Online Chat: The Gallup Organization

Log on Dec. 12 at noon ET for an online chat with representatives of a major employer of B-school grads


In a live chat on Tuesday, Dec. 12 from noon to 1 p.m. ET, you can get advice from The Gallup Organization, employer of many of the world's leading scientists in management, economics, psychology, and sociology—not to mention a bunch of MBAs and undergraduate business alums.

Jennifer Mosser, director of talent sourcing for The Gallup Organization, and Robb Webb, head of global service delivery of Citigroup Employee Services and alumnus of the Gallup/University of Nebraska-Lincoln MBA in executive leadership program, will be on hand to take your questions about job hunting, recruiting, and making the best impression possible with potential employers.

Mosser, who has been with Gallup since 1993, focuses on finding sales executives for the company and recruits on East Coast campuses. Webb manages the service centers that provide support to the company's employees and HR professionals at Citigroup. He previously served on the HR leadership team for the Citigroup Global Consumer Group.

The Gallup Organization's aim is to help other companies increase profitability and customer engagement, and now it has extended the brand to provide a specialized MBA or MA in executive leadership.

The program is broken down into three blocks, and students receive materials and homework before meeting in person for 10-day intervals in strategic locations. Matt Norquist, global director of degree programs for Gallup, will also be on hand to take any questions you might have about furthering your education and participating in the Gallup/University of Nebraska programs.

Your host for this event will be Francesca Di Meglio (FrancescaBW), B-schools community manager and reporter.

Hope to see you there!

If you can't attend a live event, you can send Francesca Di Meglio questions for the guest in advance, and she'll try to pose as many as she can. Please use the subject line "Gallup Recruiter Chat." Or, you may simply read the transcript that we post afterward.