Authenticity, Corporate Pressures, and Values-Based Careering. You have worked arduously over many years to achieve your career success. Now you’re a true executive. With all the well deserved perks and pleasures. A lovely home in a prestigious part of town. The respect of your peers. And admiration from those who know they will never quite make the grade. But…have you arrived yet?
Please join Mark Swartz at ExecuNet on May 28th for a provocative discussion on the shifting nature of success. In a world where more is demanded of you every day, the costs of maintaining your status are rising. What effect is this having on your ability to be true to your values? How is the pressure to keep up affecting your physical and emotional health? Join the conversation and see what your peers are saying on these vitally important matters.
About the Speaker
Mark Swartz is a leading career and worklife specialist. His advice is read by millions yearly as the Workopolis.com National Career Advisor. He has written a number of books including the best-seller “Get Wired, You’re Hired,” and has had his own ongoing columns in the Toronto Star and on Sympatico.ca. Professionally, Mark has worked in business, government, academia and consulting. His corporate experience includes marketing and strategic planning for such companies as The Royal Bank and Kodak. He also served for several years as a university professor in Business Communication. Then on to seven years as a consultant with one of the world’s leading career transition firms, Drake Beam Morin, which led to his private practice as a coach, writer and speaker. Mark has a B.A. from the University of Western Ontario, an M.B.A. from York U. and a Masters in Education from U of T’s OISE.