Working From Home Webinar – Today at 1PM

Seven Pitfalls of Working from Home and How to Avoid Them

Wednesday, April 1 at 1 p.m.

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As a classes and co-op begin, the world of work looks different. You may be taking classes from home, waiting for your employer to re-open their doors, or experiencing what’s it like to work from home for the first time. Penny Zenker ’92, productivity expert and strategic business coach, has generously offered to share tips to help you have more control in your work from home routine and reduce stress to  stay on track.

We hope you’ll join the Steinbright Career Development Center and Drexel Alumni Relations in welcoming Zenker.  You’ll leave a better prepared, proactive, and positive employee and student.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Penny Zenker is an international speaker, business strategy coach and best-selling author. Before her 31st birthday, Penny founded, developed and sold her first multi-million dollar business while living in Zurich, Switzerland. Later at the world’s fourth-largest market research company, she managed business unit turnarounds and was a Tony Robbins business coach helping entrepreneurs around the world to double their businesses.

Zenker is one of America’s leading experts in the psychology of productivity to eliminate distraction, perfectionism and self-sabotage to maximize results in every area of your life. Her book, “The Productivity Zone,” was an instant Amazon Best Seller and her TEDx, The Energy of Thought, has gained attention around the world. Her engaging, inspiring interactive talks and workshops teach people to think and act more strategically. Zenker has been featured on NBC News, Forbes, Inc, ESPN and Wharton Business Radio among others.

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