The job market is not as steady as it used to be. Join Dr. Brian Fahie to discover how to fireproof your career to ensure that it can handle the ups and downs. Learn how to prepare for change, find out where the jobs are and how to market yourself as an attractive candidate. This event will be broadcast live from the ACS National Meeting in Indianapolis.
What You Will Learn
- Weathering career transitions by adding value to yourself
- Finding the alternate doors to get hired
- How to tell stories to illustrate your skills and abilities
Date: Monday, September 9, 2013
Time: 12:00-1:00 pm ET
Join us in Hall F if you are attending the ACS National Meeting
Meet Your Experts
Brian Fahie, Ph.D. is currently the External Strategy and Capabilities Leader for Analytical Sciences at Eli Lilly and Company. Dr. Fahie’s career path has included leadership roles as a scientist, entry level management and senior management roles with global responsibility. Dr. Fahie is well respected for building world class organizations, differentiating between strategic capabilities and needed capacity. A proven leader at creating environments where his staff can excel, Dr. Fahie is a prolific speaker on career development and advancement. Dr. Fahie is the recipient of two of Eli Lilly’s most prestigious leadership awards; The Chairman’s Ovation Award for Leadership and the Lilly Research Laboratories Presidents Diversity Award.
Dr. David Harwell is the Assistant Director for Career Management and Development at ACS. In his job, he works with chemical professionals throughout their careers. He is a chemist by training and a career counselor by profession. Before joining the staff of ACS Dave was a faculty member at the University of Hawaii focusing on silicon nanoparticles and supramolecular structures.
ACS Webinars® would like to thank ACS Careers for co-producing this event.
The Fine Print
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