Empowering Experienced Professionals for Successful Career Transitions
Finding Your Pathway to Success
There are many roads that you can take to find career success and fulfillment. Many of us feel hindered by our own ideas of what our careers should be, based on our education and skill sets. This talk aims to show the many opportunities to apply your skills within the workforce. We’ll explore this through the experiences of neuroscientists and look at several case studies of basic science researchers who have utilized their knowledge to achieve success in careers they may not have anticipated. You’ll leave thinking differently about your own path, and the possibilities that await you.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Jamie Beaulieu, CAE is the director of membership and professional development at the Society for Neuroscience. She is an accomplished association professional with more than 15 years of experience helping members, in different industries, to realize their potential and excel. Jamie currently serves as the chair of ASAE’s National Capital Area Advisory Council, a group that helps ASAE best serve the association community in the areas of career, content and community. Additionally, she has held past leadership positions with Capital Action, a DC-based networking group, which promotes philanthropy and volunteerism in the region. Jamie has a BA from the University of Maryland in Broadcast Journalism. She lives in Arlington, VA with her husband and two children.
CONTACT THE SPEAKER:
Director of Membership & Professional Development
Society for Neuroscience | 1121 14th Street NW, Suite 1010, Washington, DC 20005
T: (202) 962-4000 | F: (202) 962-4941 | email@example.com | SfN.org
1627 K St NW, 3rd fl.
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Training Class 2017
New Class Starts July 6, 2017
The core of the 40Plus commitment to improve your job search is an intensive, four-week training course. Learn how to manage your search and maximize the results.
Our course leverages the most effective tools and tips from commercial executive search and placement services with the unique power of peer group dynamics to help you develop a solid foundation and an effective plan for your job search.
Meeting in small groups with facilitators, learn every task of job and career change hands-on:
The course schedule is as follows:
Class ends: August 10, 2017
Each participant must successfully complete the membership application process.
40Plus of Greater Washington
1627 K Street, NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006near the Farragut North Metro
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1627 K Street, NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006
Imagine what your life would be like, if you only chose to do work you love and you were well compensated for doing it. It can be done. And, in this time of seeming constant career transition, it is good to know how to do just that. Come and learn why and how from someone who has been doing her ‘perfect work’ for 25 years.
In this inspiring and empowering session, you learn a strategy you can use to position yourself to enjoy creating a work-life full of meaning, mission and money. Join us!
Registration is just $10.00
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Cherryl Neill Humphreys is the designer of the groundbreaking approach that she followed to find her ‘perfect work’ as one of the first Success Coaches in 1992, three years before life coaching was even a profession. (Now, there are 45k+ worldwide!) Helping thousands find their perfect work, in a variety of professional and educational settings, her pioneering work has been featured in The Washington Post, Black Enterprise, Essence, on WPFW and on “Moneywise” on PBS. Cherryl also created a blueprint for “Finding Your Perfect Partner” and is currently developing one on “Creating Your Perfect Life.”
After getting her BA in mathematics education from GWU and a short stint teaching math in DCPS, she enjoyed a 19-year career as a mathematician and systems analyst with the federal government. A 5th generation native Washingtonian, Cherryl also holds certifications as a professional image consultant and in life purpose facilitation. She served as a docent for 12 years at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art and a volunteer at the Anacostia Community Museum, most recently as a board member.
Healthy Thinking Styles During Career Transition
Are you in career or life transition? Transition can be hard when the path ahead feels uncertain. It's not easy! Come learn about how thinking styles influence the way you experience your personal and professional life. Decrease mental stress, anxiety, and depression, and invite more calm, peace, and energy through healthy thinking. By the end of this workshop you will be able to identify unhealthy thinking traps, learn how to challenge and balance these thoughts, and learn how mental self-care can influence your success in transition.
Caitlin Magidson, LGPC, is a Career Coach at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and in private practice with experience in online and in-person counseling and coaching. Expertise as a thought partner includes coaching around career exploration, life design, navigating transition, professional branding, resume creation, networking, LinkedIn, interview preparation, and salary negotiation. She also facilitates career retreats and incorporates mindfulness into her work as she approaches the career conversation from a holistic perspective.
Caitlin holds a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, Coach Certification through The Academies, and is trained in StrengthsFinder and MBTI career assessments. She empowers clients to recognize their strengths, reframe limiting beliefs, and build confidence in achieving their personal and professional goals.
Active in her professional community, Caitlin is a member of the American Counseling Association, Maryland Career Development Association, and National Career Development Association. She has been a presenter at both local and national conferences and currently serves as the Maryland Chair of AMCAP.
Caitlin Magidson, LGPC
Counselor & Coach
Career Search Land Mines: How to Stop Sabotaging Your Efforts and Find Your Ideal Job
Are you in midst of your career search and not having much luck? Are you finding yourself feeling frustrated and stuck, because try as you might, you just can’t seem to get your momentum going? Or maybe you can’t keep the momentum going? Whether you’ve been in the search for a while or if you’re just starting today, the process can quickly cause you to become overwhelmed or just plain burned out. After all, this ain’t your mama’s job search.
Maybe you are sabotaging yourself without even realizing it. This presentation will help you identify the top ways you could be destroying your career search and how to make quick and easy changes to stop undermining your efforts and find your ideal job.
Renée is a certified transformational life coach and SOAR Retreat Facilitator. She holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Communication and a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism.
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Career and Leadership Coach. Founded Hire Matters, LLC in 2014 and have been coaching people for over 15 years.
Dawn J. McAvoy, CEO/Principal
15200 Grey Fox Rd | Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 |
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.hire-matters.com
Monday Morning Speaker: Francine Tolson
As a volunteer team leader at Career Network Ministry, Francine Tolson co-developed the Marketing Plan workshop in 2011 and since then has co-presented it monthly as one of CNM’s core workshops. In her career, Ms. Tolson specializes in business transformation - the design and deployment of people, process and technology enabling solutions across diverse business enterprises. She has a broad background in business process reengineering, operations, customer service, financial management and systems implementation in large and small entrepreneurial companies and the non-profit sector. Employers and clients have included: Simplexity LLC, George Washington University, UUNET Technologies, MCI, Three Pillar Global, Washington Chapter of The Alzheimer’s Association, and Compass DC.
Ms. Tolson holds an MBA from The University of Virginia Darden School of Business and has received training in Lean Six Sigma
For more information about Francine or her services, please email her at:
Nils Vidal – Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
Nils Vidal is a seasoned financial Advisor with over 12 years of experience aiding high net worth individuals and families protect and grow their wealth. Through his experience in commercial banking, private banking, and wealth management, Nils has developed a unique perspective for supporting client needs on various levels. As a Commercial Banker, Nils helped small business clients streamline cash management practices and build a healthy balance sheet to support their growth goals. As a Private Banker, he supported AMLAW 100 and 200 law firms and partners with customized private banking services, personal financial planning, investment management, mortgage financing and partner capital loans. As a wealth management relationship manager, Nils increased his focus on holistic wealth planning where he lead a team of highly credentialed advisors around investment management, retirement planning, estate planning, trust administration and strategy, and private banking.
As a Financial Advisor, Nils is now able to bring all these backgrounds together to customize a wealth strategy that is in the best interests of his clients. His knowledge driven process will help identify gaps in the wealth plan, investment allocation and execution, banking and lending structure, and to review the alignment of the current financial standing to overall wealth goals.
CONTACT THE SPEAKER:
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
1650 Tysons Boulevard | Suite 1000
McLean, VA 22102-3807
Toll free: 800-336-0156
NMLS # 804797
Nils Vidal | Morgan Stanley
New Class Starts September 7, 2017
Class ends: October 12, 2017
New Class Starts November 9, 2017
Class ends: December 14, 2017
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