Session: Recession-proof Your Career - a Plan to Make Yourself Indispensable in a Tough Market
It's easy to feel scared in this market, especially if it's your first time seeing mass layoffs in the news. Join us for a talk on how to stay focused on the prize and keep doing all the right actions that will make you indispensable and recession-proof your career. At this time, more than ever, especially if you're mid-career or senior, you'll need to think and act in a contrarian way to ensure you're not swept up by the layoff tide.
For an even deeper dive into how to recession-proof your career, join my free live challenge at therecessionchallenge.co
- You'll learn how to disconnect from the FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) created by the mass media coverage of recent tech layoffs
- You'll know exactly which actions to focus on over the next months to make yourself as indispensable as possible
- You'll be able to start implementing these action steps immediately, regardless of your function, role, industry or organization
- You'll know what to focus on if you've been impacted by layoffs
Lisa Kostova is the CEO and Founder of the CareerClimb® system, the CareerClimb® suite of executive development programs for mid-career females in technology, including the popular Denali Executive Accelerator for mid-career women in tech, as well as the upcoming free live Recession-Proof Your Career Challenge, which starts May 16. Sign up at therecessionchallenge.co for an even deeper dive into the topic and the opportunity to get coached by Lisa.
Prior to launching CareerClimb®, Lisa spent a decade as a VP of Product and a Senior Product Executive in Silicon Valley for a number of consumer and enterprise companies. Lisa has an MBA from Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree from the Wharton School of Business and has been featured as a thought leader in the Harvard Business Review, in the book “Cracking the PM Interview” and other publications.
Lisa has been a frequent contributor to stages and publications, including speaking at the Women In Product conference every year since 2020 and holding popular live workshops and presentations to dozens and hundreds of participants. She has coached over 100 women in tech, ranging from individual contributors to VPs and Chief Product Officers, producing over $1.6 million in salary increases, multiple promotions, new roles and a life-long community since 2020.
Lisa is a self-proclaimed “cultural mutt” who speaks five languages and has lived in six countries. She is an avid skier, climber, and mountaineer, having summited Denali in 2019. She is currently working on her book to help mid-career women in tech break new trails and reach their career summits.