For over 25 years, Executive Networking Group (ENG) has been a leading resource for executive careers in and around Chicago. ENG, provides a support system to help mid to senior level leaders find their ideal next step, as well as monthly workshops and networking opportunities to assist members in updating skills. 

This program offers an incredible pool of proven management talent in all functional disciplines for both consulting projects and full-time positions.  Annual Member Fee, $150, One-time visitor pass, $20, Five-time visitor pass, $75

JOIN ENG!

The Executive Leadership Alliance is comprised of ENG members who are CEO, COO, CMO, CFO, CIO, etc. individuals.  If interested in joining this group, please contact a member of the Community Career Center Staff.  


EXECUTIVE NETWORKING GROUP | SKILLS WORKSHOP

Executive Networking Group Skills Workshops are held at the Schaumburg Library (130 South Roselle Road, Schaumburg) from from 9:30-12:00. This meeting is for Executive Networking Group members only.  

Thursday, March 21, 2019
9:30am 
Schaumburg Library 

"INTERVIEW STRATEGY USING A PROFESSIONAL PORTOFOLIO"

Standing out from other candidates and showing a prospective employer 'proof' of your capabilities and talents can sometimes be frustrating during the interview process.  Often interviewers are not good at understanding your best attributes and how they fit the company.  Frank Moriarty has developed a way to highlight your strengths, and help you control the interview by using a more visual tool, the Professional Portfolio, as part of your Interview Strategy. Join Frank as he shares; why you need a Professional Portfolio in this business environment, how to build this tool to highlight your experience, how to use it to your best advantage during the interviews, and why it will put YOU in the best position to get that next dream job. Frank Moriarty has spent most of his career as a Client Engagement Director, identifying client issues and developing programs and solutions to fit their needs.  He has worked for some large companies, Motorola, RSM McGladrey, and FIS and across numerous industries including; Manufacturing, Technology, Finance, Professional Services, and Banking. After developing thousands of client presentations, he has incorporated many of those winning strategies into a tool for individuals in transition; the Professional Portfolio.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Frank Moriarty has spent most of his career as a Client Engagement Director, identifying client issues and developing programs and solutions to fit their needs.  He has worked for some large companies, Motorola, RSM McGladrey, and FIS and across numerous industries including; Manufacturing, Technology, Finance, Professional Services, and Banking. After developing thousands of client presentations, Frank has incorporated many of those winning strategies into a tool for individuals in transition; the Professional Portfolio.


EXECUTIVE NETWORKING GROUP | NETWORK MEETING

Executive Networking Group meetings are held at the Arlington Heights Library (500 North Dunton Avenue, Arlington Heights) from 12:15-4:30 and are open to the public.  Please bring 25 handbills/business cards for networking.  ENG Members are free, Guests are $20.

Thursday, April 11, 2019. 
Networking-12:15, Speaker-1:00
Arlington Heights Library - Hendricksen Room

"The Leadership Tinderbox-Lessons in Leadership"

Research indicates that there are specific behaviors that will drive a leader to success, or lead them towards mediocrity.  Three key lessons in leadership will be shared, that are imperatives for those leaders looking to grow in their impact and level of success.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: 

Barbara Wichman has developed and facilitated hundreds of programs for thousands of people around the globe. She is a sought out professional speaker at industry, organization and professional conferences. Leading global change, strategy and development teams to promote growth and positive momentum has provided a rich ground of experience for real-life learning and thought leadership to draw upon. Barbara has over 20 years of deep global practitioner experience, leading talent and organizational development teams, change projects and strategic projects.