The Coach Presents “How to Own the Room” at JSBL’s Meeting

Jersey Shore Business Leaders (JSBL) is sponsoring the seminar “How to Own the Room – Networking for the Bold and Brave,” at the monthly meeting of Jersey Shore Business Leaders at Harrogate,  400 Locust Street,  Lakewood, N.J., on Wednesday, February 23, 2011, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The cost is $10.00 and includes the seminar, which is open to the public; light refreshments; and networking. 

During the seminar, Chris Ruisi, Holmdel, the CEO and founder of The Coach’s Zone, a business and leadership coaching company, will detail how to productively network in any situation.  His presentation will include how to avoid wasting your time, defining what you are trying to do, controlling the conversation, and developing an action plan, among others strategies.

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 About Chris Ruisi: Chris Ruisi progressed through the leadership ranks of US LIFE Corporation during this 25 plus years with the company to become president and COO/CEO, member of the office of the chairman, and member of the board of directors.  As founder and CEO of the Coach’s Zone, Ruisi is an experienced executive and business coaching professional.  He is a sought after public speaker, focusing on direction and motivational goals that “get the job done.”

Ruisi was named “2009 Citizen of the Year” by the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce.  The video “The Faces, Colors, and Stories of Cancer” Ruisi funded, helped create, and produce won a 2010 Gold Award from the Jersey Shore Public Relations and Advertising Association.


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Frances Kirschner, owner of Frantasy Enterprises, LLC, a public relations firm in Lakewood, N.J. Frances Kirschner entered the field of public relations in 1976 when she began writing press releases for teachers and programs in the Lakewood schools. Later she wrote and coordinated all the publicity for the district. Ms. Kirschner also wrote for the Superintendent of Schools and published a bimonthly newsletter for the Board of Education until 1999. In addition, she created and marketed Frantasy Workshop, a company that created and sold social expressions, the children's book Nosey Notes, and audio cooking cassettes. Her materials were sold across the United States from 1979 - 1999. From 1993 to 2001, Ms. Kirschner was the editor of Pro Bono, a classical newsletter for Latin and Greek high school teachers and college professors. Besides her expertise in writing press releases for clients in many industries, Ms. Kirschner is experienced in proofreading, copyediting, and writing newsletters. She copyedited and proofread Visions, a magazine for the product development industry. Ms. Kirschner wrote the quarterly newsletter of the Lakewood UEZ for seven years and was also a proofreader for the magazine HR Innovator. Frances Kirschner holds a B.A. in Classical Latin and English; and two masters' degrees, one in Human Development and another in Administration and Supervision. Ms. Kirschner is also a certified trainer in the 4-MAT System, Teaching Model.
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