Being deliberate in your career can be a challenge. We’re all busy actually DOING our jobs, rather than focusing on how to manage our careers in the future. Whether you are looking to move into the executive ranks, transition to a peripheral career field, or just feel less stress as you maneuver from one role to another, there are a few things you can do to make it all a bit more intentional.
This month’s NIRI Seattle Chapter Meeting is career-focused and will feature Executive Recruiter and Career Coach Angee Linsey, Managing Director of Linsey Careers, a firm that specializes in working with marketing and communications professionals. In addition to creating key messages to tell your own story, she’ll provide some excellent ways to have meaningful conversations with your boss, your mentors, and your network so that you can be more deliberate in the roles you pursue.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time
Please RSVP by Tuesday, April 17, 2018
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About the Speaker:
Angee Linsey, Managing Director, Linsey Careers
Angee Linsey leads Linsey Careers, an executive recruiting firm that specializes in marketing and communications search. She brings nearly 20 years recruiting experience across a variety of industries nationwide. Prior to recruitment, Angee was an award-winning PR and corporate communications professional in corporate, agency and military environments. She has held communications leadership roles where she advised the most senior executives on communicating critical issues both internally and externally. A dynamic speaker and contributor to global professional publications and websites, Angee also provides career services workshops and coaching to communications and marketing professionals. She has spoken at numerous international events including the Microsoft Worldwide Partners Conference, IABC Worldwide Conferences, PRSA International Conferences and several local marketing and communications events. She also teaches workshops and provides career coaching to students of the University of Washington Communications Leadership programs. Angee earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the prestigious School of Journalism at the University of Missouri, and a Master of Arts degree in Career Development.