August 19, 2014 at 3:27 PM
Northern NJ Professionals in Transition
meets twice a month—on Mondays at 10:00 a.m.—
in Maplewood Library’s Memorial Hall (51 Baker Street, 07040)
We have many informative presentations,
to assist those in employment/career search, coming up…
“You Don't Have to Shout to Stand Out”
‘How to say what you need to say
so you're seen and heard and can make a bigger impact’
with Christine Clifton, of Mindful Business Matters
August 25 @ 10:00 a.m.—12:00 noon
In today's technology rich world, much of our business interactions have migrated to email, instant messaging, and texting - often when our colleagues are just across the hallway. While it may be easier, it is causing our conversation muscles to atrophy - which can make communicating in a rich way in-person or over the phone more challenging these days.
In this interactive presentation, you will learn:
· your hidden Super Power that makes people stop and listen
· what to Say so that others are Motivated to consider your idea
· how to Adapt your Conversation to appeal to more people
· the One Technique you can use right now to get started
You'll leave with clear steps you can take to make your business conversations more effective!
Christine Clifton is the founder of Mindful Business Matters and creator of programs like Wealth Harvest, The Fortune is in the Follow Up, and Your Spirit at Work. She’s combined the best of her Corporate Sales Coach experience with the realities of service entrepreneurship to help thoughtful business-people feel confident 'promoting' themselves.
She helps mindful Service Entrepreneurs and Corporate Professionals Say what they need to Say, so they can Get where they want to Go, and Earn what they’re Worth. She draws forth their natural strengths so they speak from a place of conviction and connect with the right people easily. In the process, they see their full value, find their own voice, and present themselves confidently. Read more, about her, here: http://mindfulbusinessmatters.com/
Meetings alternate between guest speakers and peer-conducted career workshops,
and go until noon, at least. Also—before and after—network with other professionals
who are currently unemployed/underemployed or looking for new/different
career opportunities. All of our programs are free and open to the public,
so please tell folks you know, and come join us…!
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