Thought Leaders Symposium Spotlight – Zach Mercurio

Zach Mercurio – How Purpose is Transforming Work and Careers 

Powerful research continues to find that college students are overwhelmingly searching for purpose and meaning above all else when considering a career. And, in response, workplaces are taking on purpose-driven approaches to both engage and promote new employees and foster commitment among their stakeholder communities. Knowing how purpose works, how to engage students in purpose discovery, and how to prepare students to lead in a purpose-driven economy will be critical skills for the coming decades.

Here’s a little bit about Zach…

After spending a decade working in student services in higher education, Zach is now an international speaker and purpose and meaningful work consultant. He is the author of “The Invisible Leader: Transform Your Life Work, and Organization with the Power of Authentic Purpose” and is the founder of the popular blog on purposeful leadership, PurposeSpeaks.com. He is completing his Ph.D. in Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change at Colorado State University where he researches meaningful work and is an Adjunct Faculty member. Zach is also the Vice President of the Foundation for Purposeful Organizations, a nonprofit dedicated to educating people on purposeful leadership.

We hope you will join us for this engaging and timely conversation with Zach!

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We have assembled an AMAZING line-up of Career Focused Thought Leaders from across the country for this one-day event!

On January 12, 2018, Intern Bridge is proud to present the 2018 Career Services Thought Leaders Symposium.  This one-day symposium is the premier professional learning and sharing event in North America for college & university career centers.  Each session is focused on cutting-edge topics impacting the career services industry.

As our dynamic career services profession evolves over time, we need actionable advice to drive systemic change from thought leaders in our field.  We also need to prepare for disruptive trends that can help us deliver results on our campus.

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