To be completely satisfied at work, employees need to be given an opportunity to grow and self-develop. Nobody wants to be stuck in a dead-end job with no prospects for professional advancement.
Perhaps you have felt the need to widen your skillset to perform better in your job and prepare for career advancement. Even if your need for developing new skills seems obvious, your boss might not realize the importance of education in the workplace.
Attendees will receive 2 Professional Development Hours (PDH) upon completion.
- Owning Professional Development and Career Growth – don’t get left behind
- Career Development Discussion – preparation for and execution
- Career Growth is NOT Accidental – intentional paths
- Overcoming Obstacles to Successful Career Conversations
- Assessing Knowledge Gaps and the Learning Plan
- Delivering on Results
Should you attend?
There are two perspectives on this class:
“How do I position myself for career growth?” or “I love my job/role and want to stay in it!”
Both perspectives will benefit from attending this class!
Meet Your Instructor
Vice President of Operations
Southern Gas Association
Cindy Mitchell serves as vice president of operations for the Southern Gas Association (SGA), where she manages the day-to-day functions of the organization. Prior to joining SGA, Cindy spent 20 years of her first career as a county official for Denton County, Texas. When elected, Cindy was the youngest elected county clerk in Texas, serving the 9th most populous county in the United States. She has served in leadership roles within state associations and the National Association of Counties nationwide.
Upon retiring from the local government, Cindy transitioned into leadership development training and coaching for both local governments and the gas industry, leading her to SGA. “When I was elected, I found that people presenting to me had such limited interest, and it was never mine or my constituents. I will always have a heart for local government officials, and equipping leaders is a passion of mine,” Cindy said, “To be able to offer solutions to local leaders is especially gratifying.” When not working to advance the energy industry, you may find her traveling, spending time with family, or entertaining friends.