Be your own advocate
Ever felt too afraid to speak up at a meeting, highlight your accomplishments, or tackle difficult conversations? Professionals at all stages of their career can experience these challenges. So what’s the solution? Self-advocacy — which can be learned, practised, and encouraged. From building trust and influencing others to maintaining boundaries, this webinar will offer tips to try out in a range of workplace scenarios. Discover how you can find the right assertiveness to best position you for success at work.
Rob Kim, BSc’98, BEd’00, MET’08 — Career Strategist, UBC Faculty of Land and Food Systems
Thursday, June 22, 2023
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Rob Kim, BSc’98, BEd’00, MET’08
Rob Kim currently works as a career strategist for the Faculty of Land and Food Systems (LFS) at UBC, where he supports students and alumni in their career development. He is curious about the ways people build trust in the workplace and likes to educate others with actionable tips. He is a certified CliftonStrengths coach, a professional International Coaching Federation (ICF) Associate Coach, and a proud three-time UBC alum. He was also named a LinkedIn Top Voice for Job Search and Careers.
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