CALIBR Global Executive Forum
CALIBR’s Global Executive Forum is held each fall in conjunction with the ELC Board Meetings and Annual Recognition Gala, as well as the ELC’s Midlevel Manager’s Symposium – generally in either Washington, D.C. or New York City. This coordination enhances members experiences by encouraging interaction between CALIBR membership and the senior executives they hope to succeed.
CALIBR Transition Management Program
In partnership with LeadershipMARC Coaching and Gate Lane Corporation, CALIBR offers high-end resume and cover letter writing services and coaching to our members at no cost in order to help transition members to more fulfilling career opportunities. Through the Transition Management Program, CALIBR members receive…
- An updated professional resume and cover letter, assisted by a Certified Professional R├®sum├® Writer with more than 30 years experience helping professional attain their career goals;
- One-on-one time with a highly recommended resume coach;
- Access to CALIBR’s email distribution list of career opportunities from supporting companies; and Access to additional discounted career and coaching services.
CALIBR Summer Meeting
CALIBR’s Summer Meeting rotates throughout the country and features the introduction of CALIBR’s incoming membership cohort. The summer meeting is therefore a chance to network with other high-performing individuals, and an opportunity for the new members to start immediately building the relationships that will strengthen and grow CALIBR’s network for years to come.
Service on a corporate board is an important aspect of executive leadership, and CALIBR has partnered with a leading board training consultancy to help position members for the boardroom. Through this partnership, CALIBR members have access to the premier training program covering the nuts and bolts of inclusive and socially responsible for-profit corporate governance. Participants in the training, develop and execute a personalized Appointment Action Plan and receive additional coaching and access to opportunities through placement firms to help facilitate board selection. For most, the process begins with non-profit board service as a development opportunity and employee engagement strategy.