Thursday May 4
Facilitator: Dawn Quesnel
Trinity Episcopal Church
1 Blue Hill River Road
9:15 am: New members Registration
9:30 am: Introductions / Needs & Leads
10:00 am: Structured Networking
10:30am: Meeting Topic – Job Search BRIDGE Method – I – Interviewing
11:00 am: “Invisible Barriers to Your Success and How to Move Beyond Them” – Guest Speaker Sharon Teitelbaum
12:00 am: Meeting adjourn
"Invisible Barriers to Your Success and How to Move Beyond Them"
There are certain critical stages of professional development that are crucial to growth and success but are often off of people’s radar. When they do not occur, the result is a professional plateau – you remain stuck at that professional level and will not move into higher level work or greater prosperity in your business until you master these stages. I call them invisible barriers because they are usually completely off people’s radar. In this lively, fun, interactive workshop, we will look at some of these barriers and how to effectively move past them. They may be impacting how you are managing your job search. Led by Sharon Teitelbaum, Executive and Career Coach.
Sharon Teitelbaum, M.A., MCC (Master Certified Coach)
Sharon Teitelbaum’s coaching expertise derives from a combination of comprehensive and ongoing coach training, professional experience in corporate and academic settings, and two decades of coaching experience. She has coached hundreds of high potential and high achieving professionals and entrepreneurs in various stages of their work life. Her coaching practice has included clients across a wide range of industries — biotech, medicine, marketing, finance, software development, engineering, high-tech, consulting, professional services, and the non-profit world.
Sharon has been coaching since 1995. She was among the first coaches certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF), the professional organization for coaches, and since 2006 has been credentialed as a Master Certified Coach, the highest level awarded by the ICF.
As a workshop leader, Sharon leads trainings in professional effectiveness and productivity, stress and energy management, delegation skills, and career advancement. She’s provided training at Merrill Lynch, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Procter and Gamble, and many other organizations. Her book, Getting Unstuck Without Coming Unglued: Restoring Work-Life Balance, is a compendium of strategies and tactics for staying balanced and focused in a demanding, speeding-up world.
Prior to coaching, Sharon worked as an educator in higher education and in corporate training, and also spent a decade as a database designer/developer and systems analyst.
Job Search BRIDGE Method - I - Interviewing
I will give a general overview of the Job Search BRIDGE Method. You may have heard about the Job Search BRIDGE Method or have seen a presentation in the past, however, the entire BRIDGE Method takes about 16 hours to complete and I have not shared many of the exercises within the method, yet.
What is BRIDGE? BRIDGE is an acronym for the six components that make up a successful job search strategy.
- B – Become clear about the type of position you are targeting
- R – Research the possibilities that exist in your new or current field
- I – Identify and Inventory your personal & professional assets
- D – Develop relationships
- G – Get a Game Plan
- E – Execute and Evaluate your Game Plan
What BRIDGE can do for you:
- Help you best articulate the type of position you’re looking for
- Help you develop a strategy for tapping into the hidden job market
- Help you reduce the amount of time it takes to get hired
- Help you get more interviews
Dawn Quesnel, Coach DQ is an award-winning Coach and Recruiter, specializing in coaching sales, marketing, advertising and creative professional through job changes, raises and promotions.
Cost to Attend
No advance registration required
New members: $20 [ includes one-time $10 registration fee ]
Returning members: $10
Coffee and refreshments