Shryock to present free workshop with PowerHouse Great Falls womens group
PowerHouse Great Falls will present a free workshop on ‘Personal Branding – Building Real Connection’ by Jennifer Shryock, career strategist and executive coach, on July 22 from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Celtic Cowboy, 116 1st Ave. S.
This workshop is an opportunity to learn how to present yourself so that your skills, your mission, and your ability to get stuff done are so clear that people suggest your name when they learn of potential clients and job opportunities, according to a release.
Shryock owns her own company, Rainmaker Resumes, in Missoula. She helps with resumes, job interviews and salary negotiations, and is an executive coach. She guides professionals to re-discover what they want, why they want it, and how to get it. She writes, speaks, and leads workshops about how to magnetize opportunity, reconnect to your innate gifts, answer your ‘call’ and rewire your mind to welcome – and create– success, according to a release.
“I am looking forward to coming to Great Falls to present the personal branding workshop,” Shryock said in a release. “I feel it is important for people, especially women, to be able to brand themselves. My workshop will give the attendees effective tools they can apply right away to create more authentic connections and real and lasting opportunities.”
PowerHouse Great Falls meets quarterly on Monday evenings in various locations. It is an opportunity for women to network and discuss a wide range of topics. Anyone is welcome and the meetings are free. PowerHouse Great Falls can be found on Facebook here.
PowerHouse Montana is an initiative of the Women’s Foundation of Montana with two goals in mind:
- connecting Montana women with the resources, mentors and opportunities they need to create thriving businesses and thriving lives;
- increasing the number of Montana women in leadership by providing a go-to source for organizations and companies looking for their next CEO or board chair.
PowerHouse Montana offers quarterly educational webinars aimed at increasing the success of women in business and periodic gatherings and conferences to provide opportunities for cross-sector education, collaboration, innovation and idea sharing.
“The Women’s Foundation of Montana believes that women are one of our greatest untapped resources. PowerHouse Montana is tapping into that resource. If you’ve been wondering what will fuel the next phase of economic growth and social innovation in Montana, look no further. Welcome to PowerHouse Montana,” according to a release.