DATE: September 23, 2014
LOCATION: Macaulay Honors College, The City University of New York, 35 West 67th Street (between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue)
TIME: 4:30pm to 7:00pm
Leadership in Building the Relationships Necessary For Your Career
In navigating the mine field of getting, keeping, and growing in your job or profession, a few questions come to mind.
- What are your unique leadership qualities, weaknesses and strengths?
- What would the impact be in your career if you could crack the code on advanced leadership skills and confident interpersonal communication?
- How will your ongoing leadership development and growth impact your future in business development, private capital and portfolio company growth?
Jonathan Flaks will facilitate a lively discussion and discovery about what aspects of leadership YOU can build on to move and inspire people. That tends to be much more effective, exciting and fun than trying too hard to impress and convince. You will take away new insights, approaches and resources that will upgrade your relationships in business and beyond.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: All middle market dealmakers (including private equity firms, investment banks, accounting firms, law firms, lenders, both bank and non-bank, and consultants) who are looking to hire or mentor junior professionals.
4:30-5:15pm Registration and Networking
5:30-6:15pm Program and Q&A
6:15-7:00pm Refreshments and Networking
Your First Job Through Relationships
ACG Cares inaugural event will showcase a panel of six professionals at different stages of their careers who will share stories on how relationships helped them get their first professional job (or subsequent position later on in their career).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
All middle market dealmakers including: Private equity firms, investment banks, accounting firms, law firms, lenders (both bank and non-bank) and consultants.
4:30pm - 5:30pm Registration/Networking
5:30pm - 6:00pm Panel Discussion
6:00pm - 6:15pm Q&A
6:15pm -7:00pm Refreshments & Networking
ACG Cares assists college and graduate students from a range of social backgrounds who are interested in a career in business find their first job.