PaTHways webinar: ‘Success factors at work’ by Paul Sloane (1969)

Date & timeWednesday, 12 May 6:00pm - 7:00pm
CostFree of charge
Booking closing date Wednesday, 12 May 12:00pm
Event type Webinar

Join us on Wednesday 12 May, when we will welcome Trinity Hall alumnus Paul Sloane (1969) to talk about success factors at work.

The webinar will take place at 18:00 (BST) on Wednesday 12 May and will last approximately 1 hour with an opportunity for Q&A at the end. There is no charge to attend, however, booking is required. This webinar will be hosted live via Zoom.


PaTHways webinar: ‘Success factors at work’


What they don’t teach you at school or university: how to get promoted and succeed in your career. Packed with practical tips and advice.


Paul Sloane (1969) read Engineering at Trinity Hall and gained a first. He went on to a successful career in manufacturing, sales and marketing with IBM and other companies. He became a Marketing Director, Managing Director and CEO of software companies. He has written many books including ‘How to be a Brilliant Thinker’ and ‘Lateral Thinking Puzzlers’. He has given two Tedx talks which you can see on Youtube. In his first week in Cambridge he met a girl from Homerton college. They have been married for 48 years and have six grandchildren.

How to register

Online: Online booking is now open – please click here.

By email: Contact with your name and how you are affiliated with the College. If you are an alumnus/alumna of the College, please include your matriculation year.

Please register no later than midday on Wednesday 12 May.

You will receive the joining instructions by 15:30 (BST) on Wednesday 12 May which will include the link to Zoom. If you have not received the link by this date and time, please check your spam box before contacting


If you have any queries, please contact Oleno Netto on

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