Mentoring Workshops

2017 Mentoring Workshops

We are expanding the programming of the mentoring program beyond the individually matched mentoring pairs to help bring more programming and content to the mentee level of our membership. We will host two mentoring workshops focusing on networking both lead by our very own Karen Williams. The first mentoring workshop will be an interactive workshop on creating an elevator pitch and the second mentoring workshop will be on effective networking.

Mentoring Workshop:  Networking for Success!

When: July 19, 2017 6:00pm-8:00pm
Pricing: Free, for WICT members
Non-members $15
Location: Maggiano’s 189 The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Presented by Karen Williams

Pricing: Free, for WICT members
non-members: $15

2017 WICT Networking For Success!



NETWORKING FOR SUCCESS!

Networking is a critical skill for career success, but finding the time and confidence to make it happen is not always easy.  Join other industry professionals in a relaxed and comfortable workshop designed to help you become a skilled networker.

Karen Williams is a seasoned media executive with diverse experience in both the private sector and academia. Most recently Karen served as Executive Director for the UCLA Anderson School of Management Center for Management of Enterprise in Media, Entertainment & Sports. In this role Karen led the strategic oversight, management, and implementation of fundraising, student events, industry conferences, and research initiatives. Prior to joining UCLA Anderson School of Management, Karen spent twenty years in senior media and marketing roles working for blue chip companies including Disney-ABC, Time Warner, Hearst, and Johnson & Johnson.

 

Mentoring Workshop: Create a Winning Elevator Pitch 

When: May 11, 2017 6pm-8pm
Where: West Hollywood Library in the Library Community Meeting Room
625 N San Vicente Blvd,  West Hollywood, CA 90069  
Presented by Karen Williams



CREATING A WINNING ELEVATOR PITCH!

Have you ever been in a job interview, at a networking event, or a conference and you are asked the infamous “Tell Me About Yourself” question.   This situation is unavoidable so you want to make sure you have a concise, carefully planned 30-60-second elevator pitch that communicates your professional story and highlights your strengths, experiences, and expertise. In this interactive workshop you will create your own elevator pitch and practice delivering your pitch in a supportive, comfortable environment.