Make Change an Asset: Learn How to Future-Proof Your Career
January 11, 2021
Hosted by Lorraine Beaman
Change is the only constant in managing a career. 85% of the jobs that today’s learners will do in the next 20 years have not been invented yet! The US Bureau of Labor Statistics says that they will have 8-10 jobs by the time they are 38. So how do you prepare for this new future? Listen to Christopher Bishop, a future workplace expert who teaches professionals how to prepare to succeed in jobs that have not yet been created in our 21st century’s global borderless workplace.
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Career Central provides helpful, practical information that listeners can immediately use to advance their careers. Each week, host Lorraine Beaman interviews professionals from different segments of the career management field. From job searching to securing a promotion, guests provide successful real-world strategies that listeners can use to develop and advance their careers.
Lorraine Beaman has spent much of her working life helping others build rewarding careers. She believes that employers own jobs, but individuals own their careers. Committed to helping people understand how to have the career they want she writes, speaks and coaches on topics ranging from managing a job search to making the job you have the job you want.
An expert in creating resumes, preparing clients to excel in the toughest interviews, and providing support during the negotiation process, Lorraine counts among her successful job search clients employees of large and small business, non-profit organizations, as well as federal, state and local governmental agencies. She also works with people who want to stay with their current employer but improve their working conditions by developing strategies for dealing with difficult people, building better relationships with colleagues, or securing a promotion.
Committed to bringing the most innovative job search and career advancement strategies to her clients, she has earned certifications in coaching, resume writing, online profile management and negotiation. A contributor to many publications in the career industry, she has just released her first book, “Career Restart: Practical Advice for Surviving and Moving Forward After a Job Loss.”
In addition to her work as a career strategist, Lorraine is an avid walker, reader and pie baker.