Managing Your Non-Linear Careers

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- May 10, 2015 Comments Off on Managing Your Non-Linear Careers

Online Webinar
Thursday, June 4, 2015, 12:30 – 1:30pm

The world of work is changing rapidly—there are new ways to work and get work done. Forward-thinking companies are adapting and changing as top talent flock to independent consulting as a career path.

But, how do the world’s top independent professionals advance in their non-linear careers? And what does “non-linear career” even mean for an independent executive? In this interactive, hour-long webinar, Caroline Weinstein and Laura Klein will answer these questions and more!

Caroline and Laura will leverage BTG’s experience structuring projects for independent workers to address the following obstacles that independent executives face when managing their non-linear, non-traditional careers:

• Continuing your professional advancement and career development with project-based work.
• Advancing your career as an independent professional—both in terms of project roles and responsibilities, as well as financially.
• Marketing and brand positioning yourself and your skills to assist you in achieving your end goals.

About the Presenters:
Caroline Weinstein leads the Talent Development efforts for Business Talent Group. Prior to joining BTG, Ms. Weinstein worked in the financial services industry in marketing and strategy roles for Neuberger Berman and Goldman Sachs. She holds an MBA from Columbia University and a Bachelors degree from Dartmouth College.

Laura Klein is a BTG Principal and Client Development Specialist. She began her career at JP Morgan and has completed numerous consulting engagements, first as a consultant at Bain & Company and later as an independent consultant. In addition, Ms. Klein founded and managed a business unit at Mainspring, a consulting firm focused on incorporating new technology to enhance business strategy, which was later sold to IBM. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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