Live Networking Event Detail

Networking in Cincinnati

Wednesday, August 01, 2018
11:45 AM - 1:30 PM
Cost: Non-Member $25

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Contact: Christine Lewis
Call: 513-366-3771
Deadline is July 31, 2018 12:00 PM
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Host: Mike Sipple, Jr.
Place: Northern Kentucky Chamber of
Third Floor Meeting Room, Suite 330,
300 Buttermilk Pike,
Ft. Mitchell ,
KY 41017
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Payment will be refunded if cancellation is received three days prior to meeting.
Dress is business / business casual.

About the Facilitator:

Mike Sipple, Jr., Vice President, Executive Recruiter & Business Advisor

Known as one of the leading 'connectors' in the industry, he is actively involved in assisting client companies in a variety of industries and locations. Thousands of leaders have benefited from his advice, guidance, connections and coaching. Leaders and companies utilize his first-hand knowledge and insights in the areas of organizational redesign, succession planning, talent acquisition strategies to ensure successful change and growth, building teams from the top down, understanding employment brand loyalty, gaining insights on retention challenges and recruiting / talent market trends.

Mike's personal experience with leadership transition and change management at Centennial uniquely positions him with an insider's perspective. Gifted with an outstanding ability to understand and leverage Centennial's 4C Recruiting Process �, he consistently uncovers exceptional talent and is passionate to help his clients advance their organizations, teams and careers.

Furthermore, Mike's competitive nature drives his enthusiasm for Centennial, his family, his community, and athletics. Baseball great and change agent Jackie Robinson said "Life is not important except for the impact it has on others." Mike Sipple, Jr. couldn't agree more with this principle.

Mike has a passion for being an authentic lifelong learner, striving to be a servant leader to his wife, children, family and friends and focusing on making a difference in the lives of those around him.

Centennial -
Since 1975 our mission has stayed the same�connecting business leaders with the best talent and resources to improve their businesses, careers and personal lives.

Organizations and leaders turn to Centennial because they know they can trust our team to deliver solution-focused services and results. We assist client companies who are experiencing change and growth to hire their best people and develop their top talent.

Our path to success is really quite simple:
  • We respect people.
  • We build relationships.
  • We meet and exceed goals and objectives.
  • We provide solutions.
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Meeting Topic:

Explore the 9 Enneagram Personality Types--and discover which one best describes you

Presented by Centennial and FranNet Leadership Events and the Talent Magnet Institute. The Enneagram is more than a personality test. Rather, it is a framework for living that dives deep into core motivations, hopes and fears that often housed unconsciously within our personality. Knowing your Enneagram type will help you gain an even greater understanding into yourself, and how and why you approach situations in both business and in your personal life. Join us August 1 as Enneagram expert and renowned business consultant Pam Gilchrist leads us through the Enneagram. Registered guests will receive a link to a shortened version of the Enneagram to take in advance. Pam will then explore each of the 9 Enneagram types, plus guide us through a fun networking exercise. Lunch will be served—and Mike Sipple Jr., president of Centennial, will introduce Centennial's new "sister" company, the Talent Magnet Institute. Hope you can join us!

Meeting Summary:

What makes these meetings special?
ExecuNet networking meetings focus solely on helping you improve your networking skills, increase your contacts, and give direction to your job-search efforts. In these productive working sessions you will also receive feedback, suggestions, and referrals that will improve the quality and productivity of your career advancement activities. We start off each meeting with a brief, infomative presentation on a relevant facet of executive career management. Guest speakers have included "landed" executives, sharing their success secrets; an entrepreneurial panel; and career professionals providing expert advice on resume development, networking strategies, recruiter relationships, interviewing, and more.

What to bring?
  • Prepare a one-minute summary of your background.
  • What is important in your search for a new opportunity.
  • bring business cards and copies of your resume or target list to exchange with other participants
  • Come prepared with questions about your career transition you'd like answered.
    Specific ways that others can help you achieve your career goals.


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