Archive for June, 2017
On June 21, WashingtonExec’s College and High School Leadership Committee hosted “Get Off the Bench” author Sid Fuchs for a discussion about the importance of strategic networking and relationship development from his book at the Cushman and Wakefield offices in Tysons Corner. This is one of several events WashingtonExec hosts annually for high school, college students, and recent grads about career development. Click here to read the full article published on WashingtonExec.
DAYTON, Ohio June 26, 2017 – MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), a leading National Security company delivering advanced engineering services, cybersecurity and product solutions, announced today that President and Chief Executive Officer Sid Fuchs recently delivered a Leadership and Networking presentation to judges, attorneys and employees working for the Departmental Appeals Board (DAB), a subdivision of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Mr. Fuchs was invited to speak to more ...
WashingtonExec: Transform Your Career Through Relationships: 7 Tips From ‘Get Off the Bench’ Author Sid Fuchs
What does it take to propel your career? In a word: relationships. Five years ago, Sid Fuchs published his first book, “Get Off the Bench: Unleashing the Power of Strategic Networking Through Relationships,” which explored the value of building and maintaining productive, trust-based relationships—and the role they play in career growth and fulfillment. The official book launch, hosted by WashingtonExec, took place at the Tower Club ...
DAYTON, Ohio June 5, 2017 – MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), a leading National Security company delivering advanced engineering services, cybersecurity and product solutions, today announced that President and Chief Executive Officer Sid Fuchs recently delivered two keynote lectures to MBA students enrolled in George Mason University’s (GMU) School of Business. This is the third year that Mr. Fuchs was invited to address graduate students at GMU who are enrolled in leadership, networking and ...