What makes me stand out in the changing world of the PGA?
There was a time when becoming a PGA professional meant a fairly certain career path. One was you played for a living: the other was becoming affiliated with a private or public course.
Even in today’s environment, the number of career options available to the PGA professional has grown exponentially. With the number of alternative careers increasing, each individual is left to wonder what career path is best suited for them? And how do they get there?
The good news is that everyone has a chance to stand out. Everyone has a chance to learn, improve, and build their skills. Everyone has a chance to reformulate themselves into whatever they want.
Try it now: as of this moment you’re going to think of yourself differently! You’re not an “employee” of the Country Club, you’re not a “staffer” at Golfsmith’s, and you’re not a “rep” at Footjoy. You don’t belong to any task for life, and your chief affiliation isn’t to any particular “function”. You’re not defined by your job title and you’re not confined by your job description.
Your focus should on how you can most effectively pursue what you love about golf in a variety of ways that are natural because they also build on your individualism, and utilize your unique strengths.
eGolfGroup is a leader in the human performance field and highly regarded for their innovative approach to personal and professional development. Numerous Fortune 500 companies rely on their iMap® Profile to illuminate the unique personality characteristics that allow individuals and then organizations to succeed.
David Bisbee, Director of Instruction at Seven Canyon’s in Sedona, and Founder of eGolfGroup has adapted this powerful resource to the golf industry.
The thrust of the program is to use the profile as a method of Self-Discovery. Then to leverage this to improve how you teach, how you manage, and ultimately how you play.
That same self-awareness is certainly a major part of the foundation of success and ultimately happiness in the workplace. Your ability to secure a job—and ultimately a career in which you will thrive depends on how well you can match yourself with the opportunities available. The insights gained from this program will extend into every facet of your life and enable you to be the architect of your own success.
Join us at the SGRA show Feb. 16th for an informative seminar and put this powerful tool to work for you.
Go to www.imapmylife.com/coaching/dbisbee to take the free quiz before the seminar and bring your results. This will change the way you manage, teach, and play golf.