Live Networking Event Detail

Executive Roundtable in New York City

Tuesday, January 17, 2017
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Cost: Non-Member $50

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Payment informantion:

Register by: Credit Card Only

Registration:

Contact: Andrea Briscoe
Email: andrea.briscoe@ml.execunet.com
Call: 212-404-6925
Deadline is January 16, 2017
This meeting is Expired.

Details:

Host: Andrea Briscoe
Place: The Cornell Club
6 E. 44 Street ,
New York City,
NY 10017
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Early Bird Special:
$35 as member or $40 as guest when you register by 1/10
$40 as member or $50 as guest after 1/10
Light Refreshments
This meeting is Expired.
PLEASE NOTE: NO WALK-INS

Pre-registration and pre-payments are a must, as space is limited.

No refunds can be granted within 48 hours of event.
NO SHOWS WILL BE BILLED

About the Facilitator:

Andrea leverages 15+ years of experience in HR and executive search to help ExecuNet members find and land their next assignment that will advance their career. She is passionate about helping executives uncover their true career aspirations and creating a strategic roadmap on how to achieve those objectives. Andrea’s unique perspective has helped nonprofit organizations and corporations to achieve positive change by creating new levels of awareness. As an adjunct professor, Andrea helped managers at all levels bring a diversity lens to their work with teams and staff. Her coaching model incorporates strategy, communication and integrity.

Andrea has worked as an executive coach and human resource consultant for nonprofit organizations and in the areas of consulting, accounting, insurance and financial services. In addition to heading up recruitment drives, she helped launch diversity initiatives, recast organizational structures and perform strategic staffing and planning for these firms. Andrea has held positions as a Senior Recruiter, Employee Relations Manager, Human Resources Director, and VP for Organizational Effectiveness. In the recent past, Andrea has consulted with Oppenheimer Funds, The White House Project, Women Rising, Ashoka, KPMG and Moody’s.

Andrea is a certified Executive Coach and a member of the International Coach Federation, International Association of Coaches, SHRM, OD Network and the Association for Psychological Type. Additionally, she has been active in public interest advocacy since the 1980s. In the early 1990’s, she worked as a criminal defense attorney and a court advocate serving indigent clients and juveniles in New York City.

Andrea holds a Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication and Broadcast Journalism from Emerson College in Boston, MA, a Master's degree in Human Resource Management and Organizational Development from the New School and is a graduate of the City University of New York Law School.

Meeting Summary:

ExecuNet Connections provides a forum for executives, like yourself, from all industries to maximize their search efforts through networking, building quality relationships, exchanging leads and sharing experiences, ideas and peer feedback for career development.

What's in it For Me?

Take control of your career! With as many as 75% of all openings filled by networking, ExecuNet Connections is the clear choice to increase your contacts and capitalize on a proven business network. Meeting other business professionals 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.

Please come prepared to:
  • Introduce yourself, come prepared with a list of companies you are targeting.
  • Meet and learn about great people.
  • Learn what your differentiating Value Proposition is.
  • Discuss a handful of new ways to improve your search strategy and tactics.
  • Share new networking ideas and contacts.
Take Aways
  • Getting Noticed; How to Stand out from Other Senior Executives in a Crowded Field
  • How to get noticed and Invited to interview
  • What is a Value Proposition and Value Conversation?
Agenda
8:15-8:45 AM Informal networking, continental breakfast
8:45-9:30 AM Introductions; share what you are looking for; help others to tap into your network
9:30-10:30 AM Learn search best practice strategies and tactics; Q&A
10:300-11:00 AM Additional networking time - be helped by others to advance your career

Directions:

This meeting is Expired.