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Are you feeling stuck, unengaged, unsatisfied, and uninspired in your current job?
Don't worry, you're not alone.
In a job but thinking of making a career change?
We've been there and we know how to pivot.
Do you love your job?
Awesome! Come share and inspire others.
The Niche Movement believes that the best way to inspire, discover your strengths, and connect with other young professionals who love what they do, is by creating genuine environments to meet face to face: at meet-ups, happy hours, and now conferences. Enter NicheCon (DC). We are bringing together the entrepreneurial-minded, the creatives, & the forward-thinkers to help others find their niche.
Career happiness: if you don't have it, you're probably wondering how do I get it?
Well, together, we are going to learn how and continue the meaningful (and important) dialogue on the modern job search and how to feel engaged with your work.
Because The Niche Movement wants to end employment unhappiness and help this generation discover themselves and the limitless opportunities at our fingertips. Regardless of your age, your background, or your education there is no reason that you should be unengaged, unsatisfied, and uninspired. This conference is going to help you make a plan to do something about it.
No more feeling stuck.
The least The Niche Movement can do is take the next step and bring people from both ends of the spectrum (those who love their jobs to those who don't and everyone in between) together in a creative space for 48 hours.
What to expect:
Our conference format will be a blend of Creative Mornings, 99U, and TED style talks with a handful of intimate breakout sessions and panels in an auditorium and arena type space with several breakout rooms at George Washington University.
Overall Theme of the conference:
Intersection of the following:
1. Finding your Niche - To inspire attendees who are lost or stuck find opportunities where you can thrive and feel challenged and invincible.
2. Entrepreneurial - To inspire attendees who want to create a side hustle, launch their own movement, or are looking to create entrepreneurial tendencies in their lives or organization.
3. Storytelling - To inspire attendees how to develop their story for themselves or their organization. Learn real tactics on how to harness all digital and written content for all mediums.
See you in DC the spring of 2017.
Kicking things off: Nancy Lyons, CEO of Clockwork, Entrepreneur, All-Around Nice Person:
When Lester Holt of NBC nightly news, interviewed Nancy Lyons in November 2014, and she said "Who cares about the soda! If you don't feel good about where you work and don't believe what leadership is saying to you, then no can of soda is going to fix that for you."we knew she had to be involved in The Niche Movement. Fast forward more than 18 months, later, Nancy wrote the foreword to our book and is now our keynote speaker.
Nancy Lyons. Nancy is a Culturalist who speaks about the intersection of leadership, entrepreneurialism, technology, and people. Through her candid writing and speaking, she explores the many facets of life at work and champions human-centered approaches to business. Nancy has been locally and nationally recognized for her role as owner and CEO of Clockwork. Seeing work and the culture of work as the next economic frontier, she pushes the progressive boundaries of how we think about professional and personal lives.
Check out the rest of our featured speakers and sessions:
Michael Parish Dudell, Thought Leader, Consultant & best-selling author of Shark Tank Jumpstart Your Business
Kali Hawlk, XY Planning Network & Common Sense Millenial
Amma Marfo, Writer and Higher Education speaker, former SApro
Mary Johnson, HBO, Corporate Responsibility (emcee)
Stacy Campesi, SLC Coaching
Amanda Morrison, Entrepreneur, founder of Don't Sit Home
Shanaz Chowdhery, Regional Director D.C. - General Assembly
Kevin O'Connell, Entrepreneur, Digital Storyteller, founder of The Niche Movement
Emily Massel, Director of Community Development, The Clifton Foundation
Bryan Campbell, Lead writer for the Motoring section at Gear Patrol
Warren Cassell, Entrepreneur, Author, Business Student at GW
more to come...
What does your ticket to the first annual NicheCon get you?
- A digital copy of The Niche Movement:The New Rules to Finding a Career You Love.
- Lunch day 1, social night 1, breakfast day 2, and lunch day 2.
- Access to all speakers, sessions, and programs on day 1 and day 2.
**Note: ticket prices increase on Feb. 1st
Find more info on organization and group rates for your company or institution here.
So, you think this is a cool idea, huh?
BTW, thanks for reading this far. If the answer is yes, email our founder, firstname.lastname@example.org to talk sponsorship, collaboration, programming, or to just say hello.
Hotel/Lodging Information will be posted in January 2017.
Huge thank you to our sponsors and collaborators:
- The George Washington Univeristy Business School
- illy coffee
**Ticket sales are non-refundable but may be transferred.**
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The Niche Movement Team
The Niche Movement is a community helping young professionals find the work they love. We are based in Washington DC with reach all across the country. We have a passion for ending career unhappiness and connecting those who have found their niche with those still on the search.