career management

Green Career Workshop 1.0

“What’s Your Green Career Plan?” More than 200 registrants have attended the GCW programs to date.

In this workshop you will:
  • Complete activities that guide you in identifying your core career assets – your strengths, skills, abilities, and knowledge – that you can offer a potential employer
  • Begin to develop a career plan appropriate for your career level
  • Network with fellow Leaders in Energy members who can be a career resource for you
  • Engage in group discussion about the market needs and trends around your career in the Green Economy
  • Review useful resources  

We will network with others about our mutual career journeys, focus on what inspires you about the Green Economy and the marketplace needs/opportunities right now, discuss your work values as they relate to your career needs, begin to develop a career plan, and identify the next steps you need to take on your career goals.
Co-hosted by Leaders in Energy and Waterford, Inc.

What's included?

  • Workbook with exercises and resources
  • Session Recording
Our Green Career Workshop will provide you with insights on your career strengths and
preferences and how these can be tailored for application to the new
"green" economy, clean energy, sustainability, circular economy, resiliency, etc.   
 It provides experiential activities designed to guide you in developing an actionable career plan.

Registration includes a workbook with exercises and resources.
Meet the instructor

Beth Offenbacker, PhD, CPCC

Dr. Beth Offenbacker is an Executive/Leadership Coach and Consultant who specializes in elevating results and impact for individual talent and organizations with a "green" or sustainability focus.  A talent management professional, Beth designs and leads a variety of customized professional development programs for her clients.  She has 10+ years of teaching experience at the university level, in addition to more than 20 years of consulting experience. 

Her portfolio includes clients in the fields of land use (mixed use, entitlements), regional planning, parks, infrastructure, watersheds, sewers, stormwater, transit, transportation, clean energy, utilities, conservation, forestry, and placemaking through sustainable tourism and cultural tourism. A certified coach, Beth also is a Certified EQ Practitioner, a Certified EQ Assessor, a Certified EQ Insights for People Management Trainer with Six Seconds and part of its GrowU Faculty.
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