Marc Strano.

Consider the task of building an actual pyramid, which must be done by coordinating all four sides at once, not completing one side at a time. Marc Strano of SHIFT Leadership Development says that career development during job transition occurs much the same way.

At an upcoming meeting of the Professional Service Group of Mercer County, Strano will discuss ways each person can attend to four things during transition — and how to get support — while growing oneself and building one’s career: Professional Development, New Tools, New People, and Well Being.

The free workshop will take place Friday, February 21, from 9:45 a.m. to noon at the Princeton Public Library. For more information, visit

Strano has worked in leadership development in commercial and retail banking, finance, legal, education, fine retail, construction, consumer electronics, and global shipping and logistics. As a designer, developer, and facilitator, Strano has created and led programs for organizations ranging in size from a handful of local employees to multinational conglomerates.

He has been a consultant and invited speaker at the Harvard Business School, Columbia, Rutgers, and Montclair State.

Strano has a master’s in international management and finance from the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University, including study of international trade and comparative business practices in several countries.

He has a bachelor’s degree in linguistics from the University of Rochester.

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