WIND Networking for Today’s Professional


Thursday June 15

Facilitator: Dawn Quesnel


Trinity Episcopal Church
1 Blue Hill River Road

Meeting Agenda

WIND South meets the 1st & 3rd Thursday of every month

9:15 am:  New members Registration
9:30 am:  Unstructured Open Networking
10:00 am: Introductions/Needs & Leads

10:30am: Meeting Topic – Are There Enough Jobs in Your Skill Set Formula

11:00 am: Interview Lab
12:00 am:  Meeting adjourn

Contact Facilitator – Dawn Quesnel at


Are There Enough Jobs In Your Skill Set Formula

MEETING TOPIC: Are There Enough Jobs Formula

With Industries changing and outsourcing becoming more common place you may realize that the amount of jobs available with your skill set have decreased.  Learn how to determine the number of jobs available that fit your experience, current skill set and if number of probable positions fit your desired criteria.  I will be sharing a simple formula that can help save you a lot of time and frustration.



Interview Lab

The Interview Lab is a chance to practice and gain feedback on your interview skills.


Bio: Dawn Quesnel, CPCC, PCC – Coach DQ

About Our Workshop Facilitator: Dawn Quesnel is passionate about helping people achieve their short-term career objectives and long-term career goals. Her ground-breaking BRIDGE Method provides a path for finding gainful employment 50% faster than using the traditional approaches. Affectionately known as Coach DQ, she has been a Certified Co-Active Coach for over 13 years. She began her career as an executive recruiter placing sales, marketing, advertising, and creative professionals. She is a certified DiSC® Administrator, WIND Networking Facilitator and leads the Regional Networking Group for Job Seekers 50+. She graduated Cum Laude from Suffolk University with a BS in Business & Entrepreneurship, is a member the International Coach Federation, NE Chapter, and was awarded the “Thomas Leonard Career Coach of the Year” by her peers.

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June 15th “Are There Enough Jobs Formula”


July 20th “Resume Writing for Today’s Job Search”

What’s new in executive resumes? In this session you’ll learn from an expert—a professional resume writer and author of numerous resume books—what it takes to create a powerful resume for today’s competitive job search. You’ll learn about fundamental changes on the hiring side that require a new approach to writing, formatting, and designing your resume, and you’ll gain both “quick-fix” solutions and more in-depth strategies that will help you create your own standout resume. Packed with examples and before-and-after transformations, this session will equip you for the reality of today’s employment market and give you ideas and inspiration to help you advance your career.

About the Presenter: Louise Kursmark—Master Resume Writer; President, Best Impression Career Services

One of the leading career experts in the US, Louise is a frequent speaker and trainer to diverse audiences on any topic relating to careers. She is the author or co-author of more 20 books on resume writing, interviewing, and job search, most recently Modernize Your Resume and Modernize Your Job Search Letters. Currently working with senior executive job seekers in her private practice, Best Impression Career Services, previously she co-founded and co-led Career Thought Leaders, a think tank for the careers industry, and Resume Writing Academy, the first comprehensive training organization for professional resume writers. Louise was the first person worldwide to earn the prestigious “Master Resume Writer” credential and is a 6-time “Best Resume” award winner. She is an avid traveler with a keen interest in urban history, baseball, and biking.




Cost to Attend

No advance registration required

New members: $20 [ includes one-time $10 registration fee ]
Returning members: $10

Coffee and refreshments