Los Angeles, CA, February 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Workforce Press has been on the lookout for new inovative ways to boost employment. Ms. Gosset’s one hour delivery mesmerized the audience with rich visuals, and short movie clips, to provide insights into the upcoming industry trends discussing the type of new jobs that do not exist yet but will be with us within 2 to 5 years, the education required to prepare for these new jobs, and the research work required to be ready. Ms. Gosset shared her perspective on best practices to keep professional skills sharp enough to weather the turmoil of the economical crisis and the acceleration of the development of many industries. She highlighted several new industries emerging and the many opportunities opening for educational institutions, workforce organizations, and the professional community.
Doug Howe, Practioner at Pepperdine University states” (Ms Gosset’s) lecture presents a critical and creative way of thinking about future trends and the importance of understanding the direction and velocity of activities, how to position oneself to take advantage of forward-looking developments and to understand their impact on career development.”
Ms Gosset’s next two engagements will be in Ventura CA, at the California Placement Association Annual Conference on March 3rd, and at the South Central Regional Consortium - Economic Development on April 23, 2010.
Nathalie Gosset is Head of Marketing and Business Development at the Alfred Mann Institute at the University of Southern California (USC), which is an acceleration center for the commercialization of biomedical innovation from USC. With more than 20 years of commercial development of technology based products, Ms. Gosset has developed a keen eye for upcoming industry trends. Ms. Gosset is the recipient of the 2009 IEEE Engineer award, and received a 2007 Career Award from the Engineering in Medicine and Biomedical Engineering Society for creating more than 50 biomedical chapters in the world to promote medical invention.