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ASCEND LA Metro: Building and Maintaining an Executive Professional Presence
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The Los Angeles APIN chapter, together with Ascend, is excited to present a fun and interactive workshop on Building and Maintaining an Executive Professional Presence. This class is open to everyone, and is especially encouraged for staff.

12/13/2017
When: Wednesday, December 13, 2017
6:00 PM
Where: KPMG Los Angeles
550 S Hope St.
15th Floor Conference Rooms
Los Angeles, California  90071
United States
Contact: Linh Luu


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The Los Angeles APIN chapter, together with Ascend, is excited to present a fun and interactive workshop on Building and Maintaining an Executive Professional Presence. This class is open to everyone, and is especially encouraged for staff.

The Building and Maintaining an Executive Presence training is designed to align professional presence and workplace competencies of employees with the essence of the corporate brand. At the conclusion of this training, participants should be able to define and describe what makes up executive presence; understand the importance of communication styles and learn how executive presence connects to each individual’s personal brand.

This class is good for 1 CPE credit, there is no advance preparation or prerequisites required. This course is a great opportunity to network, earn CPE credits, and learn something new or refresh what you already know.

In light of the holiday spirit, please bring a toy to donate to the LA County’s Children Trust Fund to enter into a raffle to win a prize. All toys donated will be gifted to foster children in LA county for the holidays. Please see details about the toy drive below.

Space is limited so register as soon as possible. Dinner will be provided!

Toy Drive for Foster Children—Children’s Trust Fund

During this holiday season as we are launching a Toy Drive for Children's Trust Fund, a resource development program that is part of the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS). DCFS works to protect 36,000 neglected and abused children in Los Angeles County, place them in temporary foster care, and reunify families when safe to do so or seek adoption alternatives. Where abuse hurts, Children’s Trust Fund helps. Whether it’s buying a special wheelchair for a child, providing clothes, or giving a guitar to a young girl to help her find some joy from music, Children’s Trust Fund has served the needs of children throughout its 47-year history.

Please bring a new, unwrapped gift (e.g., books, DVDs, movie tickets, skateboards, iPhone earbuds, $20 gift cards) to provide to a foster child (ages infant to 21 years old) and make their holidays a little brighter. Tax deductible donations to help provide dental and other services to foster children are also accepted at this link.

 

Broad Museum General Admission Tour on Wednesday from 2-5 PM

In the spirit of the holidays, Ascend Co-Presidents, Thomas Phelps IV and Karen Chung, will be hosting up to 6 people from 2-5 PM with general admission tickets to tour the Broad Museum just before our Ascend event on Wednesday, December 13. The Broad Museum is just a few short blocks (uphill) from KPMG. If you’ve been wanting to see the amazing private art collection right next to Disney Concert Hall, join us on December 13!. General admission tickets for the entire month of December are already “sold out,” so send an email directly to thomas@isacala.org to reserve one of the six spots—these will go fast.

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