Presenter: Patty Azzarello

What can this Silicon Valley executive tell you about becoming a great leader, developing your network, succeeding without wasting time, and managing trade-offs between your work and life? A lot! Azzarello became the youngest general manager at Hewlett-Packard at age thirty-three, ran a $1 billion software business at thirty-five, and became a CEO at thirty-eight, all without turning into a self-centered, miserable jerk!  She knows what upper management is looking for, as how to help you advance your career, and will share insider secrets – previously only known in the corporate suite.

You will walk away with three practical steps to rocket your advancing career to the next level.

1. Do Better: Set Ruthless Priorities, work and lead more strategically, and deal with frustrating obstacles and stupid people

2. Look Better: Build your credibility with the people who can help (or blacklist) you

3. Connect Better: Develop your network without being political. Get on “the list” of people who get the best opportunities
Join Patty to get your inside look at what management is expecting of you–perfect for those who want to break through the glass ceiling and advance your career.

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