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OPTIONS - IN PERSON or Virtual: SELF-TALK Matters: How the Messages We Carry Impact Our Job Search and Life PUBLIC WORKSHOP

  • 11/10/2021
  • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Attend virtual or in-person: 703 West Monroe, Chicago, IL 60661

Registration

  • Included in Membership

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BOTH meeting options available:

Join us In-Person (711 West Monroe) or via Zoom

If you chose to come in Person - Covid Protocol:

If Vaccinated: present your CDC vaccination card prior to building entry.

If Unvaccinated: Provide Covid PCR or Rapid Test dated 72 hours prior to building entry.

Masks must be worn at all times.

For assistance contact Anita Jenke, Executive Director at 312-906-9908 or acjenke@yahoo.com

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SELF-TALK Matters:

How the Messages We Carry Impact Our Job Search and Life 

Guest Speaker: Rick Wemple

Rick Wemple is a Running Coach; Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, including a specialization in Behavior Change; and a Mental Skills Coach.

A native of Dayton, Ohio, Rick started his career as a track & field athlete at Yale University where he earned a degree in Biology.  Wemple held school records in the mile (4:04.54) and the 1500 meters (3:42.09) as well as the Distance Medley Relay and 4x800 meter relay, and earned All-American honors in cross country in 1991.  Rick earned a master’s degree in Exercise Science from Ohio State University in 1994 and returned to Yale to work in an exercise physiology lab and volunteer coach for the cross country and track & field teams.  Rick coached at Brown University from 1998-2005 before moving to Chicago to coach at Lewis University (2005-06) and finally Loyola University (2006-2011).

Rick knows a thing or two about losing a job.  He was let go from Loyola University in 2011.  His workshop at CTC is based on the tools and techniques he benefitted from to foster and grow his self-esteem and confidence that resulted in the growth and success of his private coaching business.  The basic foundation is identifying all of our gifts/talents/treasures inside us, and by affirming those on a regular basis, seeing our decisions and actions lead us towards inner peace, fulfillment and abundance.

If you have any questions about accessing the workshop please contact:

Tracy Patton, Client Services Coordinator (Cell: 312-882-3089 or info@ctcchicago.org)

Blanche Roberts, Program and Coaching Director (Cell: 773-983-1369 or broberts@ctcchicago.org)

Anita Jenke, Executive Director (Cell: 708-785-1938 or ajenke@ctcchicago.org)


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