“How to Create a Thriving and Authentic Career”
Guest Speaker: Kirsten Smith, Associate Director & Technology Officer at CSIS at Ball State
We will explore how to create a thriving and authentic career. Using Marshall Goldman’s book “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” as a basis for this discussion, we’ll look at how achieving more success requires you to move from where you are to a new place. Because people are successful, they believe they can continue to be successful. They believe that the habits that got them to where they are now will get them to where they want to be. We will look at the “success delusion”, talk about why we resist change when we are successful and what we can do to change our bad habits.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 at 11:30 AM at Minnetrista
$14 admission (includes lunch and program)
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Sponsored by Mindy Kemper and Angie Resiak, Premier Designs Jewelry
Mindy Kemper and Angie Resiak are independent distributors with Premier Designs Jewelry. Premier Designs was founded on Biblical principles in 1985 with the desire to be unique and put people before profits. Independent Distributors, known as jewelers, sell high-quality jewelry through Home Shows. We are members of the Direct Selling Association, but consider ourselves to be a direct service company rather than a direct sales company. Mindy Kemper has been a part-time distributor since February of this year and Angie Resiak has been a full-time distributor since June 2003.
Kirsten Smith is the Associate Director and the Technology Officer at the Center for Information and Communication Sciences (CICS) at Ball State University. Kirsten is the director of the Software Testing Institute within CICS, working with industry partners on improving their products and processes. Ms. Smith serves on the board of the International Digital Media and Arts Association, is a member of the Usability Professionals Association and chairs CICSs Women Working in Technology Conference focused on providing professional and personal development opportunities for women working in the multitude of technology fields. Kirsten holds a Master of Science degree in Information and Communication Sciences from Ball State.