Career Workshop: Dr. Annie Wilder
Speaker: Dr Annie Wilder
Interpersonal Communication in A Digital World
All Job and Career programs recommend pre-registration.
Dr. Annie Wilder, Uncommon Counseling, LLC., returns to the Russell Library Tuesday, April 16th from 2PM-4PM to present her workshop titled “Interpersonal Communication in a Digital World.” The workshop is part of the on-going Russell Library Career Program.
Participants in this workshop will learn what is meant by interpersonal communication, why it is needed in this digital world in which we now live, its impact on interviewing for and succeeding on the job and the added value of making a positive impact in personal relationships. The information will be presented in an upbeat and inspiring manner involving group participation and sharing of actual experiences.
Dr.Wilder, a mother and a grandmother resides in Old Saybrook, CT. She brings her many years of experience as an industrial engineer, pastor, public speaker, workshop presenter and positive self-esteem group facilitator to her counseling practice. She is a trusting, compassionate listener with the ability to integrate education, work, spiritual and life experiences into her counseling. She focuses on the whole person - body, soul and spirit, enabling her clients to experience healing, enlightenment and empowerment. Dr. Wilder is a Clinical Christian Counselor and a licensed Pastoral Counselor.
All Job and Career programs recommend pre-registration. Sign up at the Information Desk or by calling 860-347-2520. If you need any special accommodations, contact Christy Billings at 860-347-2528, ext. 160 in advance. The Russell Library Career Program is funded in part by a Middletown Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the family of Thomas J. Regan and the Liberty Bank Foundation.
The Job and Career Group hosts workshops twice a month in addition to a weekly networking session on Thursdays from 10AM-12PM.
- Tuesday, April 16, 2019
- 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- Hubbard Room
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