Meaningful relationships are a must-have to sustain and further your career. A network built on reciprocity, depth, and trust isn’t merely helpful to your career growth; it is absolutely necessary. Your skills, work ethic, education, lived experience, passions—all these will only achieve their full potential when paired with meaningful relationships.
Join us while Michael Urtuzuástegui Melcher, internationally acclaimed executive coach and author (and fellow Harvard alum), discusses the steps to building and leveraging a network that will transform your career—in just 20 minutes a day, and while still being human
“Relationships are a form of wealth that is under your control. You can build this wealth even if you start with nothing. And once you have it, no one can take it away.”
— from Your Invisible Network
Participants must register by Noon on April 17th to receive details on joining the discussion. The Zoom link will be sent out 24 hours before the event.
Please note that no refunds will be issued.
Global leadership coach; author, "The Creative Lawyer"; NPR guest contributor
Michael Urtuzuástegui Melcher is an internationally known executive coach and leadership expert. Over the past 20 years, he has helped senior executives, entrepreneurs, attorneys, investment bankers, White House appointees, tech wizards, healthcare leaders, community activists, board chairs, parents returning to the workforce, and young people just starting out. He has delivered hundreds of keynotes and workshops, including at Camp David, Google, and leading universities around the United States, and in a dozen countries on five continents.
Melcher attended public schools before earning a BA from Harvard and a JD/MBA from Stanford. He was raised by a Mexican American single mother who was the first Hispanic woman in America to earn a doctorate in accounting. He is a gay dad and lives in Manhattan with his twin sons, Nicolás and Mateo.
Founder and Executive Coach, Sierra Executive Advisory
Madelyn Sierra is an executive coach and leadership development consultant. She helps clients identify how their skills and behaviors support or hinder their business’ strategic objectives. She coaches them to develop high-performing teams, lead others effectively, manage career transitions and widen their network and sphere of influence. Her clients include executives in companies ranging from start-ups to global corporations in technology, media, financial services, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, healthcare, manufacturing and non-profit.
Madelyn has a Harvard MBA. She lives in Manhattan.
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