The ongoing pandemic along with other issues in this volatile environment has impacted most, if not all, organizations. There continues to be uncertainty at both micro and macro levels. Depending on your function, industry, and location, the impact to you personally will vary in both form and intensity. Although it is not possible to avoid this or future adverse events, you can build your career resiliency to best weather these storms.
The Wharton Club of NY would like to support our alumni during these tough times and we are delighted to host Wharton alumni, Robert Chen, to lead this session on Building Career Resiliency in an uncertain world.
During this session, you’ll learn to build the key assets for your career:
- Establishing your professional brand and developing key skills
- Maintaining and continuing to build your professional network
- Successfully navigating career setbacks
About Robert Chen
Robert Chen is a partner at Exec-Comm, a global communication skills training consultancy, focused on helping Fortune 100 leaders and their teams communicate, influence, and lead more effectively. In addition to his corporate client work, he currently teaches Managerial Communication, Impromptu Speaking, and Advanced Persuasion and Storytelling at Wharton. He is also the founder of Embrace Possibility, a digital media site focused on personal effectiveness. Robert writes for Fast Company, Business Insider, Training Magazine, and the Wharton blog. He is based in New York City and holds a BA in Chemistry and Economics from Cornell and an MBA from Wharton.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
12:00 PM ET - 1:00 PM ET
As a service to the community, there is no cost to attend this session but capacity is limited.
Meeting Access Information:
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Pre-registration is required. Registration is subject to availability and will close on Wednesday, September 30th at 9:00am.