Learn to boost your inner game and cultivate a personal brand to maximize your personal and professional potential as Suzanna Mathews, a relationships and dating coach expert, presents “Three Secrets for a Fantastic First Impression” at the Wichita Professional Communicators' Wednesday, December 7 meeting. The luncheon event begins at 11:30 a.m. at Larkspur Bistro and Bar, 904 E. Douglas. Doors open at 11 a.m. to allow for networking. Also during our December meeting, WPC will hold a special holiday auction.
Mathews, who runs The Date Maven, a boutique-style consulting service, will share information about the attitudes and behaviors that will help you act, look and feel confident in social and professional situations.
Her formula, she says, rests on three pillars: mindset, strategy and style. With her tips, you'll learn “gracious power and social brilliance,” she says, that will help you in love, commerce and friendships. She's encouraging attendees to live tweet during her talk, and she'll also take questions on her recent publishing experience. Her book, “Revising Mrs. Robinson, Navigating Cougar-Cub Dating and Relationships,” was released this fall.
Mathews earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Bethel College, majoring in communications studies and theater arts, and a master's degree in theater/drama from Wichita State University. She has studied the art and science of date coaching and matchmaking and has attended various training sessions around the country.
*At the December meeting, attendees also will have the opportunity to do a little shopping, as WPC holds its annual December holiday auction to benefit its scholarship fund. Purchase raffle tickets, $1 each, and drop one into a “hat” for the opportunity to win an item of your choice. The more tickets you drop in the hat, the better your chances are for winning that item. At the end of the meeting, we will draw a winner for every gift. The money raised goes directly to our WPC Scholarship Fund.
*Lunch will also include dessert! This is one meeting you won't want to miss!
*Don't forget...WPC memberships expire December 31 so now is a good time to renew--or join as a new member. We hope to see you in 2017!
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Wichita Professional Communicators (WPC)
Wichita Professional Communicators includes women and men in all segments of the communications field — the news media, public relations and strategic communications, advertising, marketing, graphic design and education.
Formerly known as Wichita Press Women, the organization was established more than 50 years ago. It was then, and is today, affiliated with Kansas Professional Communicators (formerly Kansas Press Women) and the National Federation of Press Women, which recently celebrated 75 years in existence.
As workplace equality has progressed and membership has leapt past traditional news media, the organization has changed, too, to reflect the times in which we live.