“Michigan Mania – Lessons from the Northern Woods” … FINE Meeting April 19th

12 04 2012

Our speaker at the April 19th meeting will be John Carroll. John has been speaking on inspirational and motivational topics to area organizations and events for over 15 years. A retired human resources executive, through his keynote presentations, enjoys giving HOPE …. “Helping Organizations and People Excel” …. and many of his talks center around his own life experiences. Michigan Mania is one of those talks with anecdotes from when he lived in Northern Michigan on Lake Huron.

This is John’s second visit to FINE, he last spoke in February 2010. His presentation, “Matter of Style” was about identifying your own “imprinted” style and ways to effectively use that knowledge when communicating for maximum effectiveness with others, and was very well received.

John founded John Carroll International to help individuals and businesses uncover and develop their God given talents and potential. A resident of Fairfield, Connecticut and Drummond Island, Michigan, John, in his programs, blends New England ingenuity with northern woods’ warmth and simplicity.

As an organizational effectiveness and performance management consultant, John has been helping large and small businesses with people issues, leadership development, rewards, succession planning, recruitment and interviewing, customer relations, sales training, communications and interpersonal styles. Clients have included software and systems, health care, telephone, consumer goods, retail, insurance, architectural services, banking, transportation, publishing, document management services, and marketing services. For more information about John, visit www.johncarrollinternational.com.

Note that the meeting starts at 9AM, ends at 10:30, and will take place at the Wilton Library, in the President’s Room on the second floor. The library is located at 137 Old Ridgefield Road in Wilton Center, just off Route 7.  Coffee will be available. If you would like to be the coffee sponsor and get additional time to talk about your business, contact Bette Lynn Paez at blpaez@sammonsrep.com. There is no admission charge, however a $5 donation will help to cover the room expense.

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