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USC Marshall Bay Area Career Day 2017

USC Marshall Alumni Association - Bay Area Chapter

Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)

USC Marshall Bay Area Career Day 2017

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We are excited to announce our 12th annual USC Marshall Bay Area Career Day.  Once again, LinkedIn is hosting our event and this year we’ll be meeting at their spectacular building in San Francisco.

Come and join us for a light breakfast, helpful networking, and incredible insight on your career from business leaders and job search consultants.

This year's theme is centered on “Leadership” - Not only will we discuss the traditional aspects of leading an organization, but also we want to make you think hard about...

  • How can we manage our careers?

  • How to develop our leadership career skills?  

  • How can we position ourselves as leaders in our current roles?  

  • How to talk like leaders when we don't have a leadership title?

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:  Dave Logan - "Be This, Not That"

Dave Logan is co-founder and president of CultureSync (a management consulting firm whose cleints include Fortune 500 companies, major nonprofits, and governments around the world), a Senior Lecturer at University of Southern California (USC) Marshall School of Business, and New York Times bestselling author.

He has been on the USC faculty since 1996 and has a Ph.D. in Organizational Communication from the Annenberg School at USC. Dave authored or co-authored six books, including the bestseller Tribal Leadership and The Three Laws of Performance.


Agenda: 8:30am-1:00pm (approximately)

 8:30 - Registration, Networking, and Breakfast (catered)

 9:00 - Opening Remarks

 9:15 - Keynote Speaker: Dave Logan

10:00 - Networking & Refreshment Break

10:45 - Panel:  Lessons in Leadership

11:30 - Break

11:45 - Online Tools Presentation

12:30 - Closing Remarks & Give-Aways

Who can Attend?  Anyone may attend, regardless of school affiliation.

Costs to attend:

  • Early Bird:  $25 before June 9.

  • Advance:  $35 before June 20.

  • At-the-Door:  $40



Amy Brierley (Moderator), 10 years at Stanford University, Amy is an Assistant Director of Career Communities, the Program Coordinator for the BEAM Stanford Alumni Mentoring (SAM) Program, and an Alumni Relations Officer at the Stanford Alumni Association.
Mark Brostoff:  Assistant dean and director, MBA Career Services at the USC Marshall School of Business. As part of the graduate programs leadership team, he leads all aspects of the career services process for the Marshall MBA Programs. He joined Marshall after serving seven successful years as Associate Dean and Director, Weston Career Center, Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis.
Jocelyn Kung: In her 25 years at the helm of The Kung Group (TKG), Jocelyn has empowered many of the globe’s top business leaders, enabling them to motivate their workforce to new pinnacles of business and personal success. TKG’s systematic methodology maximizes human effectiveness and eradicates performance roadblocks -- resulting in healthy companies with significant, measurable, and lasting growth.
Lance Elliot.  Author or co-author of seven books and over 200 articles, he has made appearances on CNN, and has been a frequent speaker at industry conferences.  He serves on several boards and committees at the University of Southern California (USC), including several boards of the Marshall School of Business. Lance is a former professor at the University of Southern California (USC).
Renee Sanderson:  A leader within Cisco Connected Women and was a multi-year co-chair of the group’s Professional Development pillar. She is a recognized leader in the partner channel at large and has been honored as a CRN Woman of the Channel in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Renee is a sought after speaker on the topic of M&A commercial transition.

Online Tools Presentation:

Kevin Nichols.  President & CEO of a social impact venture between Stanford University and Google, Inc. called The Social Engineering Project and he is the founder of two professional networking LinkedIn groups in the Bay Area with roughly 8,000 members combined, that meet regularly to identify business goals and objectives and facilitate referrals to achieve same.

ANY questions about the event should go to:

Your registration fee will include a $1 gift in support of the USC Marshall School of Business. Charitable contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. USC Tax ID#: 95-1642394.
Have questions about USC Marshall Bay Area Career Day 2017? Contact USC Marshall Alumni Association - Bay Area Chapter

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222 2nd Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)

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