Soft Skill Training: Leadership and Personal Networking 10/29
Our speaker will come from CIE Dallas Chapter and will share with you on what she learned from years of soft skill coaching. Read her bio and you will be amazed at her achievements.
We will discuss the keys to successful leadership and personal networking that will lead to satisfying career planning and development: how to build positive relationships, lead with influence, the model with value-based communications and actions, develop a network of C.R.I.M.P.S., and intelligent career planning.
This is a follow-up program from our 7/9 Leadership Symposium. Videos of that event can be found at the link. http://cie-sf.org/index.php/events/conference/20-event-conference/182-7-9-cie-sf-caspa-mj-co-hosted-career-planning-symposium
On 10/29 you can learn some practical soft skills that can be used in your job every day.
Time: 10/29 1:30PM (Sat.)
Venue: ITRI Conference Room 2870 Zanker Rd., Suite 140 , San Jose, CA 95134, CA
Elaine Kung, Director, AT&T
Board of Directors, VP of HR, Advisor to Young Professionals, CIE-DFW Chapter
Elaine Kung’s career at AT&T spans over 30 years, from technical R&D at Bell Labs, business marketing in a wide range of telecom products to operations. She has achieved millions in revenues and delivered profitability initiatives. Her recent career moves went from wireline, mobility, fiber broadband, analytics, and now to network on demand and service integration. She received AT&T-sponsored executive education from Columbia, Cornell, and Wharton. Elaine graduated from Cornell with B.S. in Electrical & Materials Science Engineering, from Princeton with M.S. in Electrical Engineering. She frequently speaks at conferences, universities, churches, nationwide events in the States and in Asia. She serves as board member and advisor to various organizations including CIE-USA/DFW. Elaine was recognized by such awards as the WOC (Women of Color) STEM Career Achievement Award, Successful Women in Business, Most On-Fire Manager. Elaine’s journey is a remarkable turn coming from a very poor family, living on the edge, then 30 years later, living the American dream.
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