Join DFW*ATW for the March 14, 2019 Monthly Meeting
Hacking Your Career
Melerick Mitchell will speak on Hacking Your Career. The career ladder model that we have been taught over the years has not only changed … it is now obsolete. To have the career of your dreams, your approach to managing your career must radically change. If you want to accelerate the growth of your career, then this is a workshop you cannot miss.
About our speaker:
Melerick Mitchell, a global career coach, performance Sherpa and corporate speaker, will share CAREER HACKS that boil down the career catapulting concepts used by leading corporate executives at the highest levels in top global companies. These HACKS will give you the keys that can help you take your career from slowly sneaking up the corporate ladder to taking the express elevator. He’ll also unlock some leadership HACKS that can put some zing in the performance of your teams. Mel holds a M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology from Louisiana Tech University.
Instagram - @melerickm
Melerick Mitchell: is a sought-after corporate speaker/coach who serves global executives and organizations of various size and operations who are looking to accelerate both performance levels and business acumen.
Fortune 500 companies, start-ups and universities across the United States that have benefitted from Melerick’s training abilities include; Microsoft, Salesforce, Raytheon, Code Authority, Captialogix, UC San Diego, Louisiana Tech University, University of North Texas, Tuskegee University, and Campbell University.
Mel also holds a MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and BS Electrical Engineering Technology from Louisiana Tech University.
So listening to his background your question might be how do you go from being an engineer to becoming a leadership development expert. Well that is what he is here to talk about how to Hack Your Career.
Light dinner of sandwiches and salads is served.
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