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Whether you’re making a career change internally or at a new company, starting a new position can be daunting. Conventional wisdom suggests that the first three months in a new position are critical to ensure long-term success. Jointly presented by Columbia Business School and London Business School, you’ll learn how to avoid bad patterns, how to make a strong first impression, and how to keep your network process active after the job search.
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Annette Minihan leads the Career Management Programme for the Sloan Masters at The London Business School, where she lectures and coaches business leaders on making strategic career choices. A qualified Executive Coach and former in-house Corporate Recruiter, Annette works with Executives to help them define and identify, the right role, in the right organisation, at the right time. Prior to joining LBS, Annette spent 20 years in Financial Services, where she was responsible for Talent Acquisition across Europe, Asia, Africa and South America. She worked in-house at Merrill Lynch, Societe Generale and Standard Bank.
Thomas Monaco is the Executive Director for Experienced Professionals Career Management at Columbia Business School’s Career Management Center. Tom manages the team that provides career services to the Business School Alumni and EMBA students. He oversees the development of career education programs, online resources, and conducts one-on-one career advising and executive coaching meetings with working professionals. Prior to joining Columbia Business School in August 1996, Tom worked in accounting and finance at Ernst & Young and Bear Stearns Mortgage Capital Corporation.