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March Hall Leadership Lesson in Partnership with CYP Club and HRACO

Date & Time:
Thu, Mar. 8, 2018 | 7:00 - 9:00 AM

Location:
Franklin University downtown campus, Ross Auditorium
301 E. Rich St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215


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Description:

Leadership Lessons: Job Search Tips & Trends

Thursday, March 8, 2018, 7- 9am

Franklin University (Ross Auditorium) 

Once a month, Franklin University, the Columbus Young Professionals (CYP) Club and the Human Resources Association of Central Ohio (HRACO) partner to host a conversation on leadership for young professionals. We assemble a panel of local experts to offer leadership lessons and tips for attendees, along with business networking, coffee, and light breakfast. Each month the series features a different professional topic.

Join us on Thursday, March 8 for networking, coffee, and leadership lessons focused on "Job Search Tips & Trends!"

Whether you have a job or are in transition, or think that you might be considering a career change at some point, this event will bring together some of the top talent management and recruitment experts in central Ohio. 

Panelists:
• Tracy Mahl - Regional Director of Talent Acquisition at Mount Carmel Health Systems
• Holly McFarland - Director of the Center for Career Development at Franklin University
• Miranda Mishe Vollmer - HR Manager at the City of Columbus Division of Police
• Jen Savage - Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition at Worthington Industries

Moderator:
• Chris Rutter - President of the Human Resources Association of Central Ohio



The event includes light breakfast and coffee, plus free parking. 

Agenda
7:00 am: Open Networking with coffee & light breakfast
7:30 am: Introduction of Panelists and Moderator
7:45 am: Panel Discussion
8:45 am: Panel Q&A and Closing Announcements
 

Can't make this month's session? Join for one of our other upcoming sessions.

Thursday, April 12: Leadership Lessons welcomes Doug Ulman, President and CEO at Pelotonia
Pelotonia raises millions of dollars each year for cancer research with a total of $156 million raised in 9 years. Doug Ulman joined Pelotonia in November 2014 as President & Chief Executive Officer. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing the strategic vision and direction of Pelotonia and also serves as an advisor to The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. Prior to this, Doug served as President / CEO at The LIVESTRONG Foundation, a voice for cancer survivors that has directly served more than 3.5 million people.

Thursday, May 10: Food Entrepreneurs of Columbus Panel
New restaurants and food concepts are launching in Columbus all the time. After all, we're known as "Test City, USA." Join us and meet some of the most successful food entrepreneurs of Columbus who will offer their stories, their lessons on leadership, and what might be in store for Columbus foodies.

Thursday, June 14: What Style Of Leader Are You? Panel
What are the types of leadership styles? Which leadership approach is most effective? What type of leader are you? During this discussion, we will hear from a panel of community leaders who will talk about the various styles of leadership.


 

 

Event Type:

  • University