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Congratulations, you landed a new job! First, take a pause and celebrate yourself! The next step will be getting organized around what you need to do to successfully transition into this new role. You will likely feel a lot of excitement and anticipation whether this is your first job, a new organization or company, or you’re starting on a new career path. You may feel eager to get started, but before officially moving forward, there are a few things you can do to make your transition more successful. By preparing yourself for this new role, you can feel more comfortable and confident.

A new job or new career can give you a renewed sense of purpose, provide new challenges, help you expand your network and meet new people, develop new skills, and, ideally, you’ll earn more money.

This webinar will cover the following best practices for starting a new career or a new job:
• Stay focused on the present
• Immerse yourself in your new organization’s culture and connect with people you work with
• Ask smart questions
• Stay on task and challenge yourself
• Avoid feeling overwhelmed or burnt out

Pressenter: Rachael Altman
Rachael believes that transferable skills, curiosity, passion, and mindfulness are the keys to success. She is a career coach, yoga teacher and meditation teacher, and jewelry maker. Her purpose is to inspire people to realize the value in their transferable skills and the fact that they can do anything with curiosity, creativity, and an open mind.

She has spent her career in market research and business development at Deloitte, Sidley Austin, and Deloitte and as an academic librarian at Rockford University and Alabama State University. Rachael currently works as a Market Research Analyst at G2, a tech company based in Chicago. You can connect on Instagram @itsrachaelaltman, by email atrachael.altman@gmail.com, and on LinkedIn.