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Still in Transition? Do I Need a Career Coach?
February 2 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am$5
Still in Transition? Do I Need a Career Coach? With Marty Latman from 9-11 AM on Tuesday February 2, 2021 with chapter leaders Andrew Braun and Nancy Moyer.
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AGENDA FOR SPEAKER MEETINGS
9:00 – 9:10am Attendee Check-in / Meeting Kick-off (10 min)
9:10 – 9:35am Elevator Speeches (25 min)
9:35 – 10:50am Introduce Guest Speaker / Guest Speaker Presentation & Q&A (1 hour – 1 hr 15 min)
10:50 – 11:00am Announcements, Landings, Upcoming Meetings, etc. (10 min)
How do I Choose a Career Coach?
Being in-transition for a short or long period of time can be a very stressful. You can get depressed, angry and confused. You can lose your self-confidence. What can you do to change this situation? Do you need a Career Coach to help you get through this period and help advance your career? Marty Latman the types of coaches, how they may help you and questions you need to ask yourself before you consider a potential coach.
Our featured guest speaker Martin Latman, CPA, CFO, Consultant, Coach, is Co-Chairman of the Financial Executive Networking Group (FENG), Chairman of the FENG Bergen Chapter, and Chairman of NJ Strategic Networking Group (NJSENG).
Marty will give you practical tips on how to circumvent and overcome ageist practices you may encounter during your job search–and how to present your experience as an asset to a prospective employer.
Marty trains, teaches, advises and supports people in different industries and various disciplines in the techniques they need to advance their career or be successful in their job search campaign.
With his past experience working in both public and private industry, he understands the skills needed by companies and how candidates should position themselves to meet these needs. Marty is known as a “match maker” and “people helper”.
Marty has been a guest speaker to many networking groups where he has discussed various career development topics including networking, interviewing techniques and advance career planning strategies. He speaks at both local and national networking group meetings.