WIN Career Camp
Are you one of the many women interested in taking a more strategic approach to your career?
Are you determined to progress in your career and accelerate your path into leadership?
If you answered yes to one or both of these questions then Career Camp may be for you.
Infrastructure New Zealand and WIN are delighted to have partnered with Leaderful to bring you WIN Career Camp. This camp is aimed at all and any women who want to achieve success in their career, regardless of professional level.
The first camp will commence 13 June. To register for this WIN Career Camp, please email email@example.com with your name, role/title, organisation, email, and mobile. Spaces are very limited, Career Camp costs $2750.00 + GST.
What is Career Camp?
Career Camp was inspired by the feedback that Jayne and Sue, the creators of Career Camp, were receiving about how the Covid pandemic, lockdowns and impacts have caused women to rethink and refocus their career ambitions.
With the goal of more women leading for us towards a better Aotearoa New Zealand, Career Camp provides a platform to reach more women and to give you a chance to learn from each other. We are better together and it’s more important than ever that women have safe and confidential forums to share their experiences and further their aspirations.
How does it work?
In this Career Camp you will join a small group of camp members from across the infrastructure industry. You will meet together via zoom for 90 minutes every 2 weeks over the course of 3 months. You’ll be working in a mix of whole groups, small breakout groups and pairs to bring the learning to life and help you apply to your specific context and career in infrastructure, and you will receive a 1:1 coaching session from an experienced coach.
In an environment of confidentiality and trust there is as much learning from each other as there is from Leaderful. You’ll also be given research and reading to extend and reinforce your learning.
By the end of Career Camp you’ll emerge with a career success strategy and a plan, an expanded professional network, a stronger brand and a clearer sense of direction and next steps. In other words you will be better equipped to succeed, on your terms, and to fulfil your purpose and potential.
As a graduate of Career Camp you will be included in the Career Camp Alumni programme and you are invited to join the Leaderful Movement and stay connected with a community of women as we lead for Aotearoa.
Career Camp Modules
How did you get to your current role and
what have you learned?
Take a strategic approach to career development and your path to leadership by mapping and analysing your career path to date.
What does career success look like for you?
What are your leadership aspirations?
Set an intention for your career and leadership. A clear destination and definition of success will help you act strategically.
Look up and out: scan the external environment
for risks and opportunities.
Consider the wider environment and how you will create and respond to opportunities to progress your career in leadership.
Don’t walk alone, leverage the power of professional networks for leadership.
Explore why networks matter, then craft and curate yours to become one of your greatest career assets.
What you are known for? Your personal brand is key for your career development.
Consider your leadership brand. What is it made up of?
How can you strengthen and amplify your brand?
Where to from here?
Create and action your career plan.
Ensure you wrap up the program with a clear plan and actions to build on the insights and momentum gained.