How to Navigate a Room (Career Series #50)
Developing a solid network is a skill that is critical to career
success whether you are happily employed, exploring your next
opportunity, trying to stay current in your field or just looking to
build your business.
Is Your LinkedIn Profile Getting
Noticed? (Career Series #49)
Recruiters and companies are increasingly
turning to LinkedIn to post jobs and search for talent. Join us for this
interactive workshop to learn little known tips and best practices.
"How to Have a Good Day"
with author Caroline Webb (Career Series #48)
Can behavioral science research be used to improve the
quality of our everyday working lives? Absolutely, says Caroline Webb. Caroline
will show readers exactly how to apply scientific insights to the way they
approach everyday life, to boost their workplace wellbeing and productivit.
Making the shift - for oneself and supporting others in moving - from Technical Expert to Organizational Leader (Career Series #47)
this session Bob Hewes of Camden Consulting will review what Making the
Shift means and discuss a raodmap for making it. This event will be
relevant for both individuals in career transitions to leadership roles,
as well as managers supporting their team's talent growth.
Exploring Self Employment (Career Series #46)
Excited by the idea of being their own boss, more and more
senior professionals are entertaining the possibility of “going out on their
own.” Nonetheless, first time exploration of entrepreneurial opportunities can
raise difficult questions.
Volunteer Consulting Opportunities with Boston area Non-profits (Career Series #45)
MITSBAA is once again working with Community Consulting Teams (CCT) to support the success of local non-profits and provide MIT Sloan alumni with consulting experiences and impact.
Career Planning Best Practices (Career Series #44)
Regular career planning allows the most successful people
to recognize and capitalize on opportunity and to fight the
organizational forces that encourage career stagnation.
Resilience After a Job Loss (Career Series #43)
While a job loss can be challenging, it can also be an opportunity to reset and renew.
Mastering the Art of Working with Recruiters (Career Series #42)
Optimize the relationship between a job candidate and an executive recruiter.
Effective Negotiating (Career Series #41)
Learn how to conduct real-world negotiations for job offers, bonuses, benefits and more in multifple work environments.
Cross-Generational Technology Leaders - Shaping the Present and Redefining the Future (Career Series #40)
What can each generation learn from the others about Leadership?
Volunteer Consulting Opportunities with Boston-area Non-profits (Career Series #39)
The MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association is once again working with Community Consulting Teams (CCT) to support the success of local non-profits and provide alumni with consulting experience and impact.
Board Prospects and Possibilities (Career Series #38)
Corporate boards need you - are you ready? As board recruitment moves from career directors to industry-specific expertise, learn how to best position yourself for board recruitment opportunities.
Staying Resilient During Times of Transition (Career Series #37)
Top 10 resiliency boosters to manage stress and give yourself a boost.
Volunteer Consulting Opportunities with Boston-Area Non-profits (Career Series #36)
The MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association is working with Community Consulting Teams (CCT) to support the success of local non-profits.
Careers in the Social/Non-profit Sector (Career Series #35)
Join our panel of Sloan Alumni now working in the non-profit sector including government, religious and healthcare organizations. We will explore the challenges and rewards, as well as the differnet paths taken to arrive at their different roles.
New Horizons...A View of Retirement...Next Steps (Career Series #34)
We'll explore the many factors that shape what your retirement could look like and what action steps you can take now to assure a smooth transition when you decide it is time.
Personality Style and Your Career: Using Assissments for Professional Advantage (Career Series #33)
Recognize how your personality preferences inform and affect your career choice satisfaction and success. Learn how personality assessments can help you target the right role in the right organziation. Understand how employees use assessment instruments.
Entrepreneurship: Heart, Smarts, Guts, and Luck (Career Series #32)