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Scotch Plains Library Career Networking Group: January Program
PLEASE DON’T ASK ME ABOUT MY JOB SEARCH! presented by the Scotch Plains Library’s Career Networking Group on Monday, January 7 @ 6:30pm.
Are your friends, family and neighbors driving you crazy with questions about your job hunt? Do you feel defensive and irritated when well-meaning acquaintances offer advice? Are you avoiding people altogether just to escape the dreaded ‘Why don’t you have a job yet?’ question?
Learn how to turn these conversations around and make them work for you. Presenters Fran McTernan and Nathalie Centinaro use role plays, improvisation and language coaching to show you how to defuse emotional hot buttons and have easier conversations. You will acquire new networking skills and improve your confidence. Master the art of transforming that well-intentioned friend into your job search ambassador.
Nathalie Centinaro is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Executive Coach with a private practice in Fanwood. She helps individuals, couples, families and organizations transform potential into achievement by providing relevant levels of care with a measurable impact in their lives and businesses.
Fran McTernan is a coach, a trainer, a listener. She works with smart people who are ready to have easier conversations, to get what they want. www.easierconversations.com Fran spent over 25 years in the corporate world. She's a volunteer and trainer with CONTACT We Care, a crisis and suicide hotline.
Connect with the library’s Career Networking Group on Linked In, Career Networking Group at SPPL.
The Scotch Plains Library is located at 1927 Bartle Avenue, one block from Park Avenue in the center of town.
More About Scotch Plains Public Library
In addition to a large collection of books, the library also offers a selection of magazines, audio books, videos, music CDs, classes, computers, events and more. This family-friendly library has a separate children’s room with a large open area for kids to play. The room also has a set of computers, decorated like animal faces, for kids to do online research.
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