Austin Jewish Business Network Teaches Attendees to Express Power
By Jennifer Lava
Austin Jewish Business Network’s next speaker and networking event will feature Janet Zaretsky, master business success and executive coach, who will present “Express Your Power” Feb. 20.
“Is what you leave people with, the impression you want to leave?” Zaretsky asks her audience.
From crafting a unique, memorable introduction, dress, body language and what one says all leave people with an impression. In this interactive talk, the audience will examine and elevate the way in which they represent themselves and create a “Power Profile.” Zaretsky is a master at helping people express themselves as the powerful and unique professionals they are.
A master business success and executive coach, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Zenith Business and I Am Empowered Woman, Zaretsky’s accomplishments include serving 21 years as a registered nurse, certification in behavioral style instruments and working as an enhanced conversational intelligence coach.
She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and former senior program leader for Landmark Worldwide. As a master business success coach and strategist, Janet has led programs and coached more than 31,000 people in the past 21 years.
Janet is the author of the book “Where'd My Confidence Go... And How Do I Get It Back?” and can be heard on iTunes podcast, Climbing the Pillars of Power.
AJBN invites to the event all Jews, those partnered with Jews and Shalom Austin members. AJBN welcomes people in all fields and professions, people hiring, people looking for work, people providing services, entrepreneurs, those who work for others, those new in town and who have been living in Austin for years. Bring business cards, promotional materials or resumes to share.
AJBN’s monthly networking and educational meetings are on the third Tuesday of each month from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Frisco Diner, 6801 Burnet Road, in the glass atrium on the Burnet Road side of the building.
AJBN has no cover charge or room fee, but attendees are required to order a meal, not just a drink or dessert, while enjoying an evening of networking, education, camaraderie and door prizes. The Frisco is an Austin original, has a great menu and serves alcohol. There will be table service and separate checks. Attendees are asked to generously tip the staff. ■
To RSVP and for complete details of all AJBN meetings and events, visit www.meetup.com/Austin-Jewish-Business-Network. For more information about AJBN, visit www.austinjbn.org or www.linkedin.com/groups/Austin-Jewish-Business-Network-Austin-92799. Contact Jody Lockshin, chairman, at Jody@HabitatHunters.com with questions, to donate door prizes or to speak.