In her talk, “The Power of You: Creating and Defining Your Path,” Friedman said she hoped to convey that the best opportunity for success is to shift your focus from money to making sure you never stop working. learn and lead. By taking the skills you’ve honed and applying them to something new and challenging, she says, you’ll be surprised to find the variety of ways to adapt those experiences to new situations. Friedman said it’s never too late to take risks no matter where you are in life’s journey.
The conference also included three round tables and three interactive workshops.
EY employees—Linh Pham, personnel, tax technology and transformation; Sofia Khobot, Senior Executive, Business Consulting; and Stephanie Pugh, FSO Insurance, Audit Staff, presented the first workshop, “Vision Boards: Looking Back to See Ahead”.
The other two workshops were “Communication Styles in the Workplace,” led by Chelsea Cawley, Head of Campus Recruitment at PwC, and “Learning to Tell Your Story,” presented by Lisa Getzler, Executive Director of the Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation from Lehigh. .
The three panels were: