Have you ever questioned how well your skills will transfer to a new position? No matter what work you are doing, you have technical and soft skills to transfer into a new role and add incredible value to a new organization or your business.
Felicia Shanken had an excellent medical career before venturing into her entrepreneurial journey at mid-career. Her authenticity, ability to build relationships and problem-solve has served her well in your business and her life.
I get on the mic with Felicia to talk about how she builds a meaningful and valuable network of colleagues and connections and how she’s learned to get out of her comfort zone to follow her passion and live a life that is unapologetically hers.
Please connect with Felicia.
Website - https://feliciashanken360.com
Philadelphia Women’s Networking Connection - https://www.philadelphiawomensnetworkingconnection.org,
Instagram - @phillywnc
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/phillywnc/
Key Topics & Time Stamps:
· Felicia shares her work experience and career progression (3:25)
· Learning how your skills are transferable to a new organization (7:10)
· Creating the Philadelphia Women’s Networking Connection (10:01)
· Being a good networking connection for someone (13:00)
· Protecting and promoting your brand (20:40)
· Is your dream bigger than your fear? (24:40)
· Felicia’s advice for helping someone build their Mid-Career GPS (29:40)
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· Get John’s Book - SHOW UP - Six Strategies to Lead a More Energetic and Impactful Career
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