This is an educational program that does not have political alliance or affiliation.
Whether working from your virtual workplace or the campaign trail, getting the support of others factors heavily in success.
The topic of likeability headlines the April 16 Culture Chat, with guest speaker Colin Schmitt, one of New York State’s youngest elected officials.
Titled Likeability: It’s More Than a Popularity Contest, this 60-minute interactive session features a conversation with Colin–a 30-year-old, two-term Assemblyman from New York’s 99th District–about overcoming age biases to connect with others in a positive way.
Breakout sessions will encourage exchanges of experiences and approaches for these questions and more:
The program starts at noon ET and advance registration is required. There is no charge to attend, thanks to the sustained underwriting of Dulye & Co.
Colin will share strategies that have helped him to build connections since becoming politically active in high school as the youngest aide hired by the New York State Assembly. While in college, Colin founded and chaired a nonpartisan government reform political action committee (New Dawn NY) that promoted ethics reform, budget reform and job creation.
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Please note: This is an exclusive event for the DLE Community. To register, you must be a DLE member.