This article describes “Life After PR” based on the complete story of “Greg”. Here are all the posts about Greg and how he took a non-traditional turn, leaving the agency he was in line to lead, to become an entrepreneur.
There were risks that he and his family were willing take and his story challenges us to consider new career options. These are exciting times.
This 7-part series answered the following questions about Greg’s career and his transition from a senior role at a global PR agency to becoming an entrepreneur. Each question has a link to the blog post with the answer.
- What is the background of an “A” team Comms executive who left a global agency to find a new career and new direction in his life?
- How was Greg’s career shaped by joining a global PR consulting firm that could offer significant challenges?
- How did the promotion Greg was offered lead to the end of his successful career at the global firm?
- What risks exist in making a major transition and finding a new career. How did Greg manage these risks?
- How did the new career path for Greg take a major, unexpected turn?
- Did the gamble that Greg took succeed? What are his observations about his career and the issue of leadership?
- What advice, based on his experience, can Greg share about the risk involved in carving out a new career path?
Here is the link to the full article as a PDF – Life After PR Series – “Greg’s” Story.
This will be the last post until the New Year. On Thursday, January 9th, we introduce the story of “Nathan” and a non-traditional career laser focused on an industry he embraced.
Best wishes for a happy holiday season.
Judith Cushman & Associates, Consulting and Retained Search, www.jc-a.com