SUNY Oswego is fortunate to bring two highly-accomplished professionals to campus to discuss the art (and science) of salary negotiation. They will help participants understand their market value and offer strategies to negotiate for a higher benefits package going in the door. Their bio’s speak for themselves - please join us for this hands-on, 90 minute workshop that will literally pay off!
Lisa Brown has extensive experience in business management, leadership and human resources. With degrees from Bucknell University and Binghamton University, and 20+ years of business experience, she has had a successful and fast-tracked career in high level management with large and small companies. From the VP for Crowley Foods (and their Chief Labor Contract Negotiator) to VP of Human Resources for IMR Text Labs to launching two start-up labs in Asia. Lisa left the corporate world 2 years ago to devote more time to writing and her own business model - providing consulting services to companies and individuals.
Joe Spring combines technical and business expertise that derive from an engineering degree from Virginia Tech and an MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth. His education, experience and leadership skills propelled him to the executive ranks at each of the firms he served. Over his career, Joe has evaluated foreign markets and established and led enterprises in the US, Europe, and Asia. Born in Thailand, he is no stranger to travel - he served as a business leader in Germany, Hungary, and Singapore, founded a lab in China, and has held such positions as Controller, VP Sales and Marketing, General Manager, President, COO, and CEO at public and private firms such as Corning, Curtiss-Wright, BMC, IMR Test Labs, and Vergason Technology in the United States. Throughout his career Joe has interviewed, negotiated with, and hired hundreds of employees from scores of different cultures, nationalities, and skill levels
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Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Marano Campus Center, Room 114
Marano Campus Center, 7060 NY-104, Oswego, NY 13126, USA