Join Michael Melcher, author and executive coach, for an interactive discussion where he will share insights and practical tools from his book, Your Invisible Network, and from his years coaching leaders of all backgrounds.
Some of the topics to be discussed include:
- Why competence is necessary but not sufficient to achieve your career potential
- How relationships are a kind of wealth that is under your control
- The 7 types of relationships you need for your career, and what it means to build a relationship portfolio
- How to reach out, what to do when people don’t respond, and the value of the “ping”
- “Minute 32”—and the unpredictable ways that conversations unfold
- Why discomfort is inevitable and something to manage rather than something to be afraid of
- Fitting this into your life as it is right now—in 20 minutes a day.
No matter what career stage you’re in, it’s time to reevaluate your network and equip yourself with the tools to boost its power—your secret weapon for career success.
To register for CLE credit:
- Go to https://www.amazon.com/Your-Invisible-Network-Relationships-Transform-ebook/dp/B0B5SPNGCZ/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=to to purchase the Kindle or hard copy version of the course materials “Your Invisible Network: How to Create, Maintain and Leverage the Relationships That Will Transform Your Career”
- Affirm that you have purchased the course materials
- Checkout and Register for Program
About the Speaker Michael Urtuzuástegui Melcher is an internationally known
executive coach and leadership expert. Over the past 20 years, he has helped senior executives,
entrepreneurs, attorneys, investment bankers, White House appointees, tech wizards, healthcare leaders, community activists, board chairs, parents returning to the workforce, and young people just starting out. He has delivered hundreds of keynotes and workshops, including at Camp David, Google, and leading universities around the United States, and in a dozen countries on five continents. Melcher attended public schools before earning a BA from Harvard and a JD/MBA from Stanford. He was raised by a Mexican American single mother who was the first Hispanic woman in America to earn a doctorate in accounting. He is a gay dad and lives in Manhattan with his twin sons, icolás and Mateo.