December 2019 Quarterly Event- It's Never Too Late to Recalculate
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When: Thursday, December 5, 2019
11:30 AM-12:30 PM Networking | 12:30 - 2:00 PM Lunch & Program
Where: State Room
60 State Street
Boston, Massachusetts  02109
United States
Contact: Melissa Striharsky

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The Boston Chapter is excited to announce the final Quarterly Event of the year. These Quarterly Events provide Chapter Members and certain Business Partners access to high level speakers and education.
We encourage you to invite guests from your firm to join you (for a nominal fee) to hear renowned speakers from around the country.

CLM® Application Credit: 1 hour in Organizational Development 

CLM® Recertification Credit: 1 hour in the subject area of Communications and  Organizational Management  (CM)

December 2019 QUARTERLY EVENT 
Its never too late to recalculate - with The GPS Girl® Karen Jacobsen




Program Description:  
Is your organization in a time of transition?
Do you find it difficult to Navigate Change?
Are you comfortable Recalculating through any change?

Then you have Reached Your Destination. Karen Jacobsen, The GPS Girl® is as at-home in front of a conference audience as she is on center stage at a stadium. Her one-woman keynote presentation “Recalculate - Directions for Driving Performance Success" is an experience designed to support leaders in navigating change powerfully and making effective decisions.

The GPS Girl’s guidance will be of most value if:
1.It is important that you and your colleagues be able to navigate change powerfully.
2.You are ready to learn how to recalculate through any challenge.
3.You want to be entertained and inspired by "the only woman men will take directions from" while discovering how to listen to your Inner GPS.

Most memorably, you and your colleagues will listen to directions like they never have before in The GPS Girl’s Aussie accent.

The GPS Girl’s Recalculate presentation is designed to do three things:
• To give you the "5 Directions for Recalculating” process.
• To build the ability to be solution-oriented and create a solution-oriented culture.
• To increase your ability to drive results.

The GPS Girl® reveals how she navigated her way from the Great Barrier Reef to the Big Apple, overcoming chronic anxiety and financial disaster to become:
• A voice in over a billion GPS and smartphone devices worldwide.
• An award winning performer, singing The Star Spangled Banner at major sporting events at Madison Square Garden, Dodger Stadium and Fenway Park.
• Founder of the empowerment brand The GPS Girl® and Author of two books.

With the combination of Karen’s voice and the message It Is Never Too Late To Recalculate, this is the one show they will never forget; leaving everyone engaged with their potential, and with long term tools to implement immediately.

About Karen Jacobsen: At the age of seven in small town Australia, Karen Jacobsen saw Olivia Newton-John on television and knew what she wanted to do with her life. She wanted to become a professional singer and move to America. Today, Karen speaks, sings and motivates people on stage, on screen and in the recording studio. Aussie born and New York based, Karen’s speaking voice is in over 400 million GPS units and smartphones worldwide giving directions. From this one voice-over booking she created her empowerment brand “The GPS Girl”, teaching the five directions for “recalculating" in business and life. An award-winning Singer and Songwriter, Karen's musical career highlights include: sharing the bill with Norah Jones, Neil Sedaka and Christopher Cross and singing the national anthem at major sporting events including 80, 000 people at Giants Stadium for the New York Jets. A TEDx speaker, Karen has enjoyed wide media coverage including the NBC Today Show, ABC World News Tonight, the CBS Early Show, The New York Times, NY Daily News, Glamour magazine, being named one of People Magazine's Most Intriguing People and she hosts her own web series "Navigating New York with The GPS Girl®". Karen's voice is in demand in the studio as a Voice-Over artist recording customized voice systems and advertising campaigns, and live as an entertainer and speaker for Corporate events around the globe. As an Author, Karen’s journal book "The GPS Girl's Road Map for Your Future” gives direction for getting more of what you want in business and life.

Learn more here.


Holiday Drive
This holiday season the Chapter is once again partnering with Bridge Over Troubled Waters in organizing a “Stuff a Backpack” drive!  Your Community Engagement Committee will be on hand at the Chapter’s quarterly event to collect cash donations for the drive.  To purchase backpack supplies and for more information on the “Stuff a Backpack” drive visit  If you are unable to purchase supplies, we still encourage you to join us on December 16th for the stuffing social.


The Chapter will vote on the proposed Bylaws amendment at this Quarterly Event, on December 5th. Complete details of the ALA International imposed changes and the proposed amendments are available online here. 


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