Friday's Round Table: What's Your Story?

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

What’s your story?

You may have heard someone say, “Everyone has a book in them.” Possibly true, as we have all interfaced with the world in our own unique ways: Hobbies, talents, life experiences, and wisdom, you name it. But maybe you haven’t arrived to a clear picture about how to build a narrative, or story about who you are and what you have to offer.

This Friday (11/6) brings us Patrice Tabor to share the Dependable Strengths Articulation Process (DSAP):

“DSAP is a peer-assisted, group process first developed by Bernard Haldane in 1945. The heart of the process is story telling. DSAP facilitators are trained to elicit the kind of stories that illustrate a person's Dependable Strengths—each person’s special talent for excellence.”

So come on out and zero in on your dependable strengths and how to put it to a story!

Patrice was a guest last November to a full house. For this Friday, it will help if you respond to this email or give a call 206-533-6706 to reserve a spot.

Of course, coffee and light refreshments are on hand for all Roundtables. Just shoot an email back to save your place.

Friday, November 6, 1:00-2:30pm
Shoreline Community College, 16101 Greenwood Ave N
Room 5116, Building 5000 (ground floor)

SCC Campus Map, Parking information. Small fee for daytime parking on campus.

Open to anyone of any age who is job seeking or interested in career change.

Led by Ron Carnell, Program Coordinator, Workforce and Continuing Education / Plus 50 Career Builder, Shoreline Community College, 206-533-6706.

See the Plus 50 Spring Schedule!


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