Youth, Age & Career, Managing Perceptions
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Kellogg Alumni Club of New York
cordially invites you to a
panel discussion on
Youth, Age & Career
Managing perceptions in the workplace
see below for panelist biographies
Have you successfully navigated the corporate track but find yourself being told your years of experience make you overqualified or expensive? Or maybe your youthful looks make it hard for your colleagues to take you seriously at work? Do you work for a younger / older boss and find yourself struggling to relate? Are you managing millennials whose expectations are different from yours?
If you answered yes to any of these questions or if you struggle with other dilemmas related to age, please join us for a candid panel discussion on how to handle it in today's economy.
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This event is open to all alumni of Northwestern University and their guests.
Elizabeth S. Colodny is the founder and President of Synergy Partners, a career services consulting firm in New York City. Liz brings over 25 years of experience from talent leadership roles across diverse industries, including: financial, professional and information services and the non-profit sector. For more...
Peter K. Gonye is an executive recruiter at Spencer Stuart, one of the world's leading executive search consulting firms. He is a co-leader in the firm's Private Equity Practice in North America and he leads the Global Banking & Markets Practice in the US. For more...
Trish Jeffers is the Director of Human Resources at the Museum of Modern Art. In addition to managing the organization's pool of talented professionals, she is directly responsible for talent acquisition and policy setting as it pertains to training & development, workplace safety and company morale. For more...
Matthew Temple is the the Director of Alumni Career Services for the Kellogg School of Management. In this role is responsible for the school's initiatives for alumni as well as full-time, part time and executive MBA students on a range of career issues. For more...