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November TechTalk – Finding a Culture Fit
18 November, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
The work you do is only as good as the feeling you get when you go to work. If you don’t feel comfortable in your office, with your coworkers, then you’re never going to do your best work. That’s why finding a culture fit is so important.
In this month’s TechTalk, we’ll help you find the right culture fit for you, and talk about what questions you should be asking in your interview and what you should be looking for when you assess the culture of a new company.
This event is hosted by VML, an award winning marketing firm based in Kansas City, and will feature a panel of women dicusssing finding a culture fit, and how VML has created their extrodinary culture. Come meet our Awesome Panel!
As Chief Marketing Officer, Beth is responsible for facilitating the growth of the VML brand and marketing strategy across the VML global network. Beth has been with VML for more than thirteen years in a variety roles including client services and organizational development. She’s a proud KC native!
Lyndsey Padget is a Technical Architect with over a decade of software development experience at both mega-corporations and startups. In addition to slinging code and managing development teams, she regularly presents on RESTful APIs, agile methodologies, and how to engage young women in technology.
Rebecca is a Software Release Manager and Agile Coach, and has worked in Healthcare IT Consulting and Development at Cerner, Perceptive Software, and currently, at FormFast.
Sarah Harper is a Technical Project Manager in the Program Management Office at Cerner Corporation. Her projects have included Automated Testing, Mobile Development, and Interoperability.
Alisa is a chemist turned software engineer, and has navigated the waters of different corporate cultures from manufacturing, laboratory science, and enterprise software development. She is now at a small freight logistics company with dreams of growing their software product into a full-fledged enterprise application.