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Krannert On: The Big Four of Career Development

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The Big Four in career development. With planning, attention to detail and preparation, these four items can help assure you of finding and enjoying a career. Roger Stewart, Director of Career Services, Krannert School of Management, gave clear, actionable steps you can use in your career development.

Whether you are a student seeking a first job or a seasoned professional ready for change, this webinar is for anyone interested in their career development.

A recording of this webinar is available here.

Roger Stewart Bio
Roger C. Stewart, Director of Graduate Career Services - Roger is also an adjunct professor in the Krannert MBA program. He began teaching in West Lafayette in 2005. Roger has also taught International Finance in Purdue’s German Executive Master’s program in Hannover, Germany.

He has been named a distinguished teacher, enjoys advising students on career planning, and has lectured numerous times on campus. In 2004, Roger retired from Procter & Gamble, after thirty years of service, as the Vice President of Global Treasury.

Over his career, Roger developed the financing in Central and Eastern Europe, right after the Berlin Wall fell. He managed financing and interest rate risk, through numerous Latin America crises and oversaw the financing of P&G’s largest Chinese business.

Before joining the Treasury organization in 1987, he had experience in Cost Accounting, Financial Analysis, Forecasting, etc. in Procter & Gamble’s Paper, Health Care, Beauty Care, and Beverage organizations. He is Purdue alum with a B.S. in Biology in 1971 and an MSIA from Krannert in 1974

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