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International Dual Carreer Network
March 2, 2015 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
“Making the Most of Networking Events”
Please confirm your participation by registering ONLINE until Tuesday, February 10, by clicking here.
If you are unable to attend this event, please feel free to forward this invitation to the person that will be representing you or your company.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Your active participation and networking is essential for the success of this event, so a good attendance will be appreciated.
Additional Networking Time for Corporate Members Only:
To make the events more effective for all Corporate Members, we have arranged for some separate space where you will have the opportunity to network exclusively with other Corporate Members. The networking will take place parallel to the workshops for spouses. If you prefer to take part in the workshops instead, you are certainly very welcome to do so.
Simone Arizzi, Switzerland Country Leader & Technology and Innovation Director EMEA at DuPont, will give a company presentation, including the current job opportunities DuPont has to offer. This will be followed by 3 parallel workshops on networking.
Workshop 1: “How to Work a Room” by Rodica Rosu Fridez & Sunita Sehmi (SR Communications)
When it comes to connecting with others while walking into a room full of strangers, some of us are naturals but those who aren’t often feel lost and worried. This workshop will help you learn how to enter a room and build a network of people you can help and who can help you.
Workshop 2: “Developing Your Personal Brand Statement to Create Powerful Conversations!” by Deborah Croft (Croft Coaching)
What is an “elevator speech” and why have one? Discover a new perspective on networking! Create and refine your own “elevator speech”.
Workshop 3: “Networking to Success” by Andrea Delannoy (SCC SARL)
You all must have heard that networking is key to finding a job in Switzerland. Why is that important? What does it take? This workshop will have you reflect on your networking attitude, the DOs and DON’Ts of successful networking.