Happy Hour & SF Book Launch! The Career Within You
Thursday, April 8, 2010 from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
RSVP in two places, s'il vous plait. Here at EventBrite and again on the Yale Club website:
5:30 - 7:00pm Networking Happy Hour at the The Tipsy Pig, 2231 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA (415) 292-2300
8:00 - 9:00pm Mini-Workshop - The Career Within You: Mapping Out The Perfect Career Path For Your Personality by co-author, Ingrid Stabb, at Books Inc., 2251 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA (415) 931-3633
You’re invited to my official San Francisco launch of The Career Within You. The first launch was in Menlo Park, but on Thursday, April 8th we’ll hold Part Two of the celebrations for San Francisco, East Bay, and Marin folks.
Please join me for happy hour at the Tipsy Pig from 5:30 to 7pm and for a talk on The Career Within You at Books Inc. from 8pm to 9pm. My fellow alumnus, Martin Boroson, will be giving a talk from 7pm to 8pm. See details here: http://www.yalesf.org/article.html?aid=260
This event is co-hosted by Books Inc. and the Yale Club of San Francisco. ALL ARE WELCOME. Please note, if you cannot make this event, I will hold one last launch party in SF on July 31st. Stay tuned for announcements about that.
About The Book Talk:
The Career Within You: Mapping Out The Perfect Career Path For Your Personality
By co-author, Ingrid Stabb
Description: To be successful and fulfilled, your work life must reflect your true self, including calling upon the strengths you already possess. The Career Within You helps you achieve just that. The book’s individualized approach determines your career type, then helps you forge leadership and job decisions that best suit you, making it the ideal career management guide for alumni of all stripes.
Downloadable Resources: http://www.careerwithinyou.com/downloads.html
Bio: An innovator in business applications of personalization, Ingrid Stabb holds a BA from Columbia University and an MBA from the Yale School of Management. She has worked with hundreds of individuals on their career development, writes a column for TALK Journal, organizes workshops, and co-chairs the Yale SOM Career Management Committee. Stabb has been featured in the New York Times and on local Channel 7 ABC's The View From The Bay ( http://bit.ly/ViewBay ). Her multi-sector management career spans Fortune 500 companies, international startups, non-profit work and the U.S. government. As an expert in personalization, she has helped major companies better target specific demographics and increase customer loyalty. Stabb was a key developer in SCORE! Educational Center’s business model, which employed personalized educational software—the first of its kind. Stabb is currently a social media marketer for Lithium Technologies, Inc.
When & Where
Yale Club of San Francisco
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