Llama Lunch: What’s Next?

Betting On You: How to Put Yourself First and Take a Risk in Uncertain Times with Laurie Ruettimann

July 8th, 2:30pm-3:30pm ET

If you’re wondering what’s next in your career, llama tell you, you’re not alone. We’re hosting a series of Llama Lunches called “What’s Next?” to give anyone looking for career guidance free, direct access to world-class executive coaching, financial planning resources, and all sorts of hope and camaraderie with others who are experiencing the same thing. We’ll learn how to take the next right steps—together.

Join us on July 8th for Betting On You: How to Put Yourself First and Take a Risk in Uncertain Times with writer, speaker, & entrepreneur, Laurie Ruettimann.

Uncertain economic times can either push us to take a risk or frighten us into accepting a mediocre career and life. But how do you know when to take a chance on yourself, quit your job, or invest in that new opportunity you’ve been dreaming about? In this session, Laurie Ruettimann will help you assess whether or not it’s a good time to put yourself first and explore new opportunities. She’ll also help you prepare for change, eliminate imposter syndrome, and coach you through de-risking your next adventure.

Consider this your invitation to our virtual table!

Laurie Ruettimann is a former human resources leader turned writer, speaker, and entrepreneur known for her commonsense style and straightforward approach to workforce issues.

Laurie’s career began in 1995 as an HR assistant for Leaf Candy Company, providing operations assistance and recruiting services for an hourly workforce in a manufacturing environment that was heavily unionized and staffed with immigrants from war-torn Bosnia. Since those glorious days, she’s worked at Monsanto, Alberto-Culver (now Unilever), Kemper Insurance (out of business), and Pfizer.

Laurie keynotes events all around the world, is featured on major media websites sharing wisdom and knowledge about HR and technology, and is writing her second book due out in October 2020.