A presentation based on the new book

21st Century Community (www.21stcenturycommunity.org) cordially invites you to participate in the Monthly Career Success Summit- This is information and action filled event!!!
 
Friday, August 4th @ 6PM (EST)
 
Every First Friday of the Month  @ 6PM (EST)
Downtown Silver Spring – Civic Center 
Veteran’s Plaza Spring Room.
 
The Friday, August 4th career summit will feature Dr. Assegid Habtewold, the Pope of Soft Skills.
 
Topic: Soft Skills That Make or Break Your Success.
Soft skills play the lion’s share of success. However, many people over depend on their technical expertise. And thus, neglect to develop their soft skills proactively and in turn pay dire prices individually and cause havoc in their organizations. Whether you’re looking for a job or a professional aspiring to climb the corporate ladder or an entrepreneur who just opened a business or expanding to reach more customers or a senior manager supervising dozens of team members, you need certain well-developed soft skills to succeed in what you do. In this workshop, based on his recently published book, Assegid Habtewold will show you how the 12 soft skills discussed in his book make or break your success.  This jam-packed workshop provides you eye opener insights, approaches, and tools, which you could immediately apply in the work and marketplaces to take your life, career, and business to the next height.
 
Assegid Habtewold is a coach, consultant, speaker, and trainer at Success Pathways, LLC. He just published his third book entitled ‘Soft Skills That Make or Break Your Success: 12 soft skills to master self, get along with, and lead others successfully’. He has over two decades of leadership experience and has been empowering leaders from diverse industries. Assegid has different professional background: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Master’s in Computer Science, and Doctor of Strategic Leadership. He frequently blogs and facilitates workshops on the 12 soft skills discussed in his new book.
 
Other activities include: 
  • Practicing Your Elevator Speech
  • Scavenger hunt of community career resources
  • speed professional networking 
  • Informational  Interviews
 
Dinner is catered by our sponsor, Balager Restaurant.
Assegid donated two of his books to the 21st C Community. We will use them as door prizes. The two persons who will come first will be rewarded. Be one of them…
 
While this event is presented free of charge, donations of any amount are welcomed and accepted to support and fund future programming.  
 
For more information, please call Behailu Bekera 202-834-7710; Mulugeta Dessie 301-366-6058; Gabe Hamda 904-382-5471; Mesfin Felleke 775-240-1497



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