Career Development: Navigating Uncertainty in Tech Careers
Join HBS Executive and Career Coach, Anne Marie Checcone (HBS MBA '04), for a discussion and workshop aimed at early to mid-career* alumni navigating today’s challenges in the tech sector. In this workshop, we will discuss what we know about recent layoffs and how to assess your future career path in the current tech climate. This is a working session format, so come ready to share your current situation and near-term career goals with fellow business school alumni who are facing a similar inflection point. Whether you are actively looking for your next job or in the early stages of considering a change, this program will provide you with a framework and supporting resources to make the right, next career decision.
Given this is a workshop that requires attendee participation, we ask that attendees commit to staying through the end of the program. This is a space limited event.
Networking and light refreshments will follow! Alumni from Harvard University, Stanford GSB, and UPenn/Wharton have also been invited.
RSVP Registration: https://hbssea-tech.eventbrite.com/
* This event is geared towards alumni with <15 years work experience. HBS Club of Seattle will offer a later stage career workshop in the fall.
About Anne Marie Checcone
Anne Marie is an Executive and Career Coach at Harvard Business School and Founder of Brass Ring Advisory. She has held senior product management leadership positions at Meta, Amazon Web Services and several early stage B2B software companies where she developed a specialization in zero-to-one product launch, go-to-market, and monetization. Over the course of her career, Anne Marie has also held senior leadership positions in business development and general management, leading teams both in the US and abroad. Prior to technology, Anne Marie has a background in management consulting and investment banking. Anne Marie holds a Masters of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Johns Hopkins University. She lives with her family in Seattle, Washington.