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November 2009
LSB Alumni Relations Events
Networking and Panel at Polycom Executive Center
Tuesday, November 3

Space is filling quickly for the Polycom reception and panel event in November. Visit the RSVP site for more information and to reserve your seat >>>

What's coming up?

41st Annual Crab Feast : Friday, January 29, 2010

Economic Forecast with Mario Belotti
February 2, 2010 at Santa Clara University
Week of February 8 in San Francisco

Look for more details in the next issues of Leavey Link

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Using Social Media to Network and Find a Job
Wednesday, November 4
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Mission Room, Benson Center Lower Level
Representatives from Affinity Circles (SCU's inCircle), Facebook, and LinkedIn talk about using these tools effectively for your job search. An employer panel will tell how companies use these sites to find and screen applicants. Follow up with Q&A and networking with fellow students, alumni, and panelists. Take a look >>>
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Your newsletter has a new name...

...thanks to Lisa Fedeli '92 (BSC Finance), who participated in our Facebook / LinkedIn "Name the Newsletter" contest. Among the nearly 150 entries from undergraduate and graduate Leavey alumni, Leavey Link seemed to encapsulate the notion of connecting Leavey School alumni with the School and each other. Lisa's new iPod is on its way to her. 

Be sure you are a member of our social networks, as more contests, games, and special postings for our Facebook, inCircle, and LinkedIn friends are coming soon. To find out more about our social networks, visit our Connections webpage >>>

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Refresh Your Skills
Professional development from the Executive Development Center
Try out some 'bite-sized' management development programs offered through the SCU Executive Development Center of the Leavey School of Business. Whether you come from a large Silicon Valley-based corporation or are part of a small, entrepreneurial business, you will find our programs hit the mark. EDC programs are relevant and timely - and are designed to enhance and refresh your strengths as a manager and leader. Build your own custom curriculum with the wide selection offered.

Performance Reviews : Moving from Painful to Productive
November 3, 2009
Managers Beware: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
November 4, 2009
Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again: How to Deal with the "New Normal" Organization
November 22, 2009
Achieving Sustainabilty with Green IT -- A Comprehensive Overview
November 18, 2009
Taking the  Waste Out of Work
December 1, 2009
Finance and Financial Reporting for Non-Financial Managers
December 15-16, 2009

Reserve your place now. Review the EDC calendar here >>>




 

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