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How to Succeed in Business by Really Trying

Date:May 22, 2012 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EDT
Location:Webinar for Alumni (access via Internet and phone)
Contact:For further information regarding this event, please contact Emily Seamone by sending email to .
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How to Succeed in Business by Really Trying

Congratulations! You Got the Job! Now What? Candidates for jobs spend so much time and effort on getting the job, that precious little thought is given to how to succeed on the job. That lack of preparation for real world situations may account in part for the surprisingly high attrition rate during the first year of employment.  The webinar will cover: getting through the first difficult three months in a new job, problems faced during the course of a career and how to deal with them, and  strategies that you can utilize to proactively manage your career to make your job more satisfying, move up within your company or  move on to greener pastures.  Whether you are just getting into the workforce or are a veteran employee dissatisfied with your present job or career track, this webinar will provide you great ideas to shake things up.

Speaker: Don Goldstein, veteran freelance consultant and career counselor of Alumni Career Development at the Center for Career Education

Don Goldstein is a lifelong consultant, with a wide variety of personal job experience in almost every sector of the economy which naturally led him into Career Counseling. Now  a Career Counselor at the Center for Career Education at Columbia University, Don has worked previously in the academic sector in the Career Centers of Brooklyn College and the College of Staten Island; in the not for profit world in the Career Services Department of the Metropolitan Council; and in the private sector as a Career Consultant and Education Advisor for JPMorgan Chase. He also has an extensive college teaching background in the Business/Economics department at Brooklyn College. Don holds a B.A. in Economics from Brooklyn College and an M.A. in Sociology from York University in Toronto. He also has a Certificate in Adult Career Planning and Development from NYU.  

Registration for Webinar:
Registering for this webinar is free - simply click on the registration link below. Please note that UNI login is required for registration for all webinars. If you do not know your UNI or password please click here for Alumni, or here for Students.

After completing registration, you will receive an automatic confirmation email from our webinar service, GoToWebinar, with a link to log on to the seminar on the scheduled day. Note that this link is unique to you - please save it as CCE is unable to generate the link. Finally, to join the webinar, in addition to the unique link, you will need a computer, Internet access, and speakers/microphone attached to your computer or a telephone. For more information on how the webinars work, please visit this link.

TO REGISTER AND FOR MORE INFORMATION, please click on this link: Succeed in Business Registration

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