Evening Networking: “How to Cope With Change”
Date: Tuesday, 5/8
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $15 Lifetime Membership
Location: The Career Place, Woburn
Registration: Call 781-932-5518 or stop by the Library
Losing a job can be an overwhelming experience. Seeking a new job means facing unfamiliar challenges. And starting a new job entails dealing with all kinds of changes, many positive, some perhaps not. What all these experiences have in common is change, and while change is a fundamental aspect of life, some changes are much more difficult to deal with than others.
In this serious yet lighthearted presentation, guest speaker, Naomi Karten. will cover:
s Describe the stages that people go through in coping with change.
s Explain how chaos is the common factor in major change experiences.
s Identify the biggest mistakes that people make in dealing with change.
s Describe critical truths about change that will help you manage it effectively.
s Present guidelines for reducing the duration and intensity of the chaos associated with change.
This presentation, adapted from Naomi’s book, Changing How You Manage and Communicate Change: Focusing on the Human Side of Change, has helped a vast number of people better understand the experience of change.
Naomi Karten (www.nkarten.com) is a highly experienced speaker and seminar leader who draws from her psychology background and corporate experience to help organizations and individuals improve customer satisfaction, manage change, and strengthen teamwork. She has delivered seminars and presentations to more than 100,000 people worldwide. Among Naomi’s many published books and ebooks are Changing How You Manage and Communicate Change, Communication Gaps and How to Close Them, Managing Expectations, and How to Survive, Excel and Advance as an Introvert. Her newsletter, Perceptions & Realities (posted on her website), is well-known for providing informative, practical content in a lively, chuckle-generating style.
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