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A research study how to exercise agency in females' career change

  • Palo Alto, California USA (map)

Michaela Bristol-Faulhammer is conducting a research study around processes related to career change for women.

Research has shown that women experience career change more difficult than men. As a result they feel a higher level of anxiety and distress and limited agency in changing their job situation. This action research is seeking to explore female agency models in career change and support them in their transition.

As researchers,  we seek to understand the nature of constraining and enabling factors in women’s agency models and how modifying and expanding these models might help women to move through career change with more confidence and ease.

Participants are three to five women in their thirties and forties who plan or recently embarked on a career change. In two one-hour interviews and a one-day group workshop we will investigate avenues for women to move through job transition with more ease and confidence. 

Fee: Free of charge.
Registration: If interested to participate, register via email at
Facilitator: Michaela Bristol-Faulhammer, MAS, M.A.

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