Hire your next job using the Jobs to be Done theory
A new program for those looking for a new job that’ll help you frame your priorities and prepare you to look at options.
Until recently, job seekers focused mainly on what organizations would hire them to do when they considered a career move.
As they read through job descriptions, made inquiries through network connections, polished their résumés, submitted applications, and prepared for interviews, they poured effort into packaging themselves as the best possible fit for the specified job.
In the process, it was easy to lose sight of the critical job that they should hire employers to do for them: to help them make progress in their lives and careers.
The last two years have changed that. Many of us are now thinking differently about how we spend our time and the work we do.
Putting job seekers in the driver’s seat with Jobs to be Done
My Next Thing is a cohort-based program providing you with the opportunity to have a deeper understanding of what’s important to YOU given the context you are in.
You’ll also possess tools and frameworks through which to evaluate job prospects.
- Dive deep into the forces motivating you to change jobs
- Unpack what’s most important to you in your next job
- Clarify the tradeoffs you are willing to make
- Prepare to approach your job search with clarity and purpose
Join your instructors, Bob Moesta, Greg Engle and Katherine Thompson, on a five week cohort program to understand what’s important to YOU given the context you are in.
You’ll also get access to tools and frameworks through which to evaluate job prospects.
How do I register?
For registration details, what the program involves and a clear idea of what your learning objectives will be, sign up here.
The five live sessions meet every Wednesday at 7 p.m. GMT / 2 p.m. EST. The dates for the live sessions are: April 5, April 12, April 19, May 3 and May 10.