In this semester, did you meet a new friend in class or at a social gathering? Have you asked a peer for advice on course selection? Did you strike up a conversation with staff at a shop you frequent? We make connections with people all the time, that simply is networking. In this workshop, we examine ways to cultivate relationships and strengthen ties, for personal and professional happiness. Come prepared to take part in this interactive session where we will practice being "N.I.C.E" to make connections that matter, both in-person and online.
Instructor: Niem Huynh, PhD, PPCC
Niem Huynh - Inquirer. Risk taker (calculated). Professional and Life Coach. Niem has explored diverse professional opportunities, from being a university professor to career advisor to graduate recruiter. Along this evolving journey that has taken her to work for various amounts of time in the U.S.A., Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, and now back to Canada, she has enhanced her professional toolbox with new abilities and skills. In addition to a diverse employment portfolio, she thrives on giving workshops related to professional and personal growth (e.g., networking, public speaking, negotiation) and is a fierce competitor in public speaking competitions.
Location: Loyola Jesuit Hall & Conference Centre - RF 335