Alumni

Getting your next job - at 40, 50, 60 and 70

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of New York City

May 11, 2021: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

7 PM EDT | 6 PM CDT | 7 AM HKT

Is ageism in the job market insurmountable? Here's a definitive answer - NO. Yes, it exists. Not everywhere - far from it - but it is still there and presents obstacles. 

Where

Online Webinar
New York, New York

Event Details

AGEISM IN YOUR CAREER TRANSITION - How to Get Past It. This webinar will discuss some of the myths (and some realities) about age while pursuing a career transition, and how to get through them. The one constant in succeeding will be sophisticated relationship-building (otherwise known as networking).
Simply put, networking is not optional. Why? Because you absolutely must build relationships with professionals in your target areas/industries if you hope to gather important information for your career management process - as well as to generate leads on potential job opportunities. Your ability to succeed in the networking process depends on thorough self-assessment/research and careful targeting - as well as a strategic marketing plan - so that you can get the most benefit you can from the people you contact in your baseline target areas. In this session, we will cover theory and practice of effective networking, with an emphasis on the advantages of a top tier b school alumni database (the best reason to get an MBA from a school like Booth).

Cost

No Charge

Registration

Register Online

Deadline: 5/11/2021

Speaker Profiles

Ellis Chase (Speaker), EJ Chase Consulting, Inc.
https://ellischase.com

Ellis' consulting practice is based in Manhattan.

At Right Management Consultants, Ellis was a Managing Director at the Northern New Jersey office.

As a Human Resources Officer with The Chase Manhattan Bank, Ellis first worked in manpower planning, and developed career mobility programs for employees. Subsequently, he was responsible for staffing the systems and data processing areas of the Bank, and later managed the recruiting function for a national data processing consulting firm.

Ellis was an instructor at New York University's Center for Career, Education, and Life Planning for 19 years, and was a retained consultant with Columbia Business School's Executive MBA Career Management Center, as well as Alumni Relations Career Management, for 15 years. He has also consulted at several other colleges and universities, in addition to executive advising, and learning and development with many corporations and non-profits throughout his career.

Mr. Chase has appeared on CNBC and CNN, several radio programs; he also wrote extensively for Vault.com and Five O'Clock Club.com. He was a senior advisor with The Five O'Clock Club for 21 years.

Mr. Chase holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Masters Degree in English and Secondary Education, both from New York University.

Questions

Whitney Enright, '16