Young Professionals “HR Panel and Networking Event”
``From Entry Level to CEO - How to Continue Moving Up the OrgChart``
On February 22, the US-Russia Chamber of Commerce (“USRCC”) hosted its HR Panel and Networking Event “From Entry Level to CEO – How to Continue Moving Up the OrgChart”. The event was organized by the USRCC Young Professionals Committee and took place at the University of Houston.
The keynote presentation was made by Dr. Suryanarayanan Radhakrishnan, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Houston, Bauer College of Business, Managing Director, UH Energy who shared his thoughts and expertise on what are the key skills and traits an employee must develop in order to transform into a leader.
Testimonial by the panelist Alexandria Uribe, Global Talent Manager, Mining & Minerals, Automation & Controls, Technology & Consulting Business Lines, Wood plc:
“I had the pleasure of serving as one of the panelist at the USRCC’s “HR Panel and Networking Event “From Entry Level to CEO – How to continue moving up the OrgChart”. It was such a wonderful opportunity for HR Practitioners to share real world experiences with such a diverse audience and in return, gain insights into their questions and perspectives. As an HR leader, I regularly seek out opportunities to network with emerging talent and I found this event to be an exceptional platform for knowledge sharing and collaboration. I have to thank Maryna Solodka, General Manager USRCC, personally for recommending me to participate as a panelist and the entire USRCC team for organizing such a unique and effective networking event”.
“I would like to express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to U.S. – Russia Chamber of Commerce for organizing such fantastic and successful event. I was impressed by all of the prominent motivational speakers, and personally learned a lot from them. Great ambience, tremendous learnings, and great interaction showed how well-planned the event was. It has been a privilege to be a part of this event along with all the other people attended there”.