The Westchester Networking Organization (WNO) invites you to our monthly meeting on Monday, April 21, 2014 at the Croton On Hudson Free Library,
· Light refreshments, courtesy of
· There will a door prize drawing with the winner getting a free 45 minute consultation with our presenter, Bob Weingartner.
· Lew Tischler will offer brief Small Business advisory sessions.
If you plan on coming, our meetings are free, but you must register at http://wno20140421.eventbrite.com. Should you discover you will be unable to attend, extend your apologies by sending us an email at email@example.com so that we can open our doors to others. Seating is limited.
Get the most from WNO meetings:
- Bring your business cards.
- Bring your resume or marketing plan to review with Linsey.
- You are always making an impression. Business casual is expected.
- If you are not already a member, join our WNO Yahoo Group. Follow all instructions carefully.
- After the meeting, new members will receive an invitation to join our LinkedIn group.
April 21, 2014 – Agenda:
6:00 pm -7:00 pm: Open networking
7:00 pm -7:10 pm: Greetings and general announcements
7:10 pm -8:25 pm: Career Coach Bob Weingartner to present “Job Search for the Mature Worker – Act Your Age!”
8:27 pm -8:45 pm: Door Prize Drawing and Open networking
8:45 pm -Meeting ends
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Job search for the mature worker
What are some of the biggest challenges you face during job search as a mature worker? What can you do to overcome the common perceptions that companies, hiring managers and recruiters have that may hold you back from moving forward and finding your dream job?
In this engaging presentation, Certified Professional Coach and Speaker Bob Weingartner will share his insights on how to bust some of the common myths about mature workers and getting hired. Mature job seekers are the total package when it comes to hiring. So why do employers buy into the notion that their age is a drawback? Come with your questions and leave with answers that give you confidence and help you land that job, in spite of your age!
Note: although this presentation is focused on the mature worker, Bob’s enthusiasm and expertise will be of interest to job workers of all ages. We think this meeting is rated “G” for General Audiences of All Ages.
Bob Weingartner is founder/owner of Weinfive Career Coaching, a niche business focused on assisting employees and business leaders in growing leadership talent and attaining their career goals. Bob also assists job seekers who are suffering from what he calls "career anxiety or acute job search pain" and are ready to take their career to the next level. His range of clients includes recent college graduates up to and including mature adults and senior business leaders. Bob’s mission is to provide the most effective, up to date, cut-to-the-chase professional career and job search coaching for his clients by giving them the tools they need to succeed. After experiencing transition in his own personal career, it was only natural for Bob to launch a successful career coaching business to share the lessons learned during the span of his HR career which includes significant workplace insights and recruitment expertise.
Bob is a Senior Human Resources Professional with 15+ years’ experience as an HR Generalist in the trenches as an HR practitioner, business leader and trusted advisor/coach to employees, managers and C-suite leaders. He's held senior HR operations "seat at the table" positions at small, mid-sized and large global public and private companies in the high-tech electronics, green, hospitality, CPG and the medical device industries. Bob possesses significant expertise in leadership/talent development, employee engagement/surveys, HR Auditing, performance management, assessment tools (360's, DISC Profile, Predictive Index) HR compliance and full-cycle recruitment. He has also designed and presented HR, career and leadership development training material and possesses a comfortable presentation style. He's had success in operating as a strategic business partner and contributed to achieving bottom line business results.
Bob has an Environmental Studies degree from William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. He is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) with the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC) and a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). He also possesses a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Bob is a certified Six-Sigma Green Belt and has dual certifications from the American Society for Quality (ASQ) as a Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) and Certified Quality Auditor (CQA).
Bob believes in the philosophy of giving back to the community and currently is the founding members and volunteer Lead Facilitator/Coach for the Job Search Work Team (JSWT) at his parish. Heading into its third successful year, he leads the team through the maze of the basic job search process by exploring practical ways to land though active networking, education and self-assessment. Candidates learn the hard realities in navigating the competitive job world and gain the confidence to succeed in their job search. He has helped numerous job search candidates land in this difficult market. Bob publishes career articles and is also active in the networking scene and regularly makes career presentations at colleges, libraries, job search work teams and monthly network meetings.
In his spare time, Bob is a competitive runner having completed 4 marathons in the top 25% of the field.
Secure your seat. Register at http://wno20140421.eventbrite.com/. Walk-ins are welcome on a non-guaranteed first-come, first-served basis and must fill in a registration form at the front desk as well as present a business card. We have a very limited number of available seats, remember to register early.
The Free Croton Library parking lot is limited in space, please park in the back of the lot or on the street. Remember, the wise networker carpools.
We have a new website, please take a moment and sneak a peek at http://wno.weebly.com. There’s a wealth of information here for you to peruse.
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