Long Island Breakfast Club Eases The Process Of Looking For Work With Laughter
Our good friends at the Long Island Breakfast Club are at it again. Offering support, guidance, comraderie, and hope to the many Long Islanders -- particularly the 50 and over set -- who are out of work but not out of that true sense of purpose.
Join LIBC for a breakfast on Saturday, March 6th at 9 AM at the Garden City Hotel. [There is a $20 fee.]
A great opportunity to network, make new friends (and who couldn't use more of those), and to live LIBC's motto, "Experience Counts!"
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KEEPING YOUR SANITY, SENSE OF HUMOR AND SOUL WHILE IN TRANSITION
Kenny Moore is the co-author of “The CEO and the Monk: One Company’s Journey to Profit and Purpose” (rated as one of the “Top Ten” best-selling Business books on Amazon.com). He’s the former Director of Human Resources at KeySpan Corporation, now a part of National Grid (the 2nd largest energy company in the United States) where he reported directly to the Chairman and CEO. He’s the former Director of Human Resources at KeySpan Corporation, now a part of National Grid (the 2nd largest energy company in the United States) where he reported directly to the Chairman and CEO. Kenny now leads his own consulting firm - working on Change Management, Leadership Development and healing the corporate community. He’s been interviewed by Tom Peters, The Wall Street Journal and Fast Company magazine regarding his unique efforts. Kenny’s writings have been published in Warren Bennis’s Leadership Excellence magazine, The Journal for Quality and Participation - as well as business web sites such as HR.com. He is also the recipient of Notre Dame University’s 2006 Hesburgh Award for his significant contribution to the field of business ethics.
He’s been profiled by Charles Osgood as the “Cover Story” on CBS News Sunday Morning, written-up by business-guru Tom Peters, profiled in Fast Company Magazine, interviewed on New York City’s The Bloomberg Money Show: Bloomberg Radio and cited in The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, National Catholic Reporter and numerous other business and religious publications regarding his timely message. Kenny is the recipient of Notre Dame University’s 2006 Hesburgh Award for his significant contribution to the field of business ethics.
Moore is a sought after business and motivational speaker at business conferences, government agencies, church gatherings and college campuses - sharing his practical wisdom and wit with thousands of executives throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. As a business leader, former monk, cancer survivor and a spiritual guide - he discusses the amusing interplay between our business, personal and spiritual lives.
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QUESTIONS, CALL: VALENTINA 516-314-8989, PATRICIA 516-315-2762, or STEPHANIE 516-680-1731.
The painful process of looking for work is eased by joining the Spirited Group of the Long Island Breakfast club. They Meet They Eat and They Seek! FEEL YOUR OATS NOT YOUR FLAKES! You’ve had dozens of interviews for jobs you would take as a gift. You’ve seen a career counselor to validate your strategy. You’ve followed the best advice culled from recent job-hunting venues! Net Result: The process, especially lead generation is too slow. One person however motivated can turn up only one lead at a time when it comes to job hunting, business leads or contacts. You are feeling like you will lose your mind! Stress No More..
About The Long Island Breakfast Club
This organization provides advocacy, support, career and employment counseling and referrals to prepare mature individuals for productive employment. Our MOTTO IS EXPERIENCE COUNTS!
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