Building Personal Power: November 29

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11/19/2012

Building Personal Power: November 29


You’ve heard the phrase: it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.

It’s true.

Social capital – the resources available to you through your networks – can help you get ahead.

University of the Rockies will explore the importance of social capital and offer ways to maximize it during a free professional development seminar on Thursday, Nov. 29. This informative and interactive session begins at noon and includes lunch and the opportunity for participants to practice their networking skills.

Seminar attendees, led by Dr. David Solly, core faculty member in University of the Rockies’ School of Professional Psychology, will learn:

1. The importance of networking as it relates to building your personal power
2. How to choose events to enhance your career and business
3. Strategies for building your social capital

There is no cost to attend this event. Space is limited, so an RSVP is required by Nov. 26. Respond by phone to 866.442.0808.

About University of the Rockies
University of the Rockies is an advanced graduate institution for tomorrow’s thought leaders. The University provides an intimate and dynamic learning environment, offering highly specialized master’s and doctoral degree programs in the social and behavioral sciences, access to industry experts, campus clinical programs for practical experience, and research and publishing opportunities. University of the Rockies is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association (www.ncahlc.org). Small by design, University of the Rockies classes are presented in a progressive online format and at its Colorado Springs, Colorado, campus. For more information, please visit www.rockies.edu or call Shari Rodriguez, associate vice president of Public Relations, at 866.621.0124 x2513.

About Dr. David Solly
David Solly is a core faculty member at the University of the Rockies. Previously, he maintained a private practice and served as president and senior executive consultant at Peak Organomics, a management consulting firm. His work has included leadership development, executive coaching, organizational development, and change management consulting. His areas of research include job satisfaction and job involve¬ment, organizational climate, career management, and organizational change management. Dr. Solly holds a bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University, a master’s degree and post-graduate training from Radford University, and a doctorate from Virginia Tech.

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