Alumni

Career Management Webinar Series: Move Your Career Forward -- Change One Thing

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago

July 14, 2011: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

This is part one of a three-part webinar series. Big [and small] career changes usually come about through a series of steps. In this webinar, we'll help you to get clarity about your ideal situation, then identify one thing that you would like to change-and have you take a bold step toward making that ideal into your new reality.

Where

Webinar
Gleacher Center
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

This event is part two of the Career Management Webinar Series.

July 14: Move Your Career Forward -- Change One Thing
Big [and small] career changes usually come about through a series of steps. In this webinar, we'll help you to get clarity about your ideal situation, then identify one thing that you would like to change-and have you take a bold step toward making that ideal into your new reality.

July 21: A Resume (Alone) Won't Cut it Anymore
Employed or Unemployed, if your only tool is a resume, you might never be found by Hiring Decision Makers, Recruiters, and HR. Participants will leave with clear instructions and "How To" directions to compose several different marketing materials.Learn more >

July 28: Negotiating Salary in a Tough Economy
Everyone wants more money; few know how to ask. Negotiation is not just in Job interviews, but on the job, too. If you EVER plan to go on a job search or a raise negotiation, you owe it to yourself to attend this webinar. Learn more >

Cost

$11 for students, members, and their guests
$21 for nonmembers and their guests
Includes a copy of Jack Chapman's book Negotiating your Salary: How to Make $1000 a Minute

Registration

Register Online

Deadline: 7/11/2011

Speaker Profiles

Steve Frederick (Speaker)

Steve Frederick has been helping people to get their careers moving since 1992. He was a career columnist for over a decade in the Pioneer Press newspaper and the Daily Herald. He has worked in both private practice and in affiliation with a national career counseling organization, personally assisting over 700 people in improving their careers. Steve holds a masters degree in Public Administration. Prior to his career work, Steve gained experience in all three sectors: government, nonprofit and for profit. Besides his private sector work in computer training and career work, he has been a Legislative Assistant in the Wisconsin State Legislature, as well as the Executive Director of the Chicago Area Committee on Occupational Safety and Health. Steve lives in Skokie, IL.

Jack Chapman (Speaker)

Jack Chapman is a pioneer in the field of career coaching and a nationally-recognized thought leader. He has personally assisted over 2,000 individuals, one-on-one, in improving their careers through the challenges of job changes, career planning, and entrepreneurship.

Since How to Make $1000 a Minute was first published in 1986, Jack has become a specialist in all aspects of salary and raise negotiations--from high-profile executive negotiations worth an additional $300,000, to strategies an hourly-wage worker can use to bargain for extra benefits or perks. Jack's background includes seven years of study in the Jesuit order, where he earned a B.A. degree with 5 majors: Classics, Philosophy, Theology, Mathematics, and English. The holder of a master's degree in Vocational Guidance, he has had a wide variety of careers himself--teaching at the high school and college level, real estate management, corporate training and development, and career management consulting. Jack lives in Wilmette, IL.

Questions

Borislava Karageorgieva, '04