WIND North Meeting
Wednesday September 18
Meets every Wednesday
Facilitator: Fred Nothnagel
Fellowship Hall, downstairs at the Wilmington United Methodist Church
87 Church Street (a.k.a. Rt. 62)
9:15 am Doors open for unstructured networking. New Members Orientation (Bring a friend! Share the wealth! Expand the networking!)
10:00 General Meeting, featuring Roundtable Networking, WIND announcements, program of the day, business news and upcoming professional events, Needs and Leads
Post-meeting: Time for more networking and perusing WIND’s print resources
Cost: $10 for active WIND members, $20 for first-time attendees and long-inactive members
Questions about WIND or your job search?
Executive Director, WIND
Independent Career Coach/Consultant
"What's Holding You Back?"
Despite wrong turns, horrible weather and police interruptions, most drivers manage to get on the road again and reach their destination. Those people don’t let misfortune hold them back. So why is it that many job hunters get stuck or so discouraged that they revert to old, unproductive job search habits or succumb to depression?
Next Wednesday’s WIND North meeting will explore the roadblocks that you may be facing on your sometimes arduous path to a good job. Fred Nothnagel will present briefly on the most common ones and lead an exercise for each of you to ID and write ways of bypassing, breaking or leaping over them.
All will be confidential unless you want help to deal with yours.
Come join us on the 18th in Wilmington and strengthen your roadblock removal muscles.
Speaker Fred Nothnagel
Fred Nothnagel’s professional background spans more than 30 years and a wide range of roles and industries. Following a few years at a vocational rehabilitation agency, he launched a business career as a Production Supervisor and Industrial Engineer at Polaroid Corporation. For the next 12 years he served in a variety of engineering management roles at Augat, Millipore and Boston Scientific.
In 1995 he followed his heart and embarked on his current career motivating, training and coaching professionals to reach their career goals.
In addition to his private Career Consulting practice, Mr. Nothnagel served for 14 years as a Senior Career Marketing Consultant and consultant trainer with a nationwide career consulting firm.
For 23 years he has been the Executive Director of WIND, where he has led hundreds of workshops in career exploration and job search skills, in addition to facilitating weekly meetings. Fred enjoys researching best search practices and current trends in the employment and business marketplaces, and produces handouts of his own making that dive deep into various job-search-related topics.
Cost to Attend
No advance registration required
New members: $20 [ includes one-time $10 registration fee ]
Returning members: $10
Coffee and refreshments