The Best Way to Spend an Hour This Week

master classesOur recent executive education surveys have shown time is the greatest obstacle of professional growth. I cannot quite say we’ve conquered time, but we have made it easy for you to get first-rate executive-level education in weekly one-hour chunks. Each week, we bring in one of the brightest minds – career advisers, business leaders, leadership guides, and wellbeing experts – to share their insights with the ExecuNet community.

Here’s what attendees of recent sessions had to say afterward:

  • The best hour I’ve spent all week…maybe all month.”
  • “The strategies provided in Master Class are above and beyond what is available in the marketplace today. It’s an excellent development forum.”
  • “Extremely knowledgeable, experienced, great speaker. The content was well-organized, timely and relevant. The examples were immediately helpful.”
  • “Provocative…fresh perspectives…insightful…practical…actionable.”

The sessions this month will explore women in the boardroom, job search strategies and turning your back on corporate life. Here’s the line-up:   Soph, insert images to left

A Woman’s Guide to Achieving Corporate Board Service

sheila-ronning-medThe journey to the boardroom can be an overwhelming undertaking filled with questions about what to expect, how to prepare, and how to be effective.

During this Master Class session led by Women in the Boardroom CEO and Founder Sheila Ronning, you will learn about the four main types of boards, the board director’s responsibilities, the risks of serving on a board, why you should serve on a board, and the time commitment and compensation for board service. If you might like to serve on a board, this Master Class is designed to help you uncover if it’s for you, and where to start.

Résumé, Personal Branding and Job Search Strategies: An Expert Panel Discussion

harriette-lowenthal-don-weintraub-patricia-romboletti-lgIs your résumé opening doors or closing them? Are you not getting interviews for the executive roles you want, despite having excellent qualifications?

During this roundtable discussion, our expert panel of executive career advisers, coaches and recruiters will share strategies that will help you to get noticed and interviewed. You will leave this advice-filled, question-and-answer session with invaluable information that will significantly improve your résumé quality and overall job search success.

Trading Corporate Life for Entrepreneurship

Pete GilfillanYou’ve had enough of answering to a boss who doesn’t appreciate you, the extraneous company meetings that go nowhere, the unavoidable politics of corporate America, and lack of job security?

In this session of ExecuNet Master Class, you’ll hear from someone who did exactly that. Entrepreneur expert Pete Gilfillan and a special guest will join ExecuNet Master Class Host Anthony Vlahos to talk about taking control of one’s destiny, conquering the natural fear of a new path, what it takes to get started, and the biggest lessons learned so far. You’ll learn to separate in your own mind the myths of business ownership from reality, and leave the webcast with a clear understanding of how you, too, can trade corporate life for entrepreneurship, and have the career you’ve been dreaming of.

Can’t make a live presentation? No problem! Simply complete your registration to receive the recorded program after the session. These valuable classes are included as a part of your membership; make sure you don’t miss them!



William Flamme

William Flamme

William Flamme is ExecuNet's Marketing Content Manager, where he is responsible for developing engaging career, job search, and leadership insight and delivering executive-level content across the various properties under the ExecuNet brand. Prior to joining ExecuNet in 2008, Will earned a master's degree in education and taught fifth grade and sixth grade. As a teacher, he deepened his appreciation for the written word and mastered skills necessary for managing writers who sometimes view deadlines as homework.

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