Bring intentionality to your career by exploring the things that matter to you,
and envisioning a career you truly love.
Weekly career design sessions
Intimate crew of six to eight professional peers
Executive coaches with decades of experience
Design thinking inspired curriculum
12 month access to the community
We are now accepting applications for our upcoming crews.
Applications are due October 12.
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A career defining experience
Throughout childhood, we’re constantly asked that age-old question: what do you want to be when you grow up? Then we graduate, start our first job, and get swept up in the current of our career, no longer pausing to think about what we want.
But we're "grown up" for decades, and most of us will have several careers across our working life. So we need to bring back that question, and approach it with curiosity, intentionality, and fun.
The Visionary is an eight-week course which uses the principles of design thinking to help you explore and design a career you love.
What will you get?
Our activities will guide you in thinking deeply about your values, interests, and strengths, while our coaches provide expertise and personalized feedback throughout the process.
You also get a crew of like-minded people going through the experience with you. This keeps everything social, collaborative, and playful, because career design should be fun! (Yes, even on zoom!)
At the end of the course, you’ll feel excited and in control of your career destiny, and you’ll have a fantastic new network of fellow career designers to help you navigate the waters ahead.
Who is this for?
The Visionary is for ambitious people driven to leading a fulfilling, impact-driven, and joyful career. The Visionary is right for you if some or all of these statements describe you:
You see work as much more than a paycheck
You want a career that brings you meaning & has impact
You’ve been crushing it in your work for several years, and now’s a good time to reflect on the journey
You’re ready to think about what’s next, and that could be a new job or staying put
You’re experiencing a quarter/third-life crisis
You feel a bit stuck in your work, but not ready for an immediate change*
*If you’re actively looking to make a career transition, stay tuned for our upcoming course on seeking and attaining a new job. Email us for more information.
What you'll unlock
Important personal reflections on what you value from your career.
These come from the expertly designed activities, crew conversations, and time spent making space for this important thinking.
Access to best-in-class executive coaches at a fraction of the cost.
Great executive coaches are hard to find and hard to afford. Crew’ers consistently rate our coaches 10/10. They love the nuggets of advice they hear from our coaches in each session.
Your own personal board of directors.
Your crew will bring new insights to your career exploration, and remind you that you're not alone in your journey.
A new network of ambitious professionals.
In addition to your crew, you'll connect with the larger crew community, a group who cares about doing meaningful work while leading happy, balanced lives.
Accountability, support, and motivation for your goals.
The crew process will no doubt unearth some changes you want to make in your career. Big or small, change can be hard, so it's better not to go it alone.
Confidence in yourself and your path.
Even when we’re doing what we love, doubts have a way of creeping in. Crew activities remind you that you’re on the right path, and your crew will be there to boost you up when you’re feeling down.
The Visionary meets weekly for eight weeks. The backbone of our program is what we call our five core design sessions...
Tying It All Together
Define What Matters
We’ll get to know each other by exploring our careers to date and learning more about the career design process. This session sets the foundation for great career design and strong crews.
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What our recent crew'ers think
"The exercises were thought provoking and really helped me to understand other people’s stories and backgrounds. The group atmosphere that was created gave me the confidence to be quite open with everyone, which was freeing."