Susan Jamison - Rebooting Your pOS: A Wake-up Call and Call to Action

Details

Overview of topic:
Success requires that you know two things: Where you are and where you want to go. If you don’t know how to answer those questions, then your path forward is a crap shoot.

The purpose of the session is to raise awareness of the prerequisites to success and to provide tools to explore the habitual conditioning which determines whether or not you achieve it. You’ll understand how you know what you know, why your personal Operating System (pOS) sometimes doesn’t do what it needs to do get the results you want, and what you can do to get alignment.

Awareness of your pOS is relevant to those of you who are trying to switch career paths, or seeking new and different opportunities, or want to learn, grow, and contribute in a new job, i.e., everyone! Some credentials and past experiences are seen as no longer relevant, and therefore are insufficient for employment success. You need a Reboot!

Speaker’s bio:
Susan Jamison is founder and CEO of the CLUE Institute, established in 2010 after a corporate career at IBM and Sun Microsystems. She is an experienced Trainer/Coach/Facilitator with decades of business and technical experience, enriched by subject-matter expertise in organizational learning, personal mastery, neuroscience, communication assessment, and paradigms.

Susan received her BA from Stanford University and MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management. Her proprietary CLUE Institute framework, system, roadmap, and tools replace conventional ineffective one-size-fits-all approaches to performance improvement. Her programs provide engaging, fun, and inspirational experiences conducted the way the mind learns and retains information.

You can get more information about Susan from her website https://www.clueinstitute.com and LinkedIn profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanjamisonclue.

Meeting Details
Cost: $5 (cash only; no checks or credit cards); fee covers program, lunch, tax, and tip.

Agenda:
10:00-10:30 Arrival of attendees, check-in, open networking
10:30-10:40 Meeting starts, new member introductions
10:40-10:55 Job leads, contact requests, announcements, etc.
10:55-11:10 Open networking
11:10-12:00 Speaker presentation
12:00-1:00 Lunch and table networking