Do you want to pivot your career into another industry but don’t know where to begin?
Neoshi Chhadva thought she had hold of her career trajectory after securing a job on Wall Street. Within months she realized she wanted something different.
She followed her passions, took...
She followed her passions, took risks, transitioned between varying industries, and found success.
Neoshi will share her experience and guidance and inspire you to consider a career pivot. Learn more about navigating professional change and remaining optimistic in Neoshi's upcoming chat.
You will discover how to:
Neoshi Chhadva works at Airbnb, with over 12 years of global experience.
Prior, she served various industries — investment banking, consulting, and luxury retail operations.
Her specialty is driving business growth, building teams, and scaling complex operations.
Neoshi believes in the impact of mentorship. She hopes to inspire you to take risks that better align your passions with your career.
Currently, she resides in San Francisco.
Neoshi's passions include travel, adventurous dining experiences, and tennis.
I am introverted and currently on a sabbatical and have ran out options as the best way to seek an opportunity I desire. Is there a different perspective or approach that you would suggest?
No specific question comes to mind at this time.
How do you highlight your capabilities to do a job when you don’t have the experience? And how do you stand out among other candidates who do have experience?
What is the process you follow when evaluating the next move - how do you conduct research, network etc.?
How is it different from non-tech job and getting into a tech job with a Full Stack certificate..
what would be different about this year compared to last year?
I’m looking to get into technical writing but currently have no experience in the field. How should I best highlight my transferable skills so that I can still stand out to future employers?
How to best communicate a career pivot when interviewing?
What advise do you have for someone who is applying for their first developer position?
How does one grab the attention of a company one is interested in applying to based on your own perseverance and capabilities of learning a new craft, yet you have little to no experience in that position?
how to identify in-demand transferable skills that will increase opportunities for interviews
how do i change careers without paying for an expensive training program
What are the most qualities job seeker try to find ?
How do you recommend to best connect with companies hiring for remote positions? Or how do you recommend applicants stand out in an online job market?
What are other ways to look for a job besides sending out hundreds of applications?
How should I navigate my layoff?
How to transition to different roles without exact role in the resume, ATS systems filter out resumes. Having certifications related to the role does not seem to cut it.
Is it much harder to switch careers as you get older?
What can you recommend to parents who look for reinvention after kids go to college?
What is the biggest issue that someone has to consider when changing a career? When do you think that is too late make a move?
What mistakes have you noticed people from other industries make when they switch to working in tech?
Interested in new career!
What advice would you give young women in moving up in their organization?
Is 2023 looking like a good year to change careers?
How can I buck the trend and get the courage to make the next career move?
What are common mistakes that someone makes while networking that I should avoid?
How do I stand out when I apply for a remote job and there are already 200+ applicants?
Best tips for using networking to find a job in a new career field
How is it transitioning from little to no experience with competitors who have been recently laid off?
How do you make employers take notice of your transferable skills, instead of focusing on the specific industry you’re changing from?
I am transitioning from ten years' experience in HealthCare relating to the day-to-day challenges of working with mental health providers. How can my skills transition into a different career and industry?
what are the most profitable skills to gain 2023
I would happily to talk to you,I humble to request you for the job,am hardworking and available to work all the time.
I'm transitioning from co-founding early-stage startups to employee-based roles in bigger companies, and from being COO and business operations to data analyst or business operations with a focus...
Seeking advice as a long-time administrator to C suite level executives in finance industry followed by a 9 yr. tenure assisting a news anchor whose time sensitive needs ranged the full gamut…. I...
How to go from director level in one field and start over in another? Do I look for entry level?
Is it necessary to get more education to make a switch?
What do you do when you realize you haven't done a project well?
How to transition from education to corporate without technical certifications/degrees.
How will a food technologist with exposure to dairy development initiatives project as a development specialist after completing education in the Development sector from a premium University?
Tips for transitioning from freelancing to full-time?
What kind of start up advising do you do?
What is the best way to showcase transferable skills when switching industries?
I want to get into tech with no tech experience but many years of transferable skills. Tips?
How do you bring your old experience (in my case Product Management) into my new career in Design? Do I really just go for jr. roles, or can up the level a bit more?
How to you change careers after 50?
How do you know what might be a good career for you if you have worked in one industry so long?
I am at a cross roads of wanting to move from Project Management to a business operations role. Would appreciate any guidance on how to position myself.
What is the key action to achieve for successful career pivot?
Question 1: It seems like many folks are leveling up and changing careers these days. What advice or tips do you have to stand out against other candidates when switching industries?
How to get your transferable skills across in your resume?
What are plans for future growth
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