Career Actions Ministry Meeting
Meets most first and third Saturdays, 9:30-11:30 a.m., Fellowship Hall, Mountain View Campus
Topic: Strengthening Resilience at Every Age
Speaker: Marcia Davis-Cannon
About the Topic:
Resilience, the ability to bounce back from adversity, is a muscle you can strengthen at every age. Join Career Transition Coach Marcia Davis-Cannon for this practical, experiential workshop to build your own resilience.
Learn how to reframe the narrative in your head, build your feelings of competence, and find the silver linings in traumatic events. Strengthen your resilience muscle on the spot!
About the Speaker:
Marcia Davis-Cannon had a 20-year corporate career in operations, finance and product management before following a new calling. She has an MBA from Wharton and a coaching certificate from Western Seminary. Marcia is a career transition coach, and also director of large group meetings for Career Actions Ministry and an officer and mentor for her Toastmasters International club. Marcia brings a passion for helping people work through barriers to get in touch with their purpose and take action to find work that is meaningful. She offers private coaching as well as leading “Uncover Your Calling” and “Uncover Your Narrative” groups.
The Career Actions Ministry (CAM) desires to bring the love of Jesus Christ, during these difficult times, to Menlo Church members, their families and friends and all others who are facing the challenges of job transition. CAM is for both job seekers and employed “Good Samaritans” who want to help.
For job seekers, we offer a multi-faceted program of large group meetings, small Success Teams, and the opportunity to join a web-based service called the Career Actions Network. Start by attending a large group meeting. The aim of the large group meeting is to provide practical training on job search skills and networking.