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Winning in the Work World™ (W3)
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Stephen’s professional career spans over 25 years in Fortune 500 companies, such as PepsiCo Restaurants International and Motorola. He also played pivotal roles as the Chief Learning Officer of Starbucks Coffee Company, and the Vice President of YUM University and Global Learning. He is also the author of five insightful and inspirational books, including his latest “You’re Hired – Now What Do You Do?”, the ultimate playbook to learning the rules and winning in any organization.
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Years of Winning in the Work World™
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All of us aspire to have a meaningful and rewarding career. Whether you are embarking on your first job or working now — you have it in you to achieve this career goal easily. SPACE
Key decision-makers, leaders, and executives in a global work world — you can stand out in your organization and global arena by developing a global mindset and relevant critical skills.
The benefit I found in this program is the enhancement of leadership skills among students for their future workplace. This program aims to develop and create leader-type students that are equipped with proper ethics and responsibilities, and is helpful to students as a stepping stone towards a better and successful future.
Being a graduating college student, the course was really helpful to me since it equipped me real well to face the working world. What I found the most beneficial was where they discussed the topics you can use when you’re in a social event. As an introvert, it was really helpful for me since I don’t know how to make small talks.
This is the most significant accomplishment in my extracurricular activities because I learned the foundational skills and mindset competencies that will give a competitive edge before I enter the labor market, understand the expectations of my future workplace/company, and how to retain my position.