Ask a Coach: Connect the Dots, Advance Your Career With Networking

Friday, April 27, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jamie Latiano, Founder and Executive Coach, Catalyst Strategy Solutions

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When attending a major conference like ATD 2018, it can be daunting to meet new people outside your company. But meeting new colleagues and networking is an important part of developing your career and moving ahead. In this highly interactive Ask a Coach webcast, expert executive and leadership coach Jamie Latiano discusses how to create a strategy for networking at conferences while building a sustainable network throughout your career. She will take your questions on the best tactics to help prepare you for the networking event of the year. 


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Jamie Latiano
Jamie Latiano

Founder and Executive Coach, Catalyst Strategy Solutions

Jamie Latiano Jacobs is known as an entrepreneurial business advisor, executive coach, and impactful organizational consultant. Through her company, Catalyst Strategy Solutions, Jamie partners with entrepreneurs and executive teams to build strategic people roadmaps, meaningful cultures, and the HR/People teams that can help deliver them.

Jamie has worked with start ups to global organizations of over 80,000 employees, such as
Renovate America, Thales, Ingram Micro, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Ingersoll Rand, and Quantum Corporation. She specializes in high growth, M&A activities, cultural transformations, led enterprise scale projects and has been recognized for developing top caliber people operations teams.

Jamie is a leader within the human resources community, is active on multiple Boards of Directors, is certified as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation and is a Hudson Institute Certified Coach.

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