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Career Management Series: Your Vote is Needed

“Managing your Career in Turbulent Times” Series Continues Sat., 2/12:
Career Planning to Get & Stay on Track
Your vote needed on future career workshop topics ASAP

The Club’s “Managing your Career in Turbulent Times” Series continues this Fall with the next event on Saturday, February 12, 2005 on Career Planning. Important new information that could dramatically affect your career, near and long-term, will be provided. You'll also have an opportunity to network with other exectives and professionals from our area.

You can learn more and sign up under "Events" in this website. Just go to February 12.

To enable us to develop seminars that best meet your professional goals, we would greatly appreciate your responses to our survey that takes only a few minutes to complete. The survey is at www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=89136607107.

With the objective of helping you meet your career needs and goals, our continuing seminars in the “Managing your Career in Turbulent Times” series is focused on total career management and potential topics in this next series may include:

--Career Self-Assessment – know how to keep track of what is working for you, provides enrichment, competitive compensation and maintaining balance between work and the other activities important to you. (subject of last program)

-- Effectively working with Executive Recruiters – learning what executive recruiters can and can’t do in landing the next position and understand the role they can play in an effective job search.

-- Build your business network – learn and apply ongoing skills for building, nurturing and harvesting a business network that yields opportunities for you and your participants.

-- Managing your work relationships – Understand the critical needs to effectively engage with your peers, work force and bosses. This includes managing your boss and understanding how to build and expand this relation.

--Series logistics this year are the same as for the previous events:

--Location: Georgetown University Car Barn building on Prospect Street NW

--Time: Seminar registration and breakfast begin at 8:15 AM with the seminar beginning promptly at 9:00 AM and concluding at 12:00 PM.

--Cost: Early bird - $19/event for Georgetown McDonough Alumni and students and Wharton Club of Washington DC alumni, $8 more within one week of event to 5 pm on day before. The cost for non-members will be $29 early and $37 later. Everyone pays $39 after 5 pm on day before event, including walk-ins, if space is available. All prices include any books or materials distributed and breakfast. Event registration: www.whartondc.com.

We all look forward to seeing you and others you know who could benefit from direction, input, and high-level networking at the next event on 2/12/05, Saturday morning, beginning at 8:15 am and continuing until Noon.

Meanwhile, please take a few minutes and respond to our survey as soon as possible so that we can plan the rest of the series and take your needs and career goals into account. Thank you!