by Jamie

Speaking


High School, Home School 

World School, College Students, Parents


Unemployed, Job Seekers, Career Changers, Re-entry Workers

2-4 Hours

Motivational talk about getting started in life by being deliberate and making good choices about jobs, school, majors, friends, impression management, volunteer work, experiences, life choices, resumes, interviews, etc. Also details how lack of exposure results in lack of choices and how career education is taught in America and what families can do to counter what they have been taught. Strategies for parents and students about how to make the most out of high school to prepare for college, explore careers, and discovering the “I AM” in order to make high school a fun, engaging, and a educational experience that leads to career discovery and motivates students to take control of their future.

4-6 Hours

This workshop provides out-of-the-box, innovative, and imaginative ideas that turn the job search from reactive to proactive and puts the job seeker or career changer in the driver’s seat to finally “GET” not “HAVE” to go to work. Participants embark on an uplifting, motivational and thought-provoking journey to:

  • Expand their job search using library resources
  • Analyze job descriptions and discover new career paths
  • Customize a resume that represents what they can do for a potential employer
  • Identify their work allergies and learn to avoid them
  • Create an experience matrix and regain control of the interview
  • Discover new degrees and course offerings, Etc. 

Workforce Professionals, Job Developers, Counselors 

Staff Development 

APPROVED CWA CTI CONSULTANT


How do you make an impact on someone's life without losing your own? How do you empower yourself so that you can empower others?  Using WRAP, Motivational Interviewing, and Career Visioning, staff will be empowered to empower clients of all ages to overcome barriers and become self sufficient. Staff will learn to help clients find career pathways that are guided by the client's interests and acquire needed training through traditional and non traditional methods. Career Vision provides 1-3 Day seminars that enable staff to make a significant impact in their client's lives and energize creative and actionable career visioning without losing  their own.


1-3 DAYS

Staff development training to create a holistic systemic change around “work”. Through professional development training, those attending are better equipped to implement a more comprehensive, effective, and client centered model to create lasting change towards self-sufficiency, educational attainment, and work satisfaction.   Includes a 1-hour pre-conference consultation to get to know your organization, who will be attending the training, your current strengths and areas of growth, and to customize your training to meet your needs. Also includes a 1-hour post conference consultation to help you identify next steps.


TRAINING MODULE #1: Focus on the organization

Redefining the Role of Work

● Understanding the connotation of work and how it is similar and different for staff and clients Identifying Client Barriers

● Motivational Interviewing (MI)*

  • Helping supervisors partner with staff toward needed change
  • Helping staff partner with clients toward needed change

■ Learn to cultivate change

■ Create mutuality

■ Cultivate environment of respect

■ Overcome ambivalence by focusing on values

● Defining client barriers to employment and creating a plan to reduce, remove or compensate for barriers

● Digging Deeper with further Motivational Interviewing for at risk clients

TRAINING MODULE #2: Focus on the client

Creating a Career Vision

● Addressing Gaps in Staff and Client Career Education

● Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) Fostering in the workplace:

  • Hope
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Education
  • Self Advocacy
  • Support

● Developing an “I AM” Assessing clients

● Evaluating client interests and skills

  • Using interests to drive career planning

● Mapping interests and skills to career pathways

  • Learning how to identify local resources more effectively Creating a working resume based on Career Vision

● Creating a resume from scratch

  • Finding work experience in the most unlikely places o Addressing “Google University”

● Creating entrepreneurial opportunities

● Conducting a proactive job search

  • Cultivating local resources centered on client needs

TRAINING MODULE #3: Focus on Collaboration

Partnering with others in the agency/ community to create a wraparound for success

● Providing ongoing support for clients in an efficient manner.

● Conflict resolution with staff and clients

● Client partnerships



“Inspirational! Helped me to realize my true value and gave me skills to utilize in creative application of my skills in job searching.”
“I am a Job Placement Counselor who attended the workshop to improve job search advice to clients, so I have used the information provided to support the workshops and techniques I already taught. I wish a lot more job searchers had attended; I think Jamie’s approach is empowering.”

“This program is excellent and people really enjoyed the information she had to offer. I am hoping to attend another when she comes to my area again.”

“That workshop was not just about finding a job for me; it was a truly eyeopening experience”.

“I love this program it is great. It has helped me to expand my outlook on possible jobs. I am a firm believer in loving what you do as far as career. This should be adopted by our high schools it would really help out our college bound teens.”
“For so long in my job search I have felt boxed in, unable to really find what I want to do, but after this workshop I feel qualified and like the walls were torn down to be able to apply freely at what I want to be doing. If that makes sense… Thank you!”