You don’t have to “figure out” your whole career in order to start moving, in fact you couldn’t if you tried. There are too many variables in life to be able to predict what will make you happy and financially secure for 40+ years. Instead, you must align yourself with what you want to happen next in your career, and identify the small, strategic steps necessary to accomplish that.
The 1-Year Career 10-week online course encourages you to evaluate your professional happiness more frequently than the generations before you had to, and enables you to set short-term goals and create a path to accomplishing them, time and time again. It provides you with the tools necessary to get the people around you on board as well, since professional development and career advancement are team sports.
When you think about your career in one-year increments, it allows you to focus on only the next couple of steps ahead of you. You're far less likely to feel overwhelmed when you consider not what you’re going to do with your entire life, but instead, what you’re going to do in the next 365 days.
- Lesson 1 - Introduction FREE PREVIEW
- Week 1 Activities
- Lesson 2 - Who is This Course for and What Will I Learn? FREE PREVIEW
- Lesson 3 - The Evolved Workplace
- Week 2 Activities
- Lesson 1 - You, Inc.
- Lesson 2 - The 1-Year Career Philosophy
- Lesson 3 - Defining Success on Your Own Terms
- Week 3 Activities
- Lesson 1 - Reverse Engineer Your Career
- Lesson 2 - Your Next Move
- Week 4 Activities
- Lesson 1 - Employee Archetypes
- Lesson 2 - Your Professional Bag of Tricks
- Week 5 Activities
- Lesson 1 - Your Keep or Toss List
- Week 6 Activities
- Lesson 1 - Your Learn, Connect, Do List
- Lesson 2 - Big Move --> Small Step
- Week 7 Activities
- Lesson 1 - Break it Down Now
- Lesson 2 - Setting Up Success Metrics
- Lesson 3 - Your 1-Year Career Roadmap
- Lesson 3 - Your 1-Year Career Roadmap
- Week 8 Activities
- Lesson 1 - Checking In With Yourself
- Lesson 2 - Checking In With Others
- Lesson 3 - Get Your Manager On Board
- Lesson 1 - Adjusting Along the Way
- Lesson 2 - Nearing the End
- Lesson 1 - What's Next?
- Lesson 2 - Final Thoughts
Be the CEO of You, Inc., taking stock of what’s in your professional bag of tricks
Define what success means to you, not your parents or society as a whole
Build your keep or toss list, getting specific about which elements of your career you want to get more of or never see again
Reverse engineer your ideal career, getting clear about who you want to be when you “grow up” and work backwards from there
Identify what your next big career move should be and break it down into actionable, manageable steps
Create your "Learn, Connect, Do” List, understanding what you need to LEARN, with whom you need to CONNECT, and what you need to DO in order to make your next move
Set up your 1-Year Career Roadmap which will guide you toward making big moves, year after year
Form your own accountability group that can help keep you on-track, week after week
Know what to say to get your manager on board with your professional ambitions, allowing them to support you along the way
Learn how to make adjustments to your 1-Year Career plan without derailing it throughout the year
You need to start to figure out why you are. You must identify how you want to spend your days right now, not 30 years in the future. You need to decide how you want to make money today, not at some point later in your career. More importantly, you need to make this process a sustainable one.
One day today will be 20 years ago - what will you wish you had started right now?
If you are in the process of building your career, looking to make a change, or are ready to accelerate your professional growth, the 1-Year Career will help you maximize your life and excel on all fronts.
How does this course work?
Each week throughout the course you'll receive an email with that week's videos and activities. They're spaced out this way so that you'll never feel overwhelmed with content or course work. With the videos all being less than 5 minutes, you should be able to watch and do the activities in an hour or less each week.
Can I skip ahead?
If you'd prefer to zoom through multiple modules at once, all of course content will be available to you on the course homepage from the moment you register. This is your career - do things how you want!
What if I need help?
If at any point you want clarification, feedback, or moral support, you can email me any time at Baily@BailyHancock.com. I'm happy to be your cheerleader from afar!
Baily Hancock is a Career Happiness Strategist who teaches people how to collaborate with their community to achieve their goals of professional fulfillment. She considers herself a Multi-Passionate Entrepreneur and Career Experimenter who's had 15 paid and 5 unpaid jobs in the past 12 years in industries ranging from education to startups and tech, to advertising, and now entrepreneurship. Although Baily's career path has been anything but a perfectly straight line (which seems to be more typical than not these days), the common thread has been her ability to check in with herself and evaluate her professional happiness regularly and make adjustments along the way. This has allowed Baily to continue to love what she does, year after year, and adapt to her ever-changing professional desires. Baily firmly believes that if more people were happy in their jobs, the world would be a much better place. She now travels the world preaching the gospel of attaining career satisfaction to anyone who needs it (hint - everyone), and chats with people who love what they do as well as career experts on her podcast, "The Baily Hancock Show", available wherever you listen to podcasts.
Not that long ago, professional achievement came from following the playbook passed on from generation to generation, putting your head down, logging the hours, and pledging your loyalty to one company
for your entire 40+ year career.
That plan of attack no longer works.
Today success comes from consistently sharpening your skills, building and nurturing your community, taking ownership of your professional development, and being ready to adapt and react
to whatever comes your way.
The 1-Year Career is a whole new way of thinking about work and your place in it. Throughout this course you will create a professional development path that’s loaded with
intention, enthusiasm, and support from those around you. After all, you deserve it.