The last Thursday of every month, PCDNetwork hosts a webinar dedicated to the topic of the month. Click for more info here on our amazing year of events.
May’s Webinar will focus on the key issue of You got the job offer now what? The session will address everything from deciding whether to accept the offer, to how to best negotiate a salary, to how make your first few months in a new job a success.
All too often people don’t take time to think through if a job offer is the right match before saying yes or no, while successful salary negotiations can make a huge difference over the course of one’s career. Join three leading experts who will share their insights based on their personal successes (and lessons from failure as well) as well as their interactions with hundreds of employers. There will also be ample time for open discussion with the webinar participants.
See our May Career blog series postings on this topic for more resources.
The event is free to everyone, we have limited space so reserve here and share with others. The session will take place on the Zoom webinar platform. Participants will be provided with the login info prior to the event.
When: May 25, 2017
Time: 2 pm EST*
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Our speakers include:
Dr. Craig Zelizer, CEO/Founder PCDN. Craig is the Founder and CEO of PCDN, the go-to hub for global social change (pcdnetwork.org). From 2005 to 2016 he served as professor the Conflict Resolution program at Georgetown University before stepping down in June 2016 to work on PCDN full time. Craig has dedicated his life to being an entrepreneur and to creating a more peaceful world. Before creating PCDN, he also helped to co-found two NGOs – the Alliance for Conflict Transformation and the TEAM foundation in Hungary. He has led trainings, workshops and consultancies in over 20 countries organizations including with USIP, USAID, CRS, Rotary International and others. Craig is a recognized leader in the social sector field. He spent two years in Hungary as Fulbright Scholar and was a Boren Fellow in Bosnia.