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Resilience after a Job Loss (Career Series #43)
While a job loss can be discomforting, it can also be the opportunity to reset and renew. Learn how to re-establish momentum and rebound back into the job market.

Don't let an unexpected job search lead to a dispirited effort.  We'll learn strategies for a sure-footed transition, regardless of the underlying motivation.       

Colin Moor, Partner, Essex Partners has more than 15 years’ experience as a career management consultant providing considerable expertise advising clients on career transition, career management, and executive coaching. Colin has worked with organizations and professionals within financial services, high technology, media, retail, legal, healthcare, biotechnology, academia, and other non-profit sectors.

Prior to his years as a career management consultant, Colin worked in leadership capacities in the broadcasting, publishing, business consulting, and training industries.  He was a Vice President at VIS Development, a nationally recognized entrepreneurial communication venture, a Director at Mirror Systems, an R&D media consulting start-up and the Coordinating Producer for the award winning public television series, NOVA, at WGBH.

Widely quoted and interviewed at such media outlets as the Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe,, WBZ News radio, and the Boston Business Journal, Colin has been a contributor to many career focused blogs.

Colin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in communications from Syracuse University. He was Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Resource Partnership, a non-profit group that provided employment services to individuals with disabilities.


Date Thursday, May 21
Time 6:30PM-8:00PM
Place MIT Sloan, E62-223, 100 Main Street

Free for Sloan Alumni
$10 Students/Sloan Fellows
$40 General Registration 





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Event Information
Thursday, May 21 2015 at 6:30pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
MIT Sloan, E62-223
100 Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02142
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