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Supercharge Your Career with AI

Featuring Greg Shove and AI expert, Zain Kahn

June 5, 2024

12 - 1 p.m. ET

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Supercharge Your Career with AI

Ready to take your career to new heights? Zain Kahn has the keys to unlock your potential with AI.

Zain Kahn took his AI newsletter, Superhuman, to 600,000 readers in just over a year – based on a mission to make AI useful and accessible to every working professional.

Now, he’s joining us for a fireside chat to discuss taking your career to the next level with AI.

On June 5th, 2024 at 12 p.m. ET,  Zain and Greg Shove will discuss questions like:

  • Which skills will be most valuable (and most useless) in an AI-based world?
  • What was the biggest “unlock” that proved the value of AI in your working life?
  • How do you build a personal brand around AI expertise in 2024?

Join us and bring your questions.

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

Greg Shove

Greg Shove is the CEO of Section. He has been the founder/CEO of six companies -- three with successful exits. He's held leadership positions at Apple and AOL and led companies through three recessions.

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

Zain Kahn

Zain Kahn is a marketing executive, innovator, and author of Superhuman, the world's largest AI newsletter with 600,000+ readers from companies like Apple, Amazon, Google, Meta, Microsoft, and more. He’s passionate about helping people leverage AI to boost productivity and accelerate their careers.

MEET YOUR PROFESSOR

Greg Shove

Greg Shove is the CEO of Section. He has been the founder/CEO of six companies -- three with successful exits. He's held leadership positions at Apple and AOL and led companies through three recessions.

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