Failure is Impossible: The Next Steps in Career Advancement
July 13, 2011
The Sewall-Belmont House & Museum is teaming up with Career Coach Alyssa Best to present this series targeted at helping you move up the career ladder. Join us in the Museum Program space Wednesdays in July at 6pm for brief networking and an exciting program. This interactive workshop will last one hour with time after to continue the networking. Wine and snacks will be provided.
6pm networking reception, program: 6:30pm-7:30pm with additional networking to follow
If you cannot join us in person, participate online!
If you are out of town or just cannot make it to the Museum in time, you can still sign up to participate via the webinar portion of this program, which will be hosted from 6:30pm EST to 7:30pm EST. Even if you cannot attend the live webinar but still want the benefits of this presentation, your registration guarantees you an electronic recording of the webinar which will be distributed 24 hours after the workshop.
When registering, please indicate whether you plan to participate in person or via webinar. All registrants will receive the recording of the workshop.
Register today for just $15!
This amazing opportunity to enhance your career doesn’t come along every day so act fast – participation is limited. Members will receive priority status for reservations.
Positioning Yourself to Get a Promotion Workshop:
Do you have an annual performance review around the corner? Are you thinking about ways to get ahead? Join this workshop with career coach Alyssa Best to explore tips, tricks and methods for leveraging your hard work into salary increases and promotions at your current (or future) job. Participants will identify and practice strategies to improve their communication and negotiation skills in the workplace and will walk away feeling more confident in asking for more.
Alyssa Best helps people identify their dream careers and provides them with the tools to achieve their goals. As a career coach, trainer, and speaker, she offers guidance and skills on topics related to career and professional development. She has mentored and worked with emerging leaders at Wider Opportunities for Women, the Center for Progressive Leadership and the Institute for Women’s Leadership at Rutgers University. Alyssa has trained hundreds of people on career and leadership issues through national conferences, community-based programs, professional development workshops, and the university classroom. She holds a Master of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies from Rutgers University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Mary Washington College.
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