Audencia webinar on avoiding and recovering from career derailment

  • Career Center
  • Le 13 novembre 2020

Audencia's Career Centre continues its partnership with Sensible Media in the UK to bring a series of webinars to alumni and students.
Starting on 18 November, the first webinar of the season will focus on avoiding and recovering from career derailment. 

More than 50% of professionals experience career derailment at some point: being fired, demoted, or told we are unpromotable.  In this webinar Carter Cast (Professor of Entrepreneurship at Kellogg School of Management) will share his research on why derailment happens, how to avoid it, and how to recover if it does. A standard tenet of career advice is to “know your strengths”.  Much less focus is put on helping us diagnose our weaknesses. Very often it is these lingering blind spots and skill gaps that trip us up when we are confronted by a new work environment or a new challenge to surmount.

Audencia is delighted to offer free tickets for alumni and students for this live webinar from 19:30 to 20:30 (Paris time) on Wednesday 18 November.

There are 100 free tickets for Audencia's alumni and students
(use code "audstudent" if ticket does not show)

Carter Cast is the author of The Right (and Wrong) Stuff: How Brilliant Careers are Made - and Unmade. Carter is an award-winning professor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management where he teaches entrepreneurship, leadership and marketing. Starting his career as a marketing manager at PepsiCo, he moved on to Electronic Arts before becoming founding chief marketing officer of Blue Nile, the leading online diamond seller. Carter later went to Walmart, where he became the CEO of, leading the division to become the third highest volume retailer behind Amazon and eBay.


All participants receive

  • Access to the webinar and the chance to ask questions live
  • Catch-up recording of the webinar
  • bonus materials resource pack including slides and support materials.
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