Northern Fairfield Professionals Networking Group (NFP) meeting

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 46 Church Hill Rd Newtown CT 06470  See map

Northern Fairfield Professionals (NFP) next meeting is tonight Tuesday Jan 8. 

NFP is where people meet to expand their network connections, as well as learn the tools needed to advance their careers. Business professionals from all industries and career levels are welcome to attend our monthly meetings.
Our philosophy is to build reciprocal relationships where business professionals can exchange ideas, job leads, and build networking skills.  We usually have a guest speaker discuss a topic of interest for business

Northern Fairfield Professionals (NFP) meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 5:30 - 8 pm. This month we will be ending at 7:15. Attendance to NFP is free.
Networking from 5:30-6pm with a speaker presentation at 6pm.  This meeting will conclude at 7:15pm.

Location: The Knights of Columbus building in Newtown CT, located at 46 Church Hill Road; behind Saint Rose church to the far left.
Please go in the entrance for Saint Rose church  and drive in back of the church  to the far left. 
The building has 3 garage doors on the first floor with the meeting room upstairs.
The entrance is the door on the left front of the building. 

Tonight's Speaker: Mary Ann Gontin

Topic: "How to Demonstrate Being a Creative Problem Solver (in an interview)"

Companies today value and seek out creative problem solvers.  People who are successful at landing and keeping jobs are able to demonstrate that they have and can be proactive in solving workplace problems.

In this presentation, Mary Ann will provide insight and suggestions on how to identify ways we have all been creative and proactive in our jobs as well as how to convey that in an interview.

Mary Ann Gontin is Managing Partner of OI Partners- Cunis & Gontin, Inc. in Connecticut.  Her firm has been providing human resource consulting services since 1974.

Mary Ann has become recognized by clients for her ability to identify organizational and individual performance issues and propose creative and practical solutions.


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