The Crossroads Career Network monthly morning meeting and networking session typically meets the 1st Thursday MORNING of every month, from 7:30am - 9:30am in the Grace Dining Room at Grace Church. OUR JULY MEETING, HOWEVER, WILL SHIFT TO TUESDAY, JULY 2ND DUE TO THE INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDAY ON THURSDAY. (enter through Door 4).
Meetings include an introduction to Crossroads Career Network resources, an encouraging story from someone recently in transition that landed, a topical presentation useful for your search, networking for ideas, leads and contacts, AND... employers available in our "Micro Job Fair" to discuss current job openings.
Our July 2nd meeting will feature:
"Be The Voice... Not The Echo”
with John McMunn
In today’s turbulent, ever-changing marketplace, it seems we are operating in an echo-chamber of conformity. However, organizations are starving for fresh, innovative thinking.
By attending this upbeat session, participants will learn how to be prepared to internalize this ‘breakthrough’ mindset in the job search. In this workshop, expect to:
Understand the 5 C’s of ‘Game-Changing’ actions that apply to your career transition.
Pick-up practical, tactical, visionary ideas – that can be implemented immediately.
Determine how to create tomorrow today.
John McMunn is President of McMunn Enterprises, a unique, exclusive business development firm. For over 30-years, John has helped organizations like Ernst & Young, Accenture, Deloitte, Boeing, Bank of America (and many others) discover, and employ, innovative and refreshing ideas designed to develop new business.
Through John’s extensive experience he has found that many of the tactical skills necessary for opening up new doors, and growing a business, are directly transferable to those in the midst of career transition. Together, let’s explore new possibilities!
Don't miss this discussion and get an opportunity for networking and meeting on-site employers as well!
Are you an employer interested in reserving a job fair exhibitor booth?
Let's get started...