November 9, 2011 – “Career Assessment” with Nancy Range Anderson

9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Where:   Hamilton Public Library
1 Municipal Drive
Hamilton, NJ 08619

Maybe you are re-entering the workforce after an absence.  Perhaps, sensing the dramatic changes in the economy, you are considering pursuing a new job.  Whatever the reason for career reinvention, it is important to understand who you are; your likes, dislikes, strengths, weaknesses, values and personality.   This session focuses on the steps to follow when considering a career change.  It includes worksheets, assessments and the tools to get you started.

“Take these broken wings and learn to fly, all your life you were only waiting for this moment to arise.”  Lennon and McCartney

As your job search coach I will provide the tools and encouragement that will allow you to reach your potential and once again learn to fly.

Nancy Range Anderson is the President of Blackbird Learning Associates, LLC a company that specializes in job search training.  Nancy is a training & development leader with over 25 years experience in Human Resources and Learning & Development in the pharmaceutical, finance and insurance industries. Known for her excellent facilitation skills, Nancy teaches resume preparation, interviewing, networking, and career change tactics to individuals and groups. Nancy is also a job search coach.  In 2010, she released the book, Job Search for Moms.

Nancy is a Board Member of Family and Community Services of Somerset County NJ, and a member of the Bound Brook Chamber of Commerce and the Middlesex Area Women’s Club. She lives in New Jersey with her husband Matthew and children Caitlin and Christian.

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One Response to November 9, 2011 – “Career Assessment” with Nancy Range Anderson

  1. kathy mcelwee mcmanus says:

    How timely! So many career changers out here needing some advice- thanks!

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