This is a unique event CIE hosts for young professionals and college students in which experts and professionals from leading companies share career experience and hiring processes. The symposium will feature 2 keynote speakers and 4 panelists deliberating topics on the leadership needed in the challenging economy, prospective opportunities and dynamic changes in order to embrace greater opportunities.
The symposium is open to the public and is free of charge. Online registration is required. Seats are limited, and reserve yours now at www.cie-dfw.org. Registration is required.
Below is the detail of the keynotes:
Mark Carpenter (Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, ONCOR)
A Few of Life’s Lessons Learned Along the Way (What I wish I had know earlier)
Abstract – Effective leadership in today’s complex business environment is more critical than ever before. Mark will discuss a series of short truths about: 1) continual improvement, 2) planning your life and conducting your plan, 3) keeping things in perspective, 4) how to treat others, 5) communications, and 5) ensuring job security.
Mindy Tobolowsky (Human Resources Business Manager, Texas Instruments)
What got you here, won’t get you there: Accelerating the journey and building your brand.
Abstract: You’ve all worked hard to get to where you are today, but the rules change once you begin your professional career and they never stop changing. This presentation will give you insight into some tips and tricks to help accelerate your journey, make you memorable (in a positive way), and help you connect your way to the top.
The panelists include:
– Urvi Bhandari, Director, AT&T
– Ke Bi, Head of Project Delivery, Nokia Siemens Network
– Bruce Lin, Senior Technical Program Manager, IBM
– Debra Wawro, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Scientist, Resonant Sensors Incorporated