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This annual event hosted by the McColl School Alumni Association will feature a panel of Charlotte-area recruiting and hiring professionals speaking about career-building insight and job tips; understanding what companies are looking for, where they look and how to catch their eye; and identifying ways to enhance one's marketability. Please join us for this informative and timely event. Check-in begins at 6pm, followed by the panel discussion, a small break-out session and then cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. See details on the panel and format below.
Panelists include (click on the links to read full bios):
- Michael Arena, Ph.D., director of the McColl School's Master of Science in Organization Development (MSOD) program and assistant professor behavioral sciences; principal of InnoConnects
- Mike Manning, CFO, Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
- Pamela Geer, PMP, Consulting Manager at Accenture; speaker, author, coach
- Allan Bacon, founder of Avocationist.com
Recruiters will also be available to speak one-to-one with attendees during the break-out session and cocktail reception:
- Dalya Kutchei, EMBA '00, Retained Search Recruiter and Certified Coach SeaBridge Group, LLC
- Rich Stiener, Senior Recruiter - Wealth Management, Brokerage & Retirement, Wells Fargo
Cost is $10 per person. Use the registration button above to reserve your space today. Questions? Contact Laura Collins: email@example.com, 704 688-2703.
*Each panelist at the Symposium will focus on one area of the Career Services Committee's "Personal Development Model." The four elements are: SELF (a focus on developing your own personal network and connections with where you want to go); SURROUNDINGS (a focus on understanding the local external environment as it relates to the direction you are pursuing); SKILLS (a focus on the development of your own skill set, both through your own personal development as well as through the coaching of others - mentors, professional coaches, etc.); and STEPS (a focus on wrapping all of these elements together to create your own personal "brand," and understanding what you should do to market yourself).
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