February 20, 2014,
First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan, 178 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT,
7:00 - 9:00 p.m., New Canaan CaTS: "Defining What's Next: Strategies for a
Are you ready
for something new and better in your work life but are unsure what that looks
like? If so, please join us for this content-rich workshop that will offer
you a 5-step process to help you begin to define "what's next" in your career.
For the past
18 years, Laura Powers, President of Powers Career Coaching, LLC, has
successfully trained and coached hundreds of transitioning professionals from
diverse industries, levels and career stages to learn the method and mindset
needed to find satisfying new work that plays to their strengths, affirms their
value, and pays them well for their contributions. A specialist in career
change and career assessment, Laura is professionally qualified in both the
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and Strong Interest Inventory® assessment tools and
works extensively with career changers to help them clarify their next right
career move. In addition to her 18 years as a private career coach, Laura’s
corporate experience includes career transition consulting roles with four major
human resource consulting firms, a five-year career transition advisory role
with The Hartford Financial Services Group, and an earlier career as a corporate
and private banking lender in the metropolitan New York area. Learn more about
Laura’s boutique coaching practice at www.powerscareercoaching.com.
Thursday, March 6, 2014,St.
Mark's Episcopal Church, 111 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT, 7:00 - 9:00
p.m., New Canaan CaTS: "Memory Workshop: How to train your memory to gain a
competitive edge in your job search."
compete in today’s competitive business environment the ability to stand out in
the crowd is crucial. A trained memory is a competitive advantage that will get
you noticed. Shaking hands and remembering names, having facts and figures at
your mental fingertips and making sure that you’ve shared all the vital points
of your resume with confidence is a boon to job seekers, and a stand out skill
for any professional.
Matthew Goerke is regarded as one of America’s leading experts in
the field of Memory Development. He has shared with thousands of business
professionals from all walks of life the techniques for developing an instant
recall memory with results that can only be described as amazing.
Matthew has worked with such well known speakers as Zig Zigler, Ed
Forman, Vic Conant and Tony Robbins. He has trained executives from corporations
including AT&T, Prudential, Exxon, Wells Fargo, Merck Pharmaceutical and
Coldwell Banker, and government agencies such as the United States
Postal Service and the Defense Department.
Matthew has also had a tremendous impact in educational settings,
having personally trained thousands of students and teachers at all academic
Matthew is the developer of the “Memory Switch Program” the most
utilized program of its kind ever developed and for that reason is a sought
after guest and has appeared on hundreds of radio and television talk shows.
In this Memory Workshop there is a fast paced, success oriented way
to learn the basics of the “Memory Switch” system. The competitive advantage
that a trained memory can give both personally and professionally will be
demonstrated. The process of steps which make the system so unique include a
series of mental exercises and drills. The training deals with focus and
activation, and how to stay keyed in on the material you need. Participants of
the workshop experience interactive exercises that demonstrate there is no such
thing as a good or bad memory, instead rather, one that is either trained or
CaTS workshops are held on
Thursdays twice a month throughout the year.".
alternates between St. Mark’s Episcopal (first meeting of the month) and
First Presbyterian (second meeting of the month).
Workshops begin promptly
at 7 PM and adjourn at 9 PM. Please be considerate of our CaTS
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first Thursday of the month and at the First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan
on the third Thursday of the month except as noted.