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How to Chart Your Course in the New World of Work

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With Guest Founder and CEO of Talent Optimization Partners, LLC (TOP) and author or Career Mapping: Charting Your Course in the New World of Work.

The construct of conventional employment is becoming passé as many companies are choosing—or are being forced to choose, in many cases—to take on independent contractors instead of benefit-laden employees. Some are even rehiring their laid-off employees as consultants or contractors. Employers are crafting creative and cost effective ways for their workers to manage their careers and lives. 

No matter where you find yourself-just starting out, navigating the corporate maze, launching a new business, or in anticipation of retirement, this show is for you.

About The Guest.
Ginny Clarke is a nationally-recognized expert in talent and career management, diversity recruiting and executive coaching. She is also a jobs and careers contributor for CBS2 Chicago’s morning newscast twice a month.

The author of Career Mapping: Charting Your Course in the New World of Work (Morgan James Publishing), she is a frequent writer, speaker and media guest on issues related to career development and job search. 

Ginny is the founder, president and CEO of Talent Optimization Partners, LLC, a talent and career management firm offering live and web-enabled career management programs and services for individuals and Fortune 1000 companies and other organizations.

Prior to forming her own firm in 2009, Ginny was a partner at Spencer Stuart, the global executive search firm, and worked in its Financial Services and Financial Officer Practices. She co-founded and led Spencer Stuart’s Diversity Practice,......

Ginny earned her BA in French and Linguistics from the University of California at Davis, and her MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School. She and her teenage son reside in downtown Chicago.