March 13: Switch, Pivot, or Recommit

Switch, Pivot, or Recommit

How do you manage the timing of your career? What factors do (or should) guide your decision? How do you know when it’s time to make a change…or not.

Moderated by career coach Daisy Swan, panelists will share their experiences about negotiating a crucial time in their work life.

March 13 at 5:30 p.m.

Members are Free, Non-Members are $25

Moderator Daisy Swan

Daisy Swan has been a career and executive coach for 25+ years, helping clients to discover, and be, their most authentic and productive selves. Daisy has worked with thousands of women and men who work at companies such as Google, Sony, Yahoo, Cornerstone On Demand, Warner Brothers, Hulu, Ernst & Young, PWC, and many smaller start-ups. CEOs, attorneys, producers and writers, sales professionals, and executives in the media and technology sector, as well as those just starting their careers, have benefited from working with Daisy. Swan also serves as an executive coach to UCLA MBA students as they progress through their Leadership@UCLA program. 
Daisy, a meditator for roughly 40 years, is also certified as a mindfulness instructor through UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, and is trained as a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction teacher. 
A lifelong learner and dedicated to helping others, she is a certified professional coach, certified Somatic Coach from the Strozzi Institute, and she completed Stanford University Medical School’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education’s Applied Compassion Training in 2020. She is certified to conduct a variety of useful assessments with clients.
Daisy earned her BA in English Lit at Loyola University Chicago, and her MA in the Social Sciences at the University of Chicago. She is the mother to her adult son, an avid tennis player, and addicted to CorePower Yoga. She is the author of Making Work Work: Secrets from a Career Coach’s Office.
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