HCC Dale Mabry hosts Jullien "The Innerviewer" Gordon: “The Other 4.0 That Really Matters.”

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07 February 2013
Jullien Gordon invites you to check out the 4.0 that really matters | Video

Jullien Gordon invites you to check out the 4.0 that really matters | Video

Jullien "The Innerviewer" Gordon is coming to HCC Dale Mabry--hear a sneak peak of what's in store!

Jullien “The Innerviewer” Gordon comes to HCC Dale Mabry to engage students with a motivational discussion entitled “The Other 4.0 That Really Matters: Personal, Intellectual, Social, & Financial Capital.” 


Tampa, FL--Jullien is a high performance coach and consultant for organizations, individuals, and teams that want to increase employee performance, motivation, engagement, and retention. The event takes begins at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, February 20, 2013  at Hillsborough Community College Dale Mabry Campus, 4001 W. Tampa Bay Blvd. Tampa, Florida 33614. DLRC 106.

The event is hosted by the Honors Institute, and sponsored by the Dale Mabry Campus Student Government Association.
Based on Jullien’s TED Talk and book 101 Things To Do Before You Graduate, this 90 minute presentation empowers college students to maximize college and minimize debt. Jullien teaches students how he graduated from UCLA in 3 years and built his personal, intellectual, social, financial capital. Jullien will help students get clear on why they are really in college and how to use this 4 year experience to position themselves for their 40 year career.

As a Founding Partner at New Higher, his consulting work has helped Fortune 100 companies and other organizations align their human capital strategies to engage, motivate, and retain high performers and his speeches and trainings have helped over 10,000 professionals discover more ways to create value, be present, and find meaning at work. His inquiry-based “innerviewing” technique and tools help professionals fully align what they do with who they are so they can make their highest unique contribution at work and in the world.

Jullien is also the author of five books on career advancement, finding purpose, goal achievement, and closing the college-to-career gap to help young professional discover their life’s work and make their highest contribution to the world and through their daily work. He was trained at the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he focused on organizational behavior, high performance leadership, strategy, and entrepreneurship.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013
7:00 pm
DLRC 106



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