CCDA Fall Conference 2016

    • 04/07/2017
    • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Saint Cajeten's - 1200 9th Street, Denver, CO 80204 (Auraria Campus)
    CCDA 2017 Spring Training
    Friday, April 7, 2017
    http://coloradocareerdevelopment.org/resources/Pictures/Greg%20Levoy.pngPresenter- Gregg Levoy
    The Power of Passionate Work
    Passion is about the hunger to learn and grow. It shows up as an appetite for novelty and innovation, for making connections and a meaningful contribution to something you believe in, and taking risks not because it helps the bottom line but because it leads to more learning.     

    This dynamic and hands-presentation (a combination Keynote and Workshop) is designed around a series of self-reflective questions to help you identify passion not just in yourself but in those you lead, coach, and even interview in the recruitment process.

    Early Bird (Ends March 7, 11:59pm):

    CCDA Student, New Professional, Member Retiree - $60.00

    CCDA Member - $85

    Non Member - $140.00

     

    Regular (Ends April 4, 11:59pm):

    CCDA Student, New Professional, Member Retire - $65:00

    CCDA Member - $105.00

    Non Member - $160.00

     

    Late Registration (starts April 5, 12:00am):

    CCDA Student, New Professional, Member Retiree -$65.00 

    CCDA Member - $110.00

    Non Member - $165.00


    How to register:

    If you are a member, log in as a member at the top of this page using your existing username and password. Select the appropriate reservation type and complete the registration process. 


    Non-members can join (click on "Membership Application" on the left of the page) to receive the member rate or sign up using the options on the left of the event page.

    You will receive an email confirmation of registration.


    If you have problems with your membership, please contact Jason Radman at jason.radman@colostate.edu.


    If you encounter any problems during the registration process or have specific dietary restrictions, please contact Rhonda Macy at Rhonda.macy@rrcc.edu.
        

     

      

        


The Power of Passionate Work

   
 

Key objectives

To help participations:

* Clarify what inspires passion in their (work)lives and what undermines it, and where their sense of mission is.

* Identify where there's a fit between who they are and what they do best.

* Understand that passion is a skill—a stance—that brings energy and vitality to all their engagements, work and non-work.

* Connect with their sense of primary motivation, not secondary motivation—work for the charge and challenge of it, not just the payoff.

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   
   

     
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