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One night. One focus. On March 14, 2012, Princeton regional associations around the world will host in-person networking events – NetNights – for alumni interested in defining their personal and professional brand, refining their online presence, and reconnecting with fellow Tigers. Alumni participants in these local events staged around the world will be connected through social media before, during, and after the events. This is the Global NetNight.
Join the PCSC for a cocktail hour at the wonderful Wellesbourne pub on West Pico. Then listen to our two professional guest speakers talk about "Developing Your Personal Brand", and using social media to get the word out. Stay to talk with fellow Tigers. Don't miss this opportunity to connect in person with local Princetonians who want to further their career development and strengthen their networks.
In today's economy, you can't have too many advantages when it comes to telling your story and publicizing your "brand". Whether you're looking for a job, thinking about a career change, or simply want to expand your network and public profile, there's something at this event for you!
When: Wednesday, March 14, 2012, 7 to 9 p.m.
Registration begins at 6:45
Presentations begin at 7:30
Where: The Wellesbourne, 10929 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, 90064
Complimentary hors d'oeuvres, cash bar
Robert Dickman is a character actor you may have seen in Bull Durham. Now he's using his speaking skills as an executive coach and consultant. Bob's innovative techniques increase capacity to think, listen and speak more effectively. The primary method human beings use to make sense of their world is telling stories. Bob builds narrative skills for leadership and persuasion. He's worked with organizations from Fortune 500 companies to rapidly growing startups, and helps individuals who want to lead and persuade. His book, The Elements of Persuasion (co-authored with Richard Maxwell), has been translated into 14 languages.