|Date||October 23, 2017||Time||4:30 - 5:30 pm|
|Location||Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, Room 240|
|Description||2018 Cherry Award Finalist, Clinton O. Longenecker, Ph.D. from The University of Toledo will present
"Career Success and Survival in the 21st Century: The Mandate for Life-long Learning" |
Are YOU prepared? Open up a newspaper, periodical, or publication in any discipline and you will see dramatic evidence that every organization and workplace is undergoing unprecedented levels of change and transformation. American workers find themselves at "ground zero" being impacted by these dynamic changes driven by technological and scientific breakthroughs, demographic trends and a global marketplace.
This interactive presentation will focus on the changing nature of work, its impact on our lives, and how each of us can increase our personal performance and improve our career trajectory. This discussion will be based on the "Career Imperatives" that have emerged from a diversified sample of over 10,000 professionals offering very pragmatic and proven lessons that each of us can immediately apply to both our personal and work lives.
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