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How to Boost Your Kid-like Positivity for Your Job Search 6-8 PM
January 11 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
How to Boost Your Kid-like Positivity for Your Job Search with Toni Lorraine Johnson, MBA, SHRM-SCP on Monday, January 11, 2020, 6-8 PM in partnership with the Free Library of Philadelphia with chapter leader, Ken Sher.
Free meeting that will start with networking introductions before the speaker presentation. Prepare your 30-second elevator pitch with your target companies. There may be an attendee who can help you with a connection.
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All bets are off in 2020 and hopefully, 2021 is looking better, right? What if we all dared to live like our positive inner child? Learn techniques on how to reconstruct your job search confidence while utilizing the resiliency muscle by connecting with cold contacts.
Toni Lorraine Johnston, MBA, SHRM-SCP is an Organizational Development Consultant and Founder of Archer OD. She brings a wealth of experience working with developmental programs for a wide range of audiences from executive leadership teams through return-to-work programs providing a path to self-sufficiency.
As a serial entrepreneur, her experience in the corporate world has enabled her to help people cultivate what inspires them no matter where they may be in life. She is a sought-after speaker who journeys into the unknown unknowns of how we remain positive in the worst of times.
Toni Lorraine is currently the CEO of Dr. Brownies LLC a plant-based advocate that is community-driven to help people thrive in plant-based businesses.
Currently, Toni Lorraine is an Organizational Development doctoral candidate at Cabrini University in Radnor Pennsylvania. As a Member of The Society of Human Resource Management she strives to help organizations with positive organizational psychology through candid conversation, conflict negotiations, and empathy: “Without people, there is no organization”.