My accounting and finance professors will be happy to know that I remember some of the things they taught me.
I had a moment of shock during corporate training yesterday. I was able to answer a question about depreciation off the top of my head. I didn’t even have to think about it. This happened a few other times, as well.
Training was the epitomy of all corporate stuff I ever imagined. The swanky meeting room, glass pitchers of water tastefully scattered, notepads with the hotel logo stamped on them, and good food. I really can’t complain. I imagine if I did it every day I’d go crazy (every hotel looks the same after a while).
We played games and I sat with some “higher-ups”. I was definitely the youngest person there.
I’m confident that you made quite the impression. Way to pull out the ol’ book larnin’!
haha ok so I ALMOST named the post “Larnin'” but worried that not everyone would get it. 😉
Thought you were a grownup because you have an apartment and a corporate job? Ha! No, my friend. NOW that you’ve been through CORPORATE TRAINING, you are, officially, a grownup.
Sweet… I went through my first corporate training session week before…. New Features of Oracle 10g. Yours sounds more fun. 🙂
Universities don’t really do corporate training that I have seen for their staff. I guess its because they are too cheap?
Ez: yeah, the budget for corporate training has to be pretty high. That stuff is expensive!
Ah yes, I remember those days….