AIM @ Success: A new way to tackle job search goals
February 26 @ 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Science says that 92% of people do not achieve their goals. Use of a goal-setting process is integral in assisting in achieving all goals, but especially goals related to career change and job search. There are a number of models, such as SMART, that have been developed to help in goal setting, however, these models do not incorporate emerging evidence from neuroscience about “brain friendly” modes tied to goal completion.
Developed by Social Neuroscientists Elliot T. Berkman and David Rock, the AIM framework integrates goal pursuit actions with neuroscience principles related to motivation, emotion, memory and habit, which are essential components in goal completion and success.
Come learn the “brain friendly” AIM model of Goal Pursuit. You will learn some brain basics plus engage in a motivational goal pursuit process that will help you implement your intentions to reframe and change job search habits.