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The Breakfast Club NJ - Monthly Networking Meeting

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The Breakfast Club NJ Presents:“In-Transition – Now What do I do?”Presented by Marty Latman,

Saturday August 11th 2018 at 8:00 am

Presentation:“In-Transition – Now What do I do?”

Being in-transition for a short or long period of time can be a very stressful. You can get depressed, angry and confused. You can lose your self-confidence. What can you do to change this situation? How do you get back into the “game”? How do you change this negative situation into a positive experience?

Please join Marty Latman on August 11, 2018 as he discusses a topic all people in-transition struggle with as he presents “In-Transition – Now What do I do?” Attendees at all levels will learn about the obstacles they need to overcome during this period to succeed, the methods they need to use to change their situation and ways to make being in-transition a productive, meaningful and positive time in their lives.

Called by some people as the Best Networker they know, Marty is the Chairman of the Bergen Chapter of Financial Executive Network Group (FENG), which he created in March 2002 with 29 members. Membership within this chapter has now grown to over 5,100 members. Since its inception, FENG-Bergen Chapter has successfully helped more than 1,650 of its members find gainful employment. He is also the chairman of NJ Strategic Executive Networking Group (NJSENG), a FEI Board member, and a member of over 20 other career networking groups. He is also a facilitator at Careers-in-Transition (“CIT”); one of New Jersey’s most successful networking groups.

Marty has been a guest speaker to many networking groups where he has discussed various career development topics including networking, interviewing techniques and advance career planning strategies. He has made presentations to the Financial Executive International (FEI), Financial Planning Association of NJ (FPANJ), Media Communication Association – International (MCA-I), Career Networking Group (CNG), Careers In Transition (CIT), Neighbors-Helping-Neighbors, Phi Beta Kappa and many NJ Professional Services Groups (PSG).

Possessing a skill set that combines finance, business development, operations and administration management, information technology, logistics and manufacturing, Marty has been successful in organizing start-up companies, turning around organizations, and setting strategic company direction. He has worked in both public and private industry. He is President of Latman Advisory LLC, an organization that helps organizations reach a higher level, provides individuals with career advancement advice and helps companies find individuals who help them enhance performance.

Our speaker:
Called by some people as the Best Networker they know, Marty is the Chairman of the Bergen Chapter of Financial Executive Network Group (FENG), which he created in March 2002 with 29 members. Membership within this chapter has now grown to over 5,100 members. Since its inception, FENG-Bergen Chapter has successfully helped more than 1,650 of its members find gainful employment. He is also the chairman of NJ Strategic Executive Networking Group (NJSENG), a FEI Board member, and a member of over 20 other career networking groups. He is also a facilitator at Careers-in-Transition (“CIT”); one of New Jersey’s most successful networking groups.

Marty has been a guest speaker to many networking groups where he has discussed various career development topics including networking, interviewing techniques and advance career planning strategies. He has made presentations to the Financial Executive International (FEI), Financial Planning Association of NJ (FPANJ), Media Communication Association – International (MCA-I), Career Networking Group (CNG), Careers In Transition (CIT), Neighbors-Helping-Neighbors, Phi Beta Kappa and many NJ Professional Services Groups (PSG).
About the Meeting:
Networking begins at 7:30 am, meeting starts promptly at 8:00 am.

There is a $10 fee at the door.