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Title: Blindspots, Curve Balls and Black Holes: A Journey Through Uncertainty
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Boardroom
235 Montgomery Street, Suite 760
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Description: In a certain world, relying on part experience is an easy and acceptable way to operate. In today’s uncertain world, we need a different mental framework that navigates shifting priorities and roles. Bobbie draws on practical approaches from positive psychology and neuroscience, as well as her own latest research on the impact of this volatile environment and how to navigate when curve balls are the new normal.
Presenter: Bobbie LaPorte, is Founder and CEO of Bobbie LaPorte & Associates, a consulting firm providing leadership and organizational development services to Fortune 500 companies, global
Steve Kawa gives a free talk about SF Public Policy
October 8, 2019
SF Chamber of Commerce – 235 Montgomery Street, SF, CA 94104
1:00PM – 4:00PM
3333 California Street
Laurel Heights, S24 Auditorium
San Francisco, CA 94118
Join us and meet community partners focused on serving Veterans. Access tools and resources to support you in your job search.
We’re committed to building a broadly diverse community, to nurture a culture that is welcoming and supportive, and to engage diverse ideas for the provision of culturally competent education, discovery and patient care.
The Job Forum is proud to be supported by local organizations and businesses like the SF Chamber Commerce, McGuireWoods and LinkedIn. Thank you!
Message from the Chairman
In a recent talk to business leaders Janet Beach Chairman of The Job Forum said, “To get a job today, in this dynamic market, a job hunter must use modern job search methods, have the ideal set of skills, customize an approach for each company and have a vibrant network of contacts. So many want to live and work in the San Francisco Bay Area and it is fortunate that many Bay Area businesses are trying to hire. Still, there are so many people here who are searching for work. There are many challenges nowadays as job hunters ready their skills, describe their experience and make the needed connections. The Job Forum can make a big difference to educate and individually coach those looking for jobs.”
To job hunters
The Job Forum encourages job hunters to prepare for and attend career fairs in order to network and improve at the skill of presenting yourself. You can prep for these sorts of networking events with us at the Job Forum.