July 14, 2017

Get your questions about professional etiquette answered at our 20 July webinar

Posted by AGU Career Center

Professional Etiquette: Do’s and Don’t’s

Have you ever wondered how your etiquette impacts your career prospects?  Whether or not you notice it, your workplace demeanor can play a big part of your career.  Learn how to let it make a positive impact by tuning into AGU Webinars on Thursday, 20 July at 2PM ET.

Special guest Patricia Simpson will provide advice on how to put your best foot forward by making sure that you are presenting yourself in a professional way. Patricia is the Owner/Consultant of Game Changing Etiquette and the Director of Academic Advising and Career Services for the School of Chemical Sciences at the University of Illinois.  She has worked in higher education for 20 years and has been presenting etiquette dinners and workshops to corporations, universities, and civic groups for over 10 years.  A certified etiquette consultant through The Etiquette Institute® in St. Louis, MO, Patricia believes that using proper etiquette can change the game for you!

Do you have questions about professional etiquette that you want answered?  At the end of the presentation, we will have a Q & A session, so have your questions ready.  If you can’t make the webinar, you can always submit your questions to [email protected].

Other Upcoming Webinars

Attention, Game of Thrones fans!  A webinar is coming.  AGU is excited to announce not one, but two upcoming special webinars discussing geology and Game of Thrones.

27 July: Geology and Game of Thrones, Part 1

Special guest Miles Traer will discuss his “A Geologic Map of Game of Thrones” and talk about how using pop culture as a vehicle can be an effective way to communicate your science. Register today for this 27 July, 2PM EST webinar.

3 August: Geology and Game of Thrones Part 2

Special guest Preston Jacobs of Rereading Ice, Rethinking Fire will explore how geology has impacted events in the Game of Thrones series and how it may continue to affect the plot.  The webinar will be on Thursday, 3 August, at 2PM EST.  Register now for this webinar.