Career Management for Today’s Work Environment

The world of work is dramatically changing; the impacts of globalization and technology, for example, have led to a shift in the paradigm defining our careers. Effective career management accounts for this reality and requires an understanding of your own interests, values, skills as well as your options. While organizations can lend support and resources, it is largely up to each of us to own and be intentional about the development of our careers. 

This workshop will give you the opportunity to take stock of your career preferences, motives, drivers and interests through an online assessment you will take prior to the workshop. During our time together you will receive your individual assessment results and explore the implications for your career with a supportive group of peers. You will leave with energy, ideas to implement and a roadmap for next steps in managing your career.

Note that the assessment used here was designed for adults employed in organizations. If you are in transition this will still provide rich feedback for your future. Those working independently are welcome to participate and you may still find value. 

Important Details

  1. You must register by June 3 and complete the assessment on or before June 7 in order to receive a printed report of your assessment results during the workshop.
  2. Within 1-3 days of registration you will receive an email from [email protected] containing your individualized assessment link. Please add this email address to your safe list and be sure to check your spam folder.
  3. If after checking your spam folder you still have not received a link within 1-3 days of having registered, please contact [email protected] and provide your name and the email address you used to register.
  4. We strongly encourage early completions where possible. Technology is not perfect so we account for this in our timeline.

Downloadable Important Details and Tips for Taking the Online Assessment


Workshop Leader

Vicki Staebler Tardino, PhD, PCC, BCC- As an organizational psychologist, experienced executive leader, certified coach, senior HR professional and organizational consultant, Vicki brings nearly two decades of experience designing and implementing systems and processes to identify and develop talent and to improve the effectiveness of individuals and groups. Her experience includes internal roles with Boeing, Maritz, Trans World Airlines and GenAmerica Financial Services as well as external consulting to a variety of public, non-profit, and government organizations. Vicki combines her leadership experience, training and passions for a practical, systemic and evidence-based approach. She partners with her clients to help them achieve their unique goals, often in the context of organizational transformation. Her specialties include executive and high potential leader development, experience-based leadership development, and enabling effective leader transitions. Career management is a frequent theme among her coaching clients. Vicki brings curiosity, insight, proven frameworks and tools, and a combination of support and challenge to advance her clients’ career agendas. Full Bio


Date and Time:  
June 13, 2018
6:00 - 8:30 PM


6:00-6:10pm: Registration, mingling, and pizza
6:10-6:30pm: Facilitated networking
6:30-8:30pm: Workshop


Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, 415 Main Street, Monadnock Room, Cambridge, MA 02142

Map and Parking Info

We appreciate the Broad Institute donating the use of their event space.  



Members: $30; Non-Members: $50
Summer Series (6/6, 6/13, 6/20, 6/27): Members: $75

Given our mission is to promote women's development in STEM we would like to offer a one-time free spot in our workshops to those in transition between jobs. Please contact [email protected] if you qualify.

A light dinner will be served. 

Registration is closed as this event has reached capacity.