“Networking” is a term that can bring anxiety and foreboding to career professionals and job-seekers alike. Although plenty of advice and strategies are available, by integrating positive psychology resources the networking experience can shift into something that builds self-efficacy and creates possibilities. Denise Riebman, a positive psychology career coach, will provide us with a highly interactive evening using positive psychology to change the way we approach this most effective of job hunting strategies. Be sure to forward this to anyone who cringes or groans when entering a room full of strangers, and make sure you come yourself to learn how you can make networking a “positive" experience!
About our presenter:
Denise Riebman is a career development specialist who applies a strength-based, positive psychology framework towards inspiring individuals to find career happiness. Currently the Director of Career Development and Alumni Services at George Washington University’s Trachtenberg School, she has spent over 20 years working in the nonprofit and higher education sectors, specializing in career advancement, professional leadership, and community development. Since 2013, Denise has served as the National AmeriCorps Alum Career Coach where she shares career advice through national webinars and a career column. In 2014, she launched CareerHappinessCoach.com which offers individual coaching, workshops and consulting.
With certifications and training in Positive Psychology, Global Career Development Facilitation, Presence Based Coaching, Federal Careers and The Coaches Institute, Denise is deeply passionate about motivating people to see their potential and find fulfilling careers that impact the world for positive change. Denise has a PPM from the Muskie School of Public Service, USM.
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