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Free Holiday Stress Buster Seminar Aurora, IL November 12
As if the holidays are not stressful enough, throw unemployment into the mix and you really have some emotional times. Joy Maguire-Dooley, nationally recognized job expert, educator, and therapist, will provide hands-on tools for dealing with the challenges of holiday stress. Start this holiday season off on a positive note! This seminar has something for everyone, including those who are "between successes" or currently employed. Joy takes a light hearted, fun approach to a difficult and important topic. Come join us for an evening of constructive help, support and laughs!
Key Topics Discussed
- Identify the holiday stressors
- Put a plan in place to keep balanced
- How to do an effective job search during the holidays
Who will benefit?
Presented by Joy Maguire-Dooley, M.S., CADC, and co-founder Women on Work and CareerPartners. Joy MaGuire-Dooley is one of the leading advocates and supporters of those in career transition in the Chicagoland area. Joy has shared her insights in her latest book, A Taste For Work which she co-authored. Joy shares additional ideas with the local community every Thursday afternoon on Job Talk 1530 AM radio. She's also the leader at one of the Chicago area's leading job search support groups, the Lisle Township Job Club.
Do you need a job search/career transition plan in case you should lose your job in the near future? If so, please join us for the monthly networking meeting of the:
Crossroads Career Network Ministry
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
7:00 pm - 9:00pm
Eola Community Center & Library
555 S. Eola Road, Room 111
Aurora, IL 60504
No prior registration required for this FREE skills training & networking meeting
For more information, call George Carson at 630-675-4509 firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: ½ mile north of intersection of Eola Rd & Ogden Ave on west side of road in large red brick building. Room 111 where meeting is being held is on north end of building. If the parking lot is full, please feel free to use the adjoining church parking lot on the south end of the building.