Jayne MattsonFounder and President, CareerEngage Boston
Jayne is a Career Management expert and Author with deep experience in corporate and private sectors of business. An accomplished facilitator, trainer and coach, Jayne is known for inspiring and motivating individuals to explore new career options and to help them build sustainable confidence. Author of You, You, Me, You: The ART of Talking to People, Networking, and Building Relationships.
- Timezone: America/New_York
- Date: Apr 09 2020
- Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Webinar: The Art of Finding Your Voice
The Art of Finding Your Voice, Talking to People, and Networking to Build Your Career.
Confidence. Courage. Communication. Connection.
Finding your voice at work while finding the confidence and courage to ask your connections to help you build your career is both an art and a science. Career Expert Jayne Mattson, author of You, You, Me, and You: The Art of Talking to People, Networking and Building Relationships, is on a mission to show us how to talk to each other again. She asks several bold questions: What happens if you don’t speak up and ask for what you want? What happens if you don’t know how to connect or reconnect with your network? What will happen if you don’t have the bold courage to build the relationships that will advance your career? The ability to find your voice and use it effectively is the most important skill anyone can have, especially women who are navigating the world of work and upward mobility.
For job seekers, this is even more imperative. Career and human resource specialists say they meet a lot of frustrated job seekers who spin their wheels while networking. The problem, these specialists say, is not networking itself, but rather flawed approaches, attitudes, and expectations behind unsuccessful networking strategies. Most individuals haven’t found their authentic voice. Jayne Mattson has dedicated herself to helping you learn how to communicate, build genuine relationships that go beyond just hello to upending your comfort zone, and learning how to find your voice even in sticky situations.
This webinar will help everyone learn how to find their voice, communicate effectively, network with confidence, and build lasting friendships that will propel you forward.
Key Learning Outcomes:
Understand how poor communication can derail your ability to move ahead.
Learn how to build lasting relationships by building a resilient network.
Learn how to end the frustration of networking and stop spinning your wheels.
When there are no right words to use, how do you find the courage to say what needs to be said?
We will show you a simple four-step process to end flawed approaches to networking and learn how to find your authentic voice.
Who Should Attend:
Women who struggle to find their authentic voice. Managers who want to figure out how to communicate and build networks within and outside of their organizations. Human Resources professionals who must make lasting connections with teams and individuals. Anyone who’s in-between jobs, trying to figure out how to network and communicate effectively. Anyone who wants to learn the art of courageous communication.
What to Expect:
A safe space to learn how to communicate effectively and take command of any room. Attendees will walk away – understanding the YOU in communication and the role of ME in the process.
Jayne Mattson, Founder, and CEO, CareerEngage of Boston
Jayne is a Career Management expert and Author with deep experience working with corporate and private sector organizations. An accomplished facilitator, trainer and coach, Jayne is known for inspiring and motivating individuals to explore new career options and to help them build sustainable confidence. Jayne’s book : You, You, Me, You, The Art of Talking to People, Networking and Building Relationships. She challenges you to learn how to communicate effectively while building a powerful network to propel you forward.
As the Founder and CEO of CareerEngage Boston, Jayne works with early to mid-career professionals providing guidance and strategic career services that help them “take charge of their careers.”
She is a frequent writer and contributor on career-related topics to Career Builder, Monster, CIO, Mashable.com and other career sites, as well as print publications including The Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. Jayne has also presented workshops on Self-Confidence: The Foundation of Career Success; Conveying Confidence: Presenting Your Best Self and Becoming More Confident, and Release Your Limiting Self-Beliefs.
Jayne holds a Master’s Degree in Management from Leslie University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources from Northeastern University. She also has a Certification from Dale Carnegie based on the principles of the well- known relationship-building book, How to Win Friends and Influence People.
A strong believer in giving back, Jayne volunteers as a Confidence Coach with Budget Buddies, a Massachusetts-based, non-profit organization focused on improving the financial literacy of low-income women. She also partners with the Boston Young Professional Association writing articles to empower the next generation to effectively navigate their career path.
Jayne recently self-published her book titled: You, You, Me, You, The Art of Talking to People, Networking and Building Relationships. Her book is available on Amazon