Darien Professionals Networking Group Subject: Rescheduled Meeting of the Darien Professionals Networking Group

Darien Professionals Networking Group Subject: Rescheduled Meeting of the Darien Professionals Networking Group

On October 27th, 2012, posted in: Events by

The  meeting of the Darien Professionals Networking Group will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 29th at 7:30PM –
Our speaker this month will be Beth Carter, president of Carter Consultants.
Beth’s topic will be Color Your Mind to a New Way of Thinking About Your Job Search –

Do you feel like you are stuck? Explored all avenues without success? Or do you just need to reinvigorate the way you view your career search strategy? This presentation will explore how to go a step deeper in developing new ideas and thoughts resulting in greater fulfillment and happiness – both personally as well as professionally. By using a non-traditional approach, your mind will open up to new possibilities.

E. Elizabeth “Beth” Carter is President of Carter Consultants Ltd., an executive search firm she founded in 1991. She also recently launched Beth Carter Enterprises, a thriving business that encompasses executive and group coaching, seminars, and the DISC behavioral assessment. She serves as a “thought partner” for executives and middle managers of small and Fortune 500 companies and business owners. She has a keen ability to have these individuals reach their goals in such areas as leadership and management development, expanding marketing capabilities, and performance enhancement while motivating them to their full potential. Beth holds a MBA from Baruch College and graduated cum laude from Bryant University. She is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA), author, speaker, and presenter as well as an instructor in the Executive Development Center at Bryant University.

Our meetings are open to all in transition, seeking a better job or those who are just interested in networking. Admission is free. Come early and bring a friend.

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