May Chapter Meeting & Annual Luncheon: What's Mom Still Got to Do with It?
Career counselor Ilana Tolpin Levitt will be addressing us on the topic of her book What's Mom Still Got To Do With It?
"Are you unhappy at work? Do you wonder why you didn’t get that promotion? Feeling uncertain about your career choices in general? Your relationship with your mother might be the last thing on your mind as a major contributing factor to your career woes but it shouldn’t be. Exploring this connection can potentially unlock the mystery to the patterns and choices you make throughout your career. National, award-winning career counselor Ilana Tolpin Levitt brings her 26 years of experience in this groundbreaking book about the connection between women’s careers and their relationships with their moms. Learn how this relationship affects your career choices, leadership style, and why you interact with bosses and coworkers the way you do."
Contact Jane Hale by May 1 to preorder a personalized signed copy of this book for your own collection.
After our May meeting, we will celebrate 15 years of NAPO Michigan with our annual luncheon!
About the Presenter
Ilana Tolpin Levitt, M.A., M.Ed. is a clinical career counselor with over 25 years of experience in private practice in New York City and Central New Jersey. She is the 2013 recipient of the Outstanding Career Practitioner Award from the National Career Development Association. As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and with a strong background in Organizational Psychology and Human Resources, Ilana’s focus with many clients is a deep exploration of the psychological roots that impact career development and workplace dysfunction. Many of her clients struggle internal barriers that interfere with their success. For over a decade, Ilana ran mother-daughter relationship workshops with her mother who was a psychoanalyst. What's Mom Still Got to Do With It?
integrates her extensive knowledge and experience about mother-daughter relationships with her expertise in career development.
Regular Chapter meetings are a benefit of membership for Option 1 Members and Corporate Associate Members.
Guests and Option 2 Members pay $20 at the door. Ask for the Treasurer when you arrive.
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The luncheon will take place in our meeting room at the Holiday Inn, from noon until 2pm, and will be filled with with special announcements, lots of great networking time, awards and recognition, our annual board transition, lots of fun, and dessert! Cost of lunch will be $20; please RSVP to Susie Marsh by May 10.