Registrations closedâ€”all places have been filled!
The University of Auckland IEEE Student Branch, jointly with IEEE Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) New Zealand North, proudly present a Leadership Workshop, to be held Thursday 24 June at 6pm, specifically targeted to students and young professionals in fields related to electrical, electronic and computer engineering.
Overview and Biography
Good leaders are not just born, but they are made. The first step to becoming a good leader is to learn from othersâ€™ experience to see how you can improve your own skills. This workshop provides an excellent opportunity to take this first step towards better leadership. Todayâ€™s employers value leadership skills extremely highly, and so attending this intensive workshop would be a great addition to your CV.
This workshop will be conducted by Loreen Ozolins, who has over 20 years of leadership experience in the technology, retail and customer service sectors including microelectronics, banking, aerospace, energy, airlines, telecommunications, pulp and paper and fast moving consumer goods. Loreen specializes in expert delivery of large and complex strategic programs with significant change management components, in particular for the Senior Executive Management level. She is both flexible and innovative in her approach to managing multi-vendor environments, with specialist expertise in aligning and mobilizing large cross-functional teams.
Date: Thursday 24 June
Time: 6pm (expect to finish around 9:30pm to 10pm)
Venue: TBC (it will be somewhere in the University of Auckland)
Note: This workshop is open to IEEE members onlyâ€”but it’s not too late to join (see below)
Registrations for this event have now closed: all places have been filled.
Please register by Thursday 17 June, by e-mailing these details to us at email@example.com:
IEEE Member No.: (if you signed up with us earlier this year and don’t yet know this, just say so)
Exams in the way? Don’t worryâ€”there’ll be another one in September/October, so if your exams don’t finish before this one (or you can’t make this one for any other reason) you won’t miss out!
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