8 min

Thought Leader - Misha Rubin on how the concept of "career" has changed Sage Thought Leadership Podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

Misha Rubin has worked with hundreds to reinvent their careers and reenergize their lives. He is a career educator and CEO of The Career Leap. He aims to help people find their paths, realize their potential, and thrive at work. He was a Partner at Ernst & Young, spending 15 fruitful years of his career. He advised hundreds of Wall Street executives, sold and managed hundreds of millions worth of projects, and guided countless professionals in their careers. Misha experienced both success and misery in the corporate world. This pushed him to seek answers to important questions of purpose, fulfillment, and empowerment, and, most importantly, how to realize them in the workplace.
 
Outline
Misha’s Introduction. 0:01
A moment of choice and a moment of truth. 0:55
The importance of career education in our society. 2:13
Why you need to have a systematic approach to change your career. 3:27
The wild problem is that we don’t really understand the ramifications of our choices until after we get there. 5:15
Who is a hero of yours and why are they? 6:44

Misha Rubin has worked with hundreds to reinvent their careers and reenergize their lives. He is a career educator and CEO of The Career Leap. He aims to help people find their paths, realize their potential, and thrive at work. He was a Partner at Ernst & Young, spending 15 fruitful years of his career. He advised hundreds of Wall Street executives, sold and managed hundreds of millions worth of projects, and guided countless professionals in their careers. Misha experienced both success and misery in the corporate world. This pushed him to seek answers to important questions of purpose, fulfillment, and empowerment, and, most importantly, how to realize them in the workplace.
 
Outline
Misha’s Introduction. 0:01
A moment of choice and a moment of truth. 0:55
The importance of career education in our society. 2:13
Why you need to have a systematic approach to change your career. 3:27
The wild problem is that we don’t really understand the ramifications of our choices until after we get there. 5:15
Who is a hero of yours and why are they? 6:44

8 min