Live Networking Event Detail

The Key For Successfully Transitioning from Large Corporate to Start-up Companies

Thursday, March 30, 2017
7:15 AM - 9:00 AM
Cost: Non-Member $25

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Registration:

Contact: Karen Tierney
Email: ktierney@kelleherllc.com
Call: 610-293-1115
Deadline is March 29, 2017
This meeting is Expired.

Details:

Host: Mitch Wienick
Place: Hyatt House Hotel
240 Mall Boulevard,
King of Prussia,
PA 19406
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$25 for either or both meetings
Continental Breakfast
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To learn more about Kelleher Associates please visit us at Kelleher Associates, LLC

About the Facilitator:

Facilitation of the Kelleher Associates monthly ExecuNet Meeting is led by Mitch Wienick, President/CEO and the firm's Principals: Anne Robson, Jim Miller, Dean Becker, Sandy Ford and Marci Wilf.

Mitch and his colleagues will be available to field questions and offer suggestions to individuals new to the process. Please feel free to approach the Kelleher Associates' Principals for networking-related advice or counsel on your particular situation.

Kelleher Associates has a well earned reputation as the premier Career Transition and Executive Coaching firm in the Delaware Valley, having served thousands of senior management, executive and professional level clients to achieve successful career transitions, reaching their fullest potential.

Kelleher Principals hold memberships in leading Delaware Valley business and Human Resource organizations including the Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group (GPSEG), Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), Business Leaders Network, PACT, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, Philadelphia Human Resources Professional Society, Forum of Executive Women and The Association of Women Entrepreneurs & Executives (AWE).

We welcome you to join us at our monthly meetings to listen to our guest speakers as well as talk with Kelleher Associates professionals about your career goals.

Speaker:

Stephen S. Tang, Ph.D., MBA, President & CEO, University City Science Center

Meeting Topic:

If It Works, Would It Matter: The Key For Successfully Transitioning from Large Corporate to Start-up Companies
Dr. Tang has 30 years of business and technical experience within rapidly growing high technology and services industries. He serves on the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NACIE) and previously on the U.S. Department of Commerce's Innovation Advisory Board. He co-chairs the Team Pennsylvania Foundation, which bridges the gap between government and the private sector. Additionally, he is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of OraSure Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: OSUR).

The University City Science Center supports innovation and entrepreneurship in the Greater Philadelphia area.

Meeting Summary:

Mitch Wienick, President/CEO, and his colleagues will be available to field questions and offer suggestions to individuals new to the 'process'. Please feel free to approach the Kelleher Associates' Principals for networking-related advice or counsel on your particular situation. Principals: Anne Robson, Jim Miller, Dean Becker, Sandy Ford and Marci Wilf. For more information, contact Marcella Carter and Karen Tierney. At 610-293-1115.

Advantages of Attending an ExecuNet Meeting
To maximize your search efforts, you should be spending the majority of your time networking. Networking is responsible for filling as many as 75% of all openings, so it's clearly a candidate's best choice of strategies for learning about positions and securing offers. It also gives you more control over your job search than responding to ads, sending unsolicited resumes or counting on an executive recruiter to recommend you for an opening. If you initiate and follow up on personal contacts, you'll cut your waiting and wondering time to a minimum. Attending ExecuNet meetings is an excellent way to build your personal contact list and capitalize on a proven networking event.

Agenda:
7:15 a.m. Registration, Continental Breakfast & Informal Networking
8:00 a.m. Presentation and Q&A
9:00 a.m. Wrap-up

Candidates for the Senior Roundtable that commences at 9:30 must qualify and register separately.

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This meeting is Expired.