Being a mentor and/or a mentee should be a very disciplined process, and is much different than employing a business coach or a business management consultant from content learned, timeframe and cost. Come learn the specifics and benefits of being both a mentor and a mentee. John Schamante (www.clearvision.com
), will end up the last 30 minutes of the lecture with his expert perspectives.
About the series
Oakland University business graduate students can take advantage of special registration offer as part of the business school’s sponsorship of the 2013 Bulletproof Your Success business lecture series presented by President and CEO of The Community House in Birmingham, Camille Jayne.
An established business leader, Jayne developed the series to help business professionals succeed in a difficult environment. The series covers the eight competency clusters she has identified to increase business effectiveness. The lecture series offers tools and processes attendees can start using immediately to help bulletproof their success in business.
The lectures, which take place the second Wednesday of every month from February through September 2013 at the Birmingham Community House from 11:30-1:30 p.m., run $35 per lecture, registrants can add a lunch for $10. The SBA sponsorship includes 10 registrations and lunch per lecture, which are available to SBA graduate students on a first-come basis. See information below on how to reserve your spot. If complimentary registrations are full the registration information below will close out, interested students are welcome to sign up as a paying attendee via The Community House online registration system here.
Each lecture also includes a personal “Success Pitstop Assessment,” a comprehensive questionnaire participants can use to rate their skills, leadership, traits, management style, experiential and factual knowledge, and talents/abilities to determine their “success bucket” score.
Registration for School of Business Graduate Students
SBA graduate students interested in attending the lectures should email Paul Trumbull at firstname.lastname@example.org and with the following information: full name, email address, lecture date and indicate chicken or vegetarian lunch preference. Reservations should be placed by the 23 month preceding the lecture. The spaces are available on a first-come basis.
SBA faculty, staff and undergraduate students interested in attending may email Trumbull to be placed on a waiting list for any available openings.