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We often get caught up in our day-to-day tasks, to-do lists, and other action items. With this everyday whirlwind, we often lose sight of ourselves professionally — our strengths, goals, company mission and vision — the big picture. In this methodical, impactful, and dynamic webinar by Gladys Kong, CEO of UberMedia, she’ll teach you ways to rediscover your own strengths and how to apply them to your company’s initiatives. By taking a look at your own work and recognizing your past achievements, Gladys will take you through how to bring these things to your seat at your company’s table.
Here’s what you’ll take away from this webinar:
How to identify your different passions and strengths, and how to apply those things into your work
When to re-evaluate and refresh your goals and how to align them back to the bigger picture
Ways to find and connect with mentors inside and outside your company
About Gladys Kong
Gladys Kong serves as Chief Executive Officer of UberMedia, Inc. and served as its Chief Technology Officer and General Manager. Ms. Kong joined UberMedia from GO Interactive where she was Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer. She is an entrepreneur and tech executive with 15 years of technology experience. She serves as Vice President of Engineering of Snap Technologies Inc. (Formerly Snap.com), operated by Perfect Market Technologies, Inc. She co-founded Blogged.com Inc. in 2007. Ms. Kong has more than 12 years of research, technology and management experience to her role as vice president of engineering at Snap. Most recently, She served as vice president of research and development for Idealab, where she oversaw the creation of numerous companies (including Evolution Robotics, Picasa, Insider Pages, Omnilux and X1). Prior to Idealab, Ms. Kong participated in UCLA's CoBase Project, where she conducted research and development on intelligent and cooperative access methods to distributed and large scale database systems. Ms. Kong holds a B.S. degree in Engineering and Applied Science from UCLA.