Elizabeth and Pat's Leadership Class at
Stanford - Class opens to everyone
A good class on the
resume and learning to build a successful career!
Two full days of Seminar systematic steps and career tips from High-Tech
executive and Jefferson and Kennedy Winners.
Register for the class here:
Stanford Class WSP 229: Ten Steps to a Successful Career:
Your career development has become your own
responsibility in this ever-changing talent market.
Global corporations are no longer providing in-depth
career development programs. Instead, they are
recruiting talent from each other. In this course, you
will learn how to build a successful career across
multiple companies and industries, achieving your
goals and advancing your position in this super
competitive global talent war.
The course provides you with ten systematic steps
extracted from great leaders in the industry. These
actionable steps will assist in refining your career
vision—building realistic goals, developing feasible
plans, and executing them flawlessly. We will also
discuss how to create an effective professional brand
and network, how to collaborate and influence, as well
as how to build and lead a successful team. These ten
steps will help you to develop a heightened business
understanding and refine important leadership skills.
This course is designed for professionals and entrepreneurs
who want to grow as leaders and bring themselves
and their organizations to the next level.
Elizabeth Xu and her mentor of 20+ years Ms. Pat Zimmerman, Jefferson Award and
the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Award winner, (bio at: http://www.blogger.com/profile/12719189363354248427)
will co-teach this class at Stanford. We will provide you with tools and
practical steps to help you build a solid successful career. We will help you
go through a paradigm shift in how you see yourself and how you approach your
career and life. We will help you to discover your burning desire and goals,
and help you to build attitude and plans to realize these goals, build a sound
professional brand and broad network and support system.