Tools for Greater Fulfillment and Impact On and Off the Job: Knowing and Expressing Your Talents and Passions

Wednesday, May 26, 2010 -
8:30am to 11:00am EDT
Philanthropy New York, 79 Fifth Ave., 4th floor, NYC
Philanthropy New York, 79 Fifth Ave., 4th floor, NYC
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A program in Philanthropy New York’s OF PERSONAL/PROFESSIONAL INTEREST series, presented by the Foundation Administrators Network (FAN).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Individuals looking to connect with their authentic personal and professional calling card, and increase their ability to express themselves and connect with others during the job search, on the job, and in life. Open to staff and trustees of grantmaking organizations.


In a fast moving world where we are inundated with information 24/7, it is more challenging than ever to slow down and really connect with your authentic self and your unique calling card—your one-of-a-kind combination of talents, experience, passions, and goals. Without understanding what you uniquely have to offer, it is difficult to effectively express yourself to others in personal and professional settings and to ensure that those around you understand your value and impact.
In this reflective and interactive workshop, you will have the opportunity to deepen your awareness of your true gifts and how you most want to contribute. You will also practice articulating your calling card without feeling like you have to sell yourself in the job search, on the job, and in your personal life.
You will gain tools to:
  • clarify the challenges you face in connecting to your calling card;
  • identify your calling card—the one-of-a-kind combination of your talents, experience,  accomplishments, working style, curiosities, passions, goals, values, and ideas; and
  • express your calling card in a variety of settings, painting a vivid, but brief picture of who you are, what matters most to you, and how you are contributing.


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