- The true cause of today’s business crises
- A simple framework for future-proofing your career
- How to create a competitive advantage for yourself in a rapidly-changing marketplace
Josh Allan Dykstra is a consultant/author/speaker and co-founder of Strengths Doctors, a consulting firm which helps leaders design energizing company cultures. His eclectic background spans Fortune 500 companies like Apple, Starbucks, Genentech, and Viacom/CBS to startups, nonprofits, and government agencies. He has an MBA in Executive Leadership from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in addition to a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and Leadership. His new book, Igniting the Invisible Tribe: Designing An Organization That Doesn’t Suck, will be released in Summer 2012. Josh lives with his wife in Los Angeles, California.
Please join us on Tuesday, September 11 at 7 PM to learn from Josh how to navigate this New Economy!
Career Synergy is the premier monthly network event in Santa Monica geared towards the Young Entrepreneur/Professional.
At Career Synergy our motto is: "relationships first, business second"
Included with admission: meet/hear our featured speaker of the night, network with other young professionals in discussion groups, taste light refreshments & be entered to win a raffle prize! (what a value!)
OP Cafe (map included) is a coffee shop in Santa Monica, conveniently located off the 10 freeway near Bundy & Ocean Park Blvd. (plenty of free street parking available)
Please bring something to take notes & business cards (if you have them).
Dress code is: business casual relaxed (google it).
RSVP your spot now and come promptly at 7 PM!
For more information, visit http://growingforward.net or contact Scott at:
C: (310) 367-1059
Refreshments donated by: Alex Gutierrez
Raffle Prize donated by: Send Out Cards
Whether it’s how you work or how you play, you have something to teach too.
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When & Where
Career development programs for Millennial workers at small to mid-sized companies.