I Quit My Job 3 Times: What Student Involvement Taught Me about Positivity, Resilience, and Following Your Strengths
The best part about student involvement is that it allows you to become an expert in self-awareness. It helps you gain leadership skills, practice good communication, take risks, and learn to collaborate with others. The worst part about student involvement is it allows you to become an expert in self-awareness. It helps you understand what makes you happy, when you need a change, and when it might be time to quit your job. Bailey Reagan will share how being involved in student activities and leadership encouraged her to quit a few too many jobs and how it taught her to be positive, to be resilient, and to capitalize on strengths. She’ll also offer you the opportunity to participate in tried and true positive psychology activities that relate to these lessons.
Presented By: Bailey Reagan '12 Coordinator of philanthropy and development events for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 11:45am to 12:35pm
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