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Webinar Invitation: Navigating a Successful Career, February 27

2014-02-27 00:00:00
Webinar: Navigating a Successful Career February 27, 2014 16:00 – 17:00 CET Online Careers don't just happen. They require personal commitment. Managing your career is perhaps the most important skill to be developed as you progress through any organization. It is a delicate balance between building strong relationships across all levels of an organization while recognizing unique organizational attributes, culture and influences. Ned Sherry, Executive-in-Residence at the University of Pittsburgh, will discuss how executives and emerging leaders can manage their careers.

This webinar is free of charge. Feel free to share this invitation.


Edward C. "Ned" Sherry, Jr. most recently served as Vice President of The Callos Companies/OI Partners and Managing Principle of Right Management Consultants, both career transition and coaching firms. He previously worked as Vice President and Corporate Officer for Astrotech International Corporation, a publically traded manufacturer of large above ground storage tanks. His management responsibilities included plant operations, acquisitions and investor relations.
Prior to joining Astrotech, Mr. Sherry was President of four manufacturing companies. The businesses included the confectionary industry, china manufacturing, sign construction, and restoration. Total revenue of $64 million, responsibility for these four companies provided Mr. Sherry with valuable insight into small business operations.

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