During the career and job search we give the left side of the brain a real workout. Reading job postings and descriptions, formulating resumes and cover letters, tightening our messaging to keep us tethered to the required skill set and so on. It can be easy to lose track of creativity and imagination.
Well this week we will take a journey toward the right side of the brain as we welcome business owners and artists Jennifer Ewing and Leo Germano to SFPCN. They will invite you to uncover more information about your career path by engaging your creative side. They will use a shape preference exercise designed to show you where you are now, where you want to go and what you are leaving behind. Interactive team work will generate new ideas to build new strategies.
The symbols used are basic signs used by cultures over time, and their meanings reveal important personal influences. Learn another way of checking in with yourself, and make a personal insignia to show and remind you of your strengths.
At the conclusion of the workshop you will have:
- Familiarity with 5 basic shapes to work with
- Mini -work book
- Insignia Design for a Personal logo
See you on Tuesday!
Jennifer Ewing is in education @ DeYoung Museum and Contemporary Jewish Museum, is an experienced presenter and designer of adult and family programs.
Leo Germano taught in the Peace Corps. He designs workshop tools and products, and is a CEO of an artist collective, Developing Environments
How to Navigate Change is their new start-up that offers organizations workshops in team building, morale boosting and creative thinking.
In 1993, the couple formed Ewing & Germano, a mural arts service that has produced work for Peet's Coffee, Discount Builders Supply, Pets Unlimited, Italfoods Inc, Golden Gate Meats, Varsity Theater, Davis, CA, Brutacao Cellars, Robert Mondavi Wines and other business and private clients.
We begin networking at 9:00 a.m. and the program begins at 9:30 a.m. sharp and will run 1.5 hours. We finish the program by 11 a.m.
$1.00 donation requested.
Mass Transit / Parking
Please note that Valencia Gardens' parking is restricted to its residents. Parking within its lot by non-residents will result in your vehicle being towed at your own expense.
The 16th & Mission Street BART stop is two blocks from our location, while the Market & Church Street MUNI stop is four blocks away. Inexpensive parking can be found at the Hoff Street Garage, 42 Hoff Street, San Francisco.