Wednesday, September 24, 2014

WIN workshops in October

We will continue to host WIN meetings for those interested in career transitions and job-related workshops when the library is closed from October 6th - October 25th. The meetings on October 8th and October 22nd  will be held at the Fire Station on 11 Church Road, Shrewsbury, MA 01545.

Wed, Oct 8, 6:30-8 PM - Mike Chase will present on the topic “Got work? 10 Steps to Shorten the Job Search”.

Are you getting tired of the “same old, same old” in your job search?  Are you finding yourself more distracted and less effective in your daily activities?  This presentation will help you revisit the basics in your approach and perhaps help you discover EVEN ONE NEW THING that will put you back on track and help you move forward more effectively. As a current professional in transition, Mike Chase has learned from experience what can get in the way of an effective job search.  Professionally, he is a meeting and events manager specializing in executive briefings, meeting management and facilitation.  He has held marketing or sales management roles at Hewlett-Packard Medical Products Group and Bose Corporation, and most recently managed the executive briefing program and conference center at Progress Software.  Currently he is an award-winning member of the Friendly Persuasions Toastmasters Club in Haverhill, MA.  

Wed, Oct 22, 6:30-8 PM – Sarah Kipp will present on the topic “Communicate to Connect”

Sarah M. Kipp has over twenty years of experience as a writing coach, educator, and speaker. She holds a Master of Science in Education and coaching certificates from the International Coach Federation and the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). In 2007, Sarah founded Express Yourself Write, a coaching and advising firm for leaders. Her company teaches communication methodologies designed to accomplish transformative work in schools, universities, and businesses. Sarah is also a writer and performer, and is the author of Courage in the Lake, a CD collection of autobiographical memoirs that includes an original musical composition.

Through this interactive workshop, “Communicate to Connect,” Sarah focuses on the three elements that have the greatest impact on our ability to communicate our message: clarity, confidence, and connection. Join us for a lively presentation filled with stories, strategies, and solutions that deepen the ways we use communication as a vehicle for connection.

To register for the Oct 8th workshop, please click here.
To register for the Oct 22nd workshop, please click here

Thanks to the Fire Chief for letting us use the meeting space at the Fire Station.

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