We discuss what happens ff one has a job is not in balance; what is a plan of action to take in these economic times. etc. We will also discuss the needs to be consider when one finds that they are without a job, in transistion and why it is important to consider career wellbeing as apart of the decision process. About The Guest 8:00 - 9:00 PM Kevin Thompson CEO of Inspired Communications LLC he leverages more than 25 years of leadership and knowledge to improve work performance and customer service outcomes. 9:00 - 10:00 PM Tai Goodwin Tai Goodwin is a coach, speaker, and writer. She has been empowering others through training and coaching for over 12 years. As “The Career Makeover Coach”, Tai is on a mission to help individuals reinvent their professional lives by aligning their work with their passion and purpose. 10:00 - 11:00 PM Deborah Chambers Chima, CMP I have a combined experience of over thirty years as a human capital developer. I spent twenty three years serving as a corporate trainer and team leader both internationally and domestically.