“Where in your career is there room to grow? Where and what needs to shift in order for you to grow your career from average to amazing?” Dr. James, Career Coach and author of Essential Practices for Living an Extraordinary Life
Join Dr. James, Career Coach for our two-part series and receive a free copy of his book, Essential Practices for Living an Extraordinary Life. Explore ways to unlock greater career fulfillment by maximizing your personal and professional potential. Many individuals move from job to job, searching for a path that blends their professional goals with personal passions. Workplace happiness is key to mental health and well-being, and it’s important to feel valued, successful and grateful each day.
Learn firsthand from Dr. James as he guides you to recognize new opportunities for professional growth and supports you through the ups and downs in looking for a new career. Along the way discover why a career in Senior Living ticks all your boxes. Hear firsthand from our Kensington Team Members: why they fell in love with senior living and how they’ve grown both professionally andpersonally within the industry. At Kensington Senior Living, a job transforms into a calling… a vocation… a journey and so much more. Realize your passion, purpose and possibility!
Tune in on April 27th to gain the tools you need to become successful in the workplace on your terms. We are looking for individuals who embrace our promise to love and care for residents as we do our own families. Not only do we live out this promise for our residents, but for our team, too!
RSVP today for your chance to receive a free copy of Dr. James’s book, Essential Practices for Living an Extraordinary Life!
Dr. James Rouse is a seasoned and successful entrepreneur who has founded companies in media, consumer packaged goods, nutraceuticals and sustainable living. As a high performing athlete, James is a former sponsored Ironman triathlete, an expedition leader of several successful assents in the Himalayas and a yoga/mindfulness teacher and practitioner for 30 years.