Turning Adversity into Opportunity: Career Planning in the COVID-19 Economy

Presented on: February 24th at 12:00 PM EST



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Being nimble is key to survival in today's economy. COVID-19 has created numerous job losses, extreme difficulty for those looking to re-enter the job market and a shrinkage of advancement opportunities for those who are employed. Job seekers need to re-invent themselves to change with the uncertain times. Our featured speaker will share how you can shift your mindset and behaviors to create your next opportunity.

About Our Speaker
Bruce Freeman – a self-confessed "entrepreneur by necessity" – founded Proline Communications, a public relations and marketing business, after being fired in 1992 from a management position at a major publishing firm. Proline's clients included ViewSonic, Brother, TMS Sequoia and Apricorn. He's an award-winning syndicated columnist, earning the U.S. Small Business Administration's "Journalist of the Year Award" for his column, "The Small Business Professor." Freeman co-wrote Birthing the Elephant (Penguin Random House, 2009), a book about female entrepreneurs. He frequently speaks at business events and universities. Currently, Freeman is a professor at the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. See more at BruceFreemanSpeaks.com.