We did it! We made it through the first half of the year, and Kelly Kugler, founder of Allora Collective, wants to remind us that mid-year performance reviews and evaluations are also a time for you to reflect on your path and plan for...
We did it! We made it through the first half of the year, and Kelly Kugler, founder of Allora Collective, wants to remind us that mid-year performance reviews and evaluations are also a time for you to reflect on your path and plan for the future.
Kelly will help us evaluate our expertise and potential growth areas in this Chat. She’ll also provide advice to help us with strategic career planning and goal-setting for the rest of the year.
Remember that career success is a journey, not a destination — and it's important to regularly reassess and adjust your strategy to stay on track toward your goals. In this vein, Kelly will offer valuable insights and advice to help you navigate a fulfilling professional path.
Kelly will review:
Reflecting on your current career path and identifying areas where you feel unfulfilled or stagnant
Considering your long-term goals and assess whether your current trajectory will help you achieve them
Seeking out opportunities for growth and development, such as mentorship, coaching, additional training, or networking events
Pivoting or making changes to your career plan when necessary to align with your goals and values
Sign up and submit your questions — Kelly willl answer them live!
Meet The Speaker
Founder, Allora Collective
Kelly is a career manager, relocation coach, and global talent acquisition and recruiting leader. She is the founder of Allora Collective, a team of coaches that helps people navigate the job search process, career pivots, and relocations. She helps her clients make career changes and relocations.
Kelly developed scalable talent acquisition programs and created job search programs for Booking.com, the NFL, and General Assembly. She also works with teams to improve their hiring programs and the quality of the experience for candidates and recruiters.