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Continuing to Learn


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Business Practices |  Professionalism
Presenters:
Lauren Isaacson
Duration:
42 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Feb 04, 2021



Overview

It doesn't matter if you're a freelancer or fully-employed, continuing education is essential to career growth. What are ways to increase one's skills and knowledge regardless of level of support you get? We will be discussing and sharing strategies to learn as part of a regular routine, resources for learning, tapping your network, and anytihng else we can think of (which is what I love about these round tables).

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Lauren Isaacson is a market and user experience research consultant from Vancouver, British Columbia.
She began her career doing research and brand strategy for digital ad agencies in Los Angeles, California, but left that world behind and gravitated towards a career in research after moving to Canada in 2009.

Since then she has been an in-house research team of one for Motion Canada and TELUS Digital, an interim leader of the market research department of BC's hydroelectric utility, a subcontractor for agencies such as Blink, Macadamian, and Applause, and a direct consultant for small start-ups, national organizations, and anything in-between.

Lauren is a big proponent of developing community within the research field on a national and local level by hosting research meetups in her home city and accepting leadership positions with professional organizations for researchers. Lauren is the current chapter co-chair of the Qualitative Research Consultants Association Pacific Northwest Chapter and the former chair of the BC chapter of the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association. She also gives back to her community and environment by doing volunteer work and making donations as a member of 1% for the Planet. 


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