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Perseverance and Job Success

Last week was a great one for presentations, including a terrific stint with fellow Alumni at Cabrini College.  The topic was Perseverance and Jobs: Job Success in Any Economy.  I was kindly invited by Rachel McCarter,  Director of Alumni Relations, to meet and greet with fellow Cabrini graduates from all walks.  The occasion was the first in a Cavaliers in Transition (“C.I.T.”)  series, a networking and career building program for Alumni who are in all stages of their career.

Joining the esteemed group were Cabrini’s best-of-best Career-guiders, Nancy Hutchison, Director, Cooperative Education and Career Services, and, Samantha Gil, Assistant Director, Cooperative Education & Career Services– whew!  That’s a lot of alumni and career expertise in one small room!

For my part, I offered this-here presentation, which I promised to share with all in attendance who helped make the night a-tiny-bit-of-a career success for all of us.  You can download it from SlideShare and pass it on! There were no “program evaluations” in the traditional sense, but I welcome comments below about your experience.   Please keep the alumni-network-connections going and stay in touch.  And thanks for the opportunity to Be Inspired by my fellows at Cabrini College!

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  1. Nancy Hutchison says:

    Brian’s presentation was very interesting, relevant and interactive. It was a lively and diverse group. There were many questions to which Brian and the group responded. We all took away practical things to use. I particulary like the attributes of successful/unsuccessful people; right on!

    It was great seeing a former colleague again after many years.

    All the very best, Nancy

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