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PDM with guest speaker Rita Schiano

April 18, 2019
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

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The Manor & Drought House
42 West Boylston Street
West Boylston, MA 01583
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Join us at The Manor on April 18th for important APICS updates and to hear Rita Schiano speak about improving your effectiveness in the workplace!

  • Doors open at 5:30
  • Dinner starts at 6:00-6:45
  • Chapter business 6:45-7
  • Speaker 7-8  - Rita Schiano, Effective Business Writing and Presentations

As the ASCM and APICS community continues to grow it's vital that we have a vision and clear direction at a local level.  During this meeting we will discuss where the Worcester County Chapter is currently positioned and how we want to move forward together.  Part of this includes selection of Board of Directors for FY19-20 and we will be voting on members.  See your email for more details!


 

The fantastic speaker for April will be Rita Schiano and she will be covering Effective Business Writing and Presentations.  If you're wondering whether this applicable to you, I can assure you the answer is YES!  We are constantly communicating with other people and the need for effectiveness is greater now more than ever before.  Although Rita may be talking more directly to communication in a business setting there will be plenty of info and insights that you can use and share in any aspect of your life.

Rita Schiano 

Rita Schiano is the founder of Live A Flourishing Life™ which offers strategic resilience-building personal and professional development programs that strengthen work relationships through team building, stress management, effective communication, and critical and creative thinking skills. As a former corporate vice-president and small business owner, Rita's leadership knowledge, strategies, and insights draw from both sides of the aisle.

Rita is the author of several books, including Live A Flourishing Life, a stress management and resilience-building process workbook; the critically-acclaimed, semi-autobiographical novel Painting The Invisible Man, and Sweet Bitter Love, as well as numerous articles for The Huffington Post / AOL Healthy Living, the Worcester Business Journal, and guest blogger for Psychology Today.

Rita is an adjunct professor at The American Women’s College of Bay Path University. She is a Professional Member of the National Speakers Association.

Tickets

$10.00 Member Registration

$20.00 Non Member Registration

$0.00 Student Registration