Career Alternatives' is topic of Oct. 10 Master's Connection
From Graduate Business Career Services, Opus College of Business
George Dow, M.B.A. '83, a career transition consultant for executives and professionals, will help answer questions on "Career Alternatives: Choices and Strategies at Career Crossroads" at the Master's Connection networking breakfast Wednesday, Oct. 10.
The breakfast will be held from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. in Room 201, Opus Hall, on the Minneapolis campus.
Visit the Graduate Business Career Services Web page to register online. The early registration fee is $7 for sign-ups made online at least five days prior to the event. Registration is $10 at the door. All current graduate business students and alumni are welcome.
Is it time for a change? Do you often find yourself considering what's next, or worry if it's time to choose what's best before someone else chooses for you? Do you know how to assess which future options might be your best fit, and how to get from here to there most effectively?
Dow will draw on his years of experience in coaching executives and professionals in career transitions to share his strategies for success at career crossroads. He will help you answer these questions and others that arise when it looks like it is time for a change.
About the speaker: Dow divides his time between his private practice and corporate-sponsored executive career transition practice at Right Management Consultants. He brings more than 20 years of experience in consulting and advising executives and professionals during their career transitions. His focus is on assisting his clients with career assessment, identification of options, and coaching to achieve desired outcomes, both personally and professionally.
Dow completed his M.B.A. at the University of St. Thomas in 1983 and his undergraduate degrees in psychology and communications from Hamline University.
Master's Connection is an ongoing program of the Opus College of Business Graduate Business Career Services office. This monthly event includes a light breakfast, guest speaker, an opportunity to present a 30-second "personal commercial" and additional networking time.
Call (651) 962-8807 for more information or visit the Graduate Business Career Services Web page.