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CAREER VISIONING, 30-60-90 & SUCCESS THROUGH OTHERS WITH KRISTAN COLE East Coast
$549.00 for all 3 events Career Visioning – Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 (8 am – 5 pm) & Thursday, November 15th, 2018 (8 am – 12 pm) 30-60-90 – Thursday, November 15th, 2018 (1pm – 5 pm) Success Through Others – Friday, November 16th, 2018 (8 am – 12 pm) Career Visioning provides proven hiring systems to ensure that the best and the brightest – the candidates most likely to succeed in the role – join your team and take your business to the next level. Kristan Cole will lead you through the Keller Personality Assessment tool; a simple business plan to map your vision for your future empire; mastering a comprehensive interview process that reduces the guesswork when evaluating talent and enables you to thoroughly understand and build relationship with candidates; consult on the personality assessment and set up your new hires for success with expectations and empower them. Career Visioning is the first in a series of leadership training courses designed to empower you to find, train and lead your future talent. You’ve selected amazing talent through the CV process. Now, your work truly begins! Learn how to systematically lead your new talented team member to thrive in their 20% using new plug-and-play tools and a simple four-step process. Learn how to: Create a purposeful 30-60-90 day plan that ensures your new hire masters their 20% Leverage the 30-60-90 day template and customize to your organization Set clear expectations, allowing your new hire to thrive in your organization Discover how to systematically and purposefully evaluate you hires to maximize their performance Learn how to empower your people to build their empire inside of yours Leverage key tools such as the GPS and 4-1-1 in order ot help set their vision Once your team members have nailed their 20% over the course of several years, they will have earned the chance for a new opportunity. Learn how to create a BIG VISION for your organization so that your proven talent can cultivate their vision within your organization.

When: Nov 14, 2018 8am in Lexington, MA
Free Meeting Offering Support for Food Addiction
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is a free Twelve Step recovery program for anyone suffering from food obsession, overeating, under-eating, bulimia or other food-related issues. There is a free meeting open to anyone interested in learning more on Wednesday nights at 7- 8:30 pm at St. Brigit, Parish Center, 1995 MA Avenue (Room 10), Lexington, MA 02421. All are welcome. The meeting happens every week. For more information about FA or for local meetings in your area, please visit: www.foodaddicts.org or contact FA directly via email: fa@foodaddicts.org or phone: 781-932-6300 between 10am - 5pm EST

When: Nov 14, 2018 7pm in Lexington, MA
Waldorf School of Lexington Speaker Series - Redefining the Family Table
Featuring: Mia Moran, author of Plan Simple Meals: Get More Energy, Raise Healthy Kids, and Enjoy Family Dinner Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 Co-sponsored by: Waldorf PCA and Lexington Community Education Create a stress-free kitchen on school days, workdays and holidays. With long work hours, after-school activities and easy take-out options, the odds are stacked against busy families trying to live healthy lives. We end up with picky kids who have a hard time falling asleep, and overwhelmed parents who end up resenting time at the grocery store and in the kitchen. Author Mia Moran is passionate about food and provides solutions that help the whole family eat clean and together. When this happens, kids thrive at home and at school, and parents connect more deeply with their children, find ease in the kitchen, and many times experience more clarity at work. Mia Moran is a gluten-free mom of three, local author, and speaker who makes time to eat right—and shows time-strapped families how they can too. She is creating a movement of parents who embrace healthy living through small, doable changes.

When: Nov 14, 2018 7pm in Lexington, MA
Toastmasters Of Lexington
Gain confidence to speak easily and comfortably in front of other people! Hone your existing presentations skills! Make new friends and expand your professional network! If English is your second language, many others in your situation have found this group and this meeting to be a safe and supportive ennvironment to practice and get comfortable speaking English with others.  Meeting lasts an hour, there's lots of parking, get there a bit early to say hello. RSVP, or just show up. Every Thursday at noon--except around holidays--call first.

When: Nov 15, 2018 12pm in Lexington, MA
Wine Dinner featuring the wines of Australia
Please join us for a very special evening as we celebrate the art of winemaking with Old Bridge Cellars and the Wines of Australia. Enjoy Executive Chef Stacy Cogswell’s five-course seasonal menu that perfectly complements the flavor profiles of the wines. Old Bridge Cellars represents winemak[...]

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When: Nov 15, 2018 6:30PM in Lexington, MA
Cost: $125.00 per person plus tax & gratuity
Early Ducks and Late Season Summer Migrants
Saturday November 17, 2018
9AM until 11AM

The Arlington Res and adjacent farm fields may be the best place in Lexington for bird variety. This walk will be looking for early arriving ducks and lingering fall migrants. Meet at the Arlington Res parking lot off of Lowell Street.

Walk Leader: John Andrews: jandrews166@gmail.com, 781-382-5658)



When: Nov 17, 2018 9am to Nov 17, 2018 11am in Lexington, MA
Waldorf School of Lexington Information Session
See WSL in action! Tour the school, visit classes in session, meet faculty and the School Director. WSL is a place where teachers look students in the eye, shake their hand, and make a personal connection every day as school begins. This is just one aspect of our unique school culture and curriculum. Come see the Waldorf difference. Adults only; registration required. Wednesdays from 8:45–10a.m. November 14, Nursery & Kindergarten January 30, Nursery & Kindergarten March 13, Grades 1–8

When: Nov 24, 2018 8:45AM in Lexington, MA
YIP Lexington Family Orientation
The Foundation for MetroWest invites you and your student to join us at the Lexington Youth in Philanthropy Family Orientation! This event will precede your students' first YIP meeting and will share informaiton about Youth in Philanthropy, program impact, and the importance of philanthropy in the MetroWest region.  We kindly ask that you RSVP to guarantee enough space for everyone. If you are unfortunately unable to make the orientation, but have questions or would like to speak to someone about the program, please do not hesitate to contact Julie Williams, Program Officer, at 508-647-2260 or jwilliams@foundationformetrowest.org.

When: Nov 28, 2018 6:30PM in Lexington, MA
Voices on the Green - Journeys to Justice
Voices on the Green, First Parishs series of live performances centered around themes that explore our human experience, begins its third year with Journeys to Justice. Through reflection, stories and music, this program will consider how we learn to work for our vision of a better world for all people. A TED-type talk by Adam Foss will introduce the theme. Adam is a former Assistant District Attorney in the Suffolk County District Attorneys Office in Boston. He is a fierce advocate for criminal justice reform and the importance of the role of the prosecutor in ending mass incarceration. Storytellers for the evening include Stephen Shick, Marianne Boswell, Beatrix Klebe, Larry Prusak, Ben Soule, Debbie Weiner, and Shana Yansen, Their journeys will take us as far as New Orleans and Honduras and as near as Boston and Lexington, as they share what they learned about the world, themselves, and the struggle for justice. Music will be provided by Mark David Buckles and Matt Myer, a great musical duo who perform original music and rearrangements of popular songs with art and soul. Mark is a conductor, composer, singer, music educator and multi-instrumentalist. He serves as Director of music at Arlington Street Church in Boston, as Music Director of The Sanctuary Boston, and as Lecturer and Affiliated Artist of Music Theory at MIT. Matt is a percussionist with a degree in hand drumming from Berklee College of Music who has studied in Cuba, Ghana, and Central America. He has performed with Ysaye Barnwell (of Sweet Honey in the Rock), Pete Seeger, Emmas Revolution, Peter Mayer, Jim Scott, Nick Page, the Halalisa Singers, Samba Tremeterra, and Bloco de Afrobrazil. First Parish member (and Board Member) David Rose will be master of ceremonies. There will be a children's program at the same time with Marlon Carey--poet, educator, performer, and parent. Doors open at 6:30pm. An intermission will allow for conversation with refreshments and music.

When: Nov 30, 2018 7pm to Nov 30, 2018 9pm in Lexington, MA
Cost: 5 - 20 USD
The Wallflowers
When: Nov 30, 2018 8pm in Lexington, MA