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December, 2021

Wednesday
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Are you looking for new ways to gain customers? Learn a "Cashflow Content" system for turning 5 simple tales about your company into an endless supply of social media, email, and blogs. Join Steve Werner, Founder of Reaching Millioins, to learn his "storyselling" secrets. He will cover how to cultivate the 5 key stories about your company that you can use over and over in many sales contexts to generate new leads. Offered by Founders Over 55.
Monday
6
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Of all the things you do each day, which ones are you REALLY GOOD at doing? How do your actions and behaviors make a positive difference that benefits you and those around you? Perhaps most important, can you name the things you are good at doing AND love to do so much that you wish you could do them all the time?

Each of these questions is asking about your strengths: the unique ways you combine your innate talents with years of investment via education and experience to deliver high-performance outcomes. Whether you are currently working or seeking a new opportunity, insights into how you use your talents & strengths can lead to more engagement and higher performance in your work, as well as resiliency in managing a transition.

In this 60-minute session led by Chris Soucy, a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and ICT Coach-In-Residence, you will learn the core principles of a strengths-based mindset and the Gallup research, tools, and resources used to discover and understand your talents & strengths. You'll also explore how to use the knowledge of your strengths in a variety of professionally beneficial ways (i.e. career planning, leadership development, networking, professional branding, etc.)

Offered by Institute for Career Transition
Tuesday
7
This event is virtual.
10:00 AM
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Our Reinventor‘s Group is designed to provide you with support and ideas to sustain you along the way to your new career. This is a series of 4 monthly meetings to
Tuesday
7
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Of all the things you do each day, which ones are you REALLY GOOD at doing? How do your actions and behaviors make a positive difference that benefits you and those around you? Perhaps most important, can you name the things you are good at doing AND love to do so much that you wish you could do them all the time?

Each of these questions is asking about your strengths: the unique ways you combine your innate talents with years of investment via education and experience to deliver high-performance outcomes. Whether you are currently working or seeking a new opportunity, insights into how you use your talents & strengths can lead to more engagement and higher performance in your work, as well as resiliency in managing a transition.

In this 60-minute session led by Chris Soucy, a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and ICT Coach-In-Residence, you will learn the core principles of a strengths-based mindset and the Gallup research, tools, and resources used to discover and understand your talents & strengths. You'll also explore how to use the knowledge of your strengths in a variety of professionally beneficial ways (i.e. career planning, leadership development, networking, professional branding, etc.)

Offered by Institute for Career Transition
Monday
13
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Whether you are actively searching for your next career opportunity by sending out resumes or simply building your professional brand by posting content on social media, you always want to create a positive perception of yourself in the recipient’s mind. They should feel and think well of you and be interested and open to learning more about you. We craft and communicate this message in all sorts of different ways, but the key takeaway is that we hope to leave the person with a clear image and positive view of who we are and what we do when operating at our best.

In this free 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn ways to further develop and incorporate your CliftonStrengths results into the examples and stories you use throughout the job search process: on LinkedIn and in networking conversations, on your resume and cover letter, and in interviews.

Offered by Institute for Career Transition
Tuesday
14
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Everyone knows that most jobs are landed through networking. It's the biggest and most important job search tool you have available. Yet almost everyone says that networking is a challenge and many fail to use it effectively, extending their job search as a result. Whether you’re exploring options, learning about opportunities, attending a networking event, or prepping for a job-interview, networking is your key to success. And it's your ticket into the hidden job market, where you can learn about positions that will never be posted on any job board and where your odds of being hired are much higher. In this session, learn the principles of networking, ways of introducing yourself and how to convey your interests concisely and effectively.

Offered by 50+ Job Seekers in MA. If you are new to this program, you must complete an application as part of the registration process.
Tuesday
14
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Whether you are actively searching for your next career opportunity by sending out resumes or simply building your professional brand by posting content on social media, you always want to create a positive perception of yourself in the recipient’s mind. They should feel and think well of you and be interested and open to learning more about you. We craft and communicate this message in all sorts of different ways, but the key takeaway is that we hope to leave the person with a clear image and positive view of who we are and what we do when operating at our best.

In this free 60-minute webinar, you’ll learn ways to further develop and incorporate your CliftonStrengths results into the examples and stories you use throughout the job search process: on LinkedIn and in networking conversations, on your resume and cover letter, and in interviews.

Offered by Institute for Career Transition
Wednesday
15
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Did you know that roughly 70% of Boston‘s fourth graders are reading below grade level? This is true for most urban areas and the problem is a significant obsacle to a child‘s ability to learn, as well as to a thriving community.
Join us on Dec. 15 at 10:00 to hear from Kelly Kulsrud, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Lectio (www.lectioapproach.com), which works to ensure that all children‘s literacy efforts and those they serve reach their potential and intended impact. Kelly has an M.Ed in Language and LIteracy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Joining Kelly will be Wes Enicks, Executive Director of Literations(www.literations.org), one of the nation‘s most effective school-based literacy programs that relies on older volunteers who are trained to be literacy tutors.
Thursday
16
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Networking is essential to the job search process, but it's not asking for a job. It's building relationships that have mutual benefits, now and in the future. Studies show that most people get their next job because of networking. So how can you get better at the single-most important thing you can do to make your job search a success?

This special event with Diane Darling will teach you how to:

> Identify the best people with whom to develop networking relationships.
> Nurture those relationships so they're in place when you need them.
> Succeed at networking, even if you think you're not the type.
> Turn everyday conversations into networking opportunities.

Diane Darling is an author and leadership coach specializing in professional networking strategies for individuals as well as organizations. This event is offered by 50+ Job Seekers in MA. If you are new to the program, you need to complete an application as part of the registration process.
Tuesday
28
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Employers want to know what you can do for THEM. So how can you talk about what you've done for others in a way that helps them see how you can help them? The answer is to learn how to tell stories about your past accomplishments using a technique called STAR-PAR. This is a proven framework for answering networking or interview questions in a concise, relevant, and interesting way. And it's a tool that helps you place your past into a future context that gives others the confidence they need to take a chance on your experience and skills. This session will help you learn how the STAR-PAR method works and how to tell your stories in a way that gets results.

Offered by 50+ Job Seekers in MA. If you are new to this program, you will need to complete an application as part of the registration process.

January, 2022

Thursday
20
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Join Dr. Elisse Barnes, your LinkedIn Driving Instructor, for a 3-hour training session that will help you get the full value from LinkedIn for your small business or business startup.
Thursday
27
This is a virtual event.
1:00 PM
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Join Dr. Elisse Barnes, your LinkedIn "Driving Instructor," for an interactive 3-hour workshop on how to make LinkedIn work for you. This workshop is specifically designed for Career Reinventors, people over 50 who are using their expertise to solve problems for others without being employees.