"Using Social Media to Promote Your Personal Brand"
Marist Professional Women's Mentor Program presents Timmian Massie "Using Social Media to Promote Your Personal Brand". Tim is the Director of Corporate Giving at Watson Phamaceuticals, where he promotes corporate support of local charitable organizations, as well as employee involvement and volunteerism. Before joining Watson earlier this year, Tim served for 17 years as Marist's Chief Public Affairs Officer.
Archive of Past Events
2012 Information Session
Thursday, January 26
Geoffrey L. Brackett
Executive Vice President
Mentor Program Participant Reflections
Director, Academic Learning Center
Associate Athletic Director, S.W.A.
Director, Media Center
Joanne Gavin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior
Winter Solstice 2012
Communication Skills Workshop
October 3, 2011
Reviews of Laura Katen's first presentation were so good that we decided to bring her back for a longer session in order to take a deeper dive into optimizing workplace communication, how we present ourselves, and how others perceive us. The session was fun and interactive and featured role-playing exercises. Other topics Laura covered include how to be a confident presenter and how to be an effective listener.
June 27, 2011
Effective Communication/Presentation Skills
Laura Katen is a consultant who presented to the group on the elements that go into communication and how to make a great first impression. This presentation was part of MPWMP's Lunch and Learn series.
May 26, 2011
Healthy Eating/Healthy Living
Our Lunch and Learn series continued with nutritionist Evelyn Gezo, who gave the group tips on how to live a healthier life.
April 21, 2011
The Marist Professional Women's Mentor Program kicked off its "Lunch and Learn" series on April 21, 2011 with a presentation by MPWMP participants Melissa Lulay and Jennifer Unterbrink. The topic of their talk was the quarter-life crisis, whether it's a myth or reality, and how it affects new professionals. As the Millennials start to enter their 20s and 30s, there is increased awareness of the identity crisis they may experience. Given from the point of view of new professionals, this program explored characteristics of the quarter-life crisis, challenges Millennials may face, and advice for those who supervise and/or advise them.
September 30, 2010
This special event, sponsored by the President’s Office and hosted at the Oliver Hazard Payne Mansion in Esopus, was a continuation of the MPWMP multi-part education series on networking and communication skills.
This event gave participants the opportunity to practice their networking skills via multiple pairings with other participants, all while enhancing communication skills and expanding professional networks.
In addition to the networking program, this event also featured a welcome and introduction to the mansion from President Murray and a keynote address by Carol Heady. Carol is the Founder and President of Learning and Performance Solutions and a member of the Marist Professional Women's Mentor Program Advisory Committee.
July 28, 2010
"Managing Stress in the Workplace with Humor" presented by Alan Glickman
Alan believes in the healing powers of humor, and he has been creating health care humor presentations for more than 35 years. Alan is a family nurse practitioner at Emergency One, the company that manages Marist’s Employee Assistance Program.
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This professional development workshop covered the following topics:
- How and why humor benefits you both psychologically and physiologically
- How to use humor to alleviate stress and burnout
- How to use humor therapeutically in care-giving and in interpersonal relationships
November 18, 2009
2009 MPWMP Annual Luncheon and Information Session Photo Highlights
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This event marked the second year of the Marist Professional Women's Mentor Program. The luncheon included a welcome by College President Dennis Murray, reflections from pilot participants, and a keynote address by local business owner Ellyn Enisman.
Excerpts From Keynote Address:
"Many people often think that in order to be a mentor you must be in a high-powered career on the fast track, and if they're not, they have nothing to offer. This is one of the greatest myths."
"The real power of mentoring is in the relationship. In fact, mentoring IS the relationship."
"Most people think of the mentor/mentee relationship as: mentor as teacher and mentee as learner. What I want to share with you from my experience is that whatever role you enter the relationship in, you will end up being both mentor and mentee. I have learned some of the most powerful lessons from my mentees."
"I would urge you to think in terms of investment instead of time, and promise that this program will have a profound effect on all the relationships in your life."
- Ellyn Enisman, Founder of EKS Consultants, Inc.
August 25, 2009
MPWMP-Hosted Web and Audio Conference on Women's Leadership and Social Networking/Closing Ceremony for Program Pilot
April 1, 2009
Group Luncheon for Active Mentors and Mentees
January 14, 2009
Orientation Session for Participating Mentors and Mentees
2008 MPWMP Premiere Luncheon and Information Session Photo Highlights
This luncheon was the official launch and information session of the Women's Mentoring Program, which is intended to facilitate positive mentor relationships for female administrators at Marist. The luncheon featured information for potential participants as well as an exciting speaker, Pamela Perkins-Dwyer, who discussed the dual benefits of a mentor relationship.