ADVOCATE. CONNECT. INNOVATE.

WIB-Southern California Presents “Finding Your Niche for Career Success”

San Diego

4/24/2018

5:30pm - 8:00pm

Forging a successful career path requires clarity, courage, strength, and negotiation. In today’s rapidly changing world of work, the idea of the traditional career ladder is near extinction. Effective career navigation is now thought of as a mosaic of intentional experiences that foster learning, development, visibility, and professional fulfillment. Seeking career development opportunities both internally and externally will not only help you get to your ideal role but can simultaneously maximize your impact on the organization. Join us for an engaging session lead by Amy Bergen, Vice President of Business Development at The Leadership Edge, where we will explore how identifying your skills and talents, and combining these with your goals and aspirations, can map your path for long-term success.

The Leadership Edge is passionate about creating a more robust pipeline of female leaders within the life sciences and supporting gender diversity at the executive and board levels. Over the past three decades, they have had the unique privilege of working with over 5,000 board members, executives, and scientific leaders to dramatically improve the performance, pace, and culture of the most dynamic and innovative pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies in the country. Female leaders bring unique perspectives, skills, and competencies to the workplace. They also have unique challenges and professional development needs. The Leadership Edge recognizes this and has recently expanded their development offerings to include a new Leadership EDGE for Women program to address the greatest needs and challenges faced by both emerging and existing female leaders today.

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Contact: Katelyn Busse
Contact Phone: 6092847023
Contact Email: katelyn.busse88@gmail.com

Event Address:

Latham & Watkins LLP
12670 High Bluff Dr.
San Diego, CA 92130
United States