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Career Planning and Job Hunting
IE UK Club May 20, 2012
On behalf of our MBA Career Services for Working Professionals (MBACSWP) alliance partner school, London Business School, we are pleased to invite you to attend the following event in London with Mr. Daniel Porot, who also teaches numerous sessions at IE each year, for those of you who may happen to be in the area. Details are below. Please note registration is on a first come, first served basis and places are limited.
Are you searching for a new role or looking to proactively manage your career? This one day interactive and creative workshop gives you the opportunity to reflect on where you're coming from and where you're heading to.
Acquire a practical toolkit to address three key questions: 'What do I want to do?', 'Where do I want to work?' and 'How do I go about finding the right opportunity?' Daniel's workshop has received extensive praise from alumni who describe it as tangible and practical, full of great job search techniques and advice on identifying the next step in your career.
With more than 30 years’ experience, Daniel Porot is one of Europe's leading pioneers in Career Design and Job Hunting. The author of best-selling career books including The PIE Method for Career Success, he has run workshops in 30 different countries throughout the world, teaching over 50 different nationalities. To date, more than 85,000 participants have attended his workshops and he has worked extensively with alumni of London Business School and other leading business schools. Daniel holds an MBA from INSEAD and started his career with Exxon and Amoco, prior to launching his own business in 1971.
To get the most out of this workshop you will be required to complete some pre-work. This will be sent to you a few days prior to the workshop.
For more information contact Ritienne Bajada firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0) 20 7000 7421
To book http://www.london.edu/event/do?eventCode=A12SCS2005HUNT (£145 including breakfast, lunch and coffee)