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When: 06/13/2017
5:30-8:00 PM
Where: Stony Brook Office Park, Building #3
130 Turner St
1st Floor, Lower Level-Cafeteria
Waltham, MA 
United States
Contact: Alysa Craig
(978) 364-5134

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It’s all about developing trust. Whether you are in a job search or just “building your personal brand,” meetings over lunch or coffee with contact in your network (or their network) can help you identify job opportunities, develop relationships, and expand your access to referrals. The key is knowing what to say, what questions to ask, and what questions NOT to ask. In this interactive session, Dawn Quesnel will share three tips professionals can use immediately to develop trust through networking meetings.

Dawn Quesnel, CPCC, PCC, “Coach DQ”, Founder, Career Life Balance


Dawn Quesnel, CPCC, PCC ~ “Coach DQ”, Founded of Career Life Balance in 2002, a coaching & consulting company for professionals who want to accelerate their careers so they can love their life! Guiding her clients to uncover the resources they possess to help them shift their mindset and navigate their career and businesses while maintaining a healthy career-life balance. She is known for coaching Top Performers through job changes, promotions and raises. Coach DQ is trained and certified as a Career & Life Coach and was voted ICFNE Career Coach of the Year by her peers.


Creator of the Job Search BRIDGE Method, published in the book "101 Ways to Enhance Your Career", BRIDGE for Top Entrepreneurs, BRIDGE Method for Career Changers, BRIDGE to Finding Your Life Purpose, Time-Choice Management FormulaÓ, C.A.R.E Method for Effective Delegation, and 6 Steps to Getting Off the Revenue Roller Coaster.

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