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Campesi Tackles Your Career Challenges at YP Conference
Friday, July 1, 2016 6:25 AM

Stacy CampesiSo your boss doesn’t listen to you, you’re thinking about grad school, or—wait, should you go into the field? You’ve got questions on your mind and some challenges you need to think through; but don’t worry, career coach Stacy Campesi will help you tackle your career challenges at this year's YP Conference in Dallas, Aug. 4-5.

Campesi will lead two highly interactive sessions during the conference. The first, "The Kids are Alright (Tackling Your Career Challenges)," is designed to help you identify your top challenges of 2016 and to workshop solutions and next steps with your peers.

Then in her breakout session, "Jack of All Trades but Master of One," she discusses how young professionals often convince themselves to take on new projects and tasks—and saying yes to practically anything asked of them—all in the hopes that this time it will be a game-changing opportunity. Often, the result is that you take on way too much, feel like you can't do any one thing well, and stress yourself out.

In reality, new opportunities are presented to us all the time. We are allowed to be selective about saying yes or no. As we become aware of our strengths and the things that bring us joy, these choices become easier. In this session, attendees will discuss proven methods to help identify your strengths, build your confidence, increase your productivity, and show your boss your stuff!

Campesi is the owner of SLC Coaching. She is passionate about helping young professionals who are stuck in unfulfilling jobs to find passion and fire in their careers again. She worked in the nonprofit industry for more than seven years before deciding to make an impact a different way by becoming a professional coach.

In addition to her coach training through the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), Stacy holds a BA in sociology and an MA in leadership. She is certified as an Energy Leadership Master Practitioner and is a member of the International Coach Federation.

Aspire to be better as a credit union young professional.
Educate yourself and discover new possibilities.
Evolve as a leader and design the future.

Young Professionals ConferenceReward yourself for the goals you've achieved so far and the new goals you're tackling next. Aspire. Educate. Evolve. Join your colleagues for the Young Professionals Conference August 4-5, 2016, in Dallas, Texas.

If you're a credit union professional aged 40 and under who's tuned in to the cooperative movement, plugged into the CU philosophy of people helping people, and ready to demonstrate what the credit union difference means in your community, don't miss out on this opportunity.

Conference registration information:

YP Conference
August 4-5, 2016
Dallas, Texas
Regular rate: June 3–July 5.
Get more information on the conference and hotel registration.

This conference is sponsored by:

Credit Union Resources