Please join us for a unique opportunity to participate in an interactive workshop lead by Carnegie Mellon alumni Seung Chan Lim aka “Slim” (SCS 1999) as he introduces how empathy can result in a happier workplace and enable CEO’s and other executives to create a local, national or global support system. When: June 15 7-9 p.m. CT Where: Zoom. Link provided in confirmation email. Questions? Contact: Amy Cheng Park at firstname.lastname@example.org
Slim is an Executive Performance Coach and works with Founder CEO’s and other executives in helping them traverse the challenges of being a manager and creating a work environment that is optimized for success. This will be a 2-hour virtual / Zoom session in which participants will not only meet like-minded peers but will also be able to engage in exercises Slim uses with his clients and start creating their own network. As an executive performance coach, Slim supports Founders on the isolating journey of innovation to break through the barriers standing in their way of becoming the kind of CEO they wish to be to take their organization to the next level. He has coached over 100 founders through Singularity University, Techstars, SAP, and Google. Prior to coaching founder-CEOs, Slim spent the first half of his 22-year career helping Fortune 500 companies and the Department of Defense design innovative high-tech products & services. Innovations he has helped produce have won numerous awards including the CES Innovation award.