Make 2018 your year for improving your work life!
If you want to change your work life for the better in 2018, we´d love to help. Join us to kick start your year and get on track to the new working life you want, be that the next promotion, better job or new perspective.
Blue dahlia´s 1-day workshop offers you the opportunity to join a community of over 9000 professionals in 80+ countries globally using Business Model You® methodology for a fun, challenging, interactive way to explore how to align your personal and career aspirations and come away clear on your path ahead.
Who is this for?
If you are looking for a better working life or more career progression in 2018 and motivated to do something about it, this is for you. You have ideas and dreams of something better for yourself and want to change up your working life, starting now!
What will I get out of this program?
Inspiration, feedback and new perspectives on how to make a breakthrough in your work life
Clarity about the change you want to make as your bring your ideas and ambitions into one picture
Your own personal 2018 strategy on one page to take away and action
The opportunity to join a community of more than 9000 professionals from 80+ countries taking the next step to career progression, with free access to downloadable canvases and other tools, discussions, twice-monthly updates and other materials.
1 day workshop for CHF 255 per person
Select a date
Thursday 25th January, 2018: 10am - 4.30pm
Saturday 3rd February, 2018: 10am - 4.30pm (this workshop will be in German)
Saturday 10th February, 2018: 10am - 4.30pm FREE SPACES STILL AVAILABLE!!
All workshops will be in English unless otherwise stated.
Favorit, Konradstrasse 49, 8005 Zürich
"Sarah takes a very personal approach to each participant's canvas and helps you see more clearly what it is that connects the pieces on your canvas. She puts a lot of passion and genuine interest in helping participants through the whole Business Model You® journey. I can highly recommend this course."
Photo credits: Thanks to Andrew Robles and Michael Dam at unsplash