Archive for March, 2010

SGES participating in Pace University’s Coaching Clinic

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Susan Goldberg will be participating as a coach on the early evening of April 13, 2010 in Pace University’s Coaching clinic.  There will be two sessions that day: one for undergraduate students and alumni and an earlier session for gradute students and alumni.  The event is hosted by Pace’s Career Services at the New York City campus. For additional information, please visit .

Susan Goldberg to speak about “Interviewing Secrets” at Carole Hyatt’s Networking Salon

Friday, March 12th, 2010

On Wednesday, March 24th, at 5:30 at 7 West 81st Street in Manhattan, Susan will be conducting a class on interviewing tips, presented on behalf of Carole Hyatt’s networking group and The Leadership Forum.  The discussion will be interactive and will help attendees prepare for their next business development meeting or interview.  It will include learning interviewer’s alternative methods of screening potential hires, as well as common sense tips, and reminders for preparation before a meeting.  Also, included in the presentation, are comments about trends in interviewing; these current trends are a direct response to the tight job market and are geared toward finding the best potential fit for an organization.

Susan Goldberg’s article “Business Lessons Made Easy to Digest by “Alice in Wonderland” “published in this week’s “Woman Around Town”

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

The article coinciding with the release of the new Tim Burton movie, “Alice in Wonderland”  was published in the weekly newsletter, Woman Around Town.  The creative piece was Susan Goldberg’s business-oriented idea for the newsletter’s special “Alice” theme; her purpose was to present positive and motivational business lessons with illustrations from a quintessential example of English literature.  Using The Rabbit character’s obsession with maintaining a strict schedule in the Lewis Carroll story,  and the last point made in the article, “Make sure you make time for fun in your work-life”, she took the time to have fun, quickly summarizing some lessons gathered from reading the story, and then returned to meetings and emails as usual.  You can read the short written piece at