Body Language for Job Seekers (December 19, 2020)
THIS MONTH’S MEETING
This presentation addresses body language best practices for live and virtual communications. Humans take in and process information consciously and unconsciously about EVERYTHING, but see, hear and sense, SELECTIVELY.
When it comes to meeting someone new for the first time, how you look and sound, smell, listen, dress and behave, matter as much as what you say, don’t say or how you say it. Do you answer a question in 2 minutes or take ten? Are you fidgety, stiff or relaxed? Are you comfortable with your voice and/or image? Though people react to these aspects differently, the fact is they do react.
We are more than our bodies, yet knowing some basics for managing them in interviews, presentations and networking, can support your communication confidence and “performance.”
- CSG December 2020
- Sat, Dec 19, 2020 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM (EST)
- Please join from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://www.gotomeet.me/DSchuchman/csg-december-2020
- You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (872) 240-3412 Access Code: 211-662-997
2021 MONTHLY MEETINGS
We generally meet the third Saturday of the month. We know the importance of our meetings in helping you find success in your career. Due to COVID, we anticipate our meetings will continue to be virtual in the coming months and encourage you check back for when we can meet again in person. Mark your calendars with our upcoming 2021 meetings — Jan 16, Feb 20, March 20, Apr 17, May 15, Jun 19, Jul 17, Aug 14, Sept 18, Oct 23, Nov 2, and Dec 18.
- VIRTUAL ONLY MEETINGS CURRENTLY —NO IN-PERSON MEETINGS DUE TO COVID-19. Held third Saturday of the month.
- All are welcome; open to the public. No cost to participate.
- Expert presenters cover emerging issues and insights for job search or career management/advancement each month.
- Address: St. Gregory the Great Church Community Parish Center (Building #6 in rear of the parking lot), 4620 Nottingham Way, Hamilton Square, New Jersey, 08690.
- www.careersupportgroup.org www.careersupportgroup.org/directions
ABOUT Eileen Sinett
Eileen N. Sinett is a speech and presentation leadership coach, communication consultant, author and keynote speaker. Her book, SPEAKING THAT CONNECTS, reflects her mission and passion: to promote clarity, confidence and connection in speakers worldwide and raise the bar on presentation excellence. For three decades, Eileen has assisted business professionals and mid-to large- sized companies to create and execute presentations that satisfy both speaker and audience.
Sinett’s expertise blends several business and communication disciplines: the speech arts and communication sciences, career management, training and development, diversity, psycholinguistics and spiritual psychology. She is a specialist in working with multi-cultural leaders and a master at integrating technical know-how with a playful, intuitive and improvisational approach. Learn more about Eileen at speakingthatconnects.com.
ABOUT Career Support Group (CSG)
We are where job search and career management come together. For 10+ years, the Career Support Group (CSG) at St. Gregory the Great Church in Hamilton Square, NJ, has provided a safe space for participants to learn, network, and help one another.
Monthly meetings feature different career experts and topics to help you advance in your career or job search. We generally meet on the third Saturday each month from 8:30am – 10:30am. Meetings are geared towards professionals and are open to the public. No cost to participate. All are welcome!
Participants include those seeking new job positions, wanting to advance in their careers, considering a career change, re-entering the labor market, recently graduated, and those who want to stay abreast of current trends or are paying it forward.
We meet at St. Gregory the Great’s Community Parish Center (building 6 in rear of parking lot), 4620 Nottingham Way, Hamilton Square, NJ 08690. Meetings are non-denominational and all are welcome to attend. For directions and details, visit www.careersupportgroup.org.