Roundtable Discussion at this Month’s PSPS Meeting

Manage the Change, Don’t Let the Change Manage You
December 5, 2017

This month’s Philadelphia Society of People & Strategy Members in Transition Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting, facilitated by CCI Consulting’s Anne Dunn, Vice President of Client Relations, will be held Tuesday, December 12, 2017. In this meeting, Anne will facilitate a Roundtable Discussion to help those in transition maximize how they are positioning themselves and hone their skills during the transition process. Participants will be able to practice their positioning statement, give an update on their search, share interesting podcasts/books with the group and ask for assistance of the group.  They will also have the chance to share their marketing plan with one another and receive feedback.

The PSPS Transition Group is intended for PSPS members who are in transition.  If you are not in transition and wish to attend, please contact one of the co-chairs.  The co-chairs are Shelley Potente of Leader’s Edge; Anne Dunn of CCI Consulting; and Paul Marion of LHH.  Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month from 9:30 – 11:00 AM.  To sign up to attend a meeting, please do so on the website.

The January Meeting topic – Learn the secrets of Solution Selling for The Job Search.

While in transition you are regularly “selling.” Join a successful business development professional who is a former PSPS board member and one of our In-transition chairs, Shelley Potente, on Tuesday January 9th from 9:30 – 11:00 AM.  Even if you are fairly comfortable with the concept of selling yourself, you will leave feeling energized, more confident, and with a few good tips as a result of this session.

PSPS is the premier senior level human capital association for exchanging ideas, knowledge, and fellowship among the Greater Philadelphia Region’s senior HR and business leaders. The mission of the PSPS is to create a network of business leaders focused on strategic human capital initiatives. This meeting is only open to PSPS members. To learn more about the PSPS and how to become a member, click here.

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