This month's spooky CC Update

Oct 31, 2014


Happy Halloween: Here's your haunted update

Hope you can take the time to connect members to a frighteningly good opportunity and here are some eerily informative updates to keep you in the loop for your life and career transitions:

Can CC Members take the time to share job opportunities?

With roots in tech, Sandra Pakosh desires to continue a meaningful career contributing to business and society. Over the past few years, Sandra has been an advocate and steward for the environment at Ontario Electronic Stewardship (Ontario’s e-waste diversion program); providing communication planning and support to stakeholders and business operations while promoting/educating the consumer and business public on managing end-of-life electronics responsibly. Sandra has been a trusted manager, empathetic communication advisor to staff and leadership at a variety of top tier and emerging private and public/non-profit brands—including tech giants Hewlett-Packard, Compaq, EDS and Systemhouse. She has a passion for helping manage reputation and brands, strategic positioning, transformation, productivity and impact initiatives using integrated marketing/PR and social media marketing. Of note, she has celebrated accolades of marketing, cause and advertising/PR industry awards with her agency partners and teams, and in 2012 also achieved recognition as an accredited business communicator (ABC designation) through International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
She is looking to transition to innovative and growth firms where experience is desired, and in areas such as reputation management (integrated PR), health/wellness, environmental services or financial services with a client or agency/firm. She is also open to on demand or consulting contract work. You can see her bio and contact her at: or email her at
Learning and networking opportunities for leaders:

Roundtable for Leaders Information Webinar– Learn more about their innovative approach to leadership development. Join them for a complimentary information webinar to find out about the Roundtable for Leaders peer mentoring and coaching program – and hear directly from former program participants who will answer your questions and share their experiences.

Here are their upcoming e-Roundtables (ask them about CC discount)
Why Your Networks Determine Your Net-Worth– Friday October 31, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Be Wildly Successful Without Being a Jerk – Friday November 28, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Also, here is their new address: Effective immediately you can find us in our awesomenew location at:

433 - 366 Adelaide St. E.
Toronto, ON   M5A 3X9 

Google Hangouts Life and Career Update: Chatting with Marcie Pollack

In case some of you CC Members are interested, you can catch an interview with Marketers on Demand President, Marcie Pollack. She talks about trends with recruitment, resumes and job searches for older workers:
You can also check out current opportunities at:

Career Opportunities website:
Also, on the job front, in case you are not aware of this site, here is another job search site and it’s called Career Aim. The address is

Looking to run your own show: Here's a business opportunity for you:

An opportunity to invest in the fastest-growing fitness lifestyle in North America
Last week members of Pure Barre’s leadership team were in Toronto to network with prospective franchise owners of the first Canadian Pure Barre location.
Pure Barre is the largest, longest established barre franchise in North America. Established in 2001 and growing every year with more than 250 studios currently operating across the United States, Pure Barre is simply the fastest, most effective, and safest way to change the shape of your body.  

Toronto, the largest metropolitan market in North America, is the natural next step for Pure Barre to bring its well-established presence north. The city has an appetite and appreciation for boutique fitness and community-based workouts.
In addition to the popular barre classes offered, each studio sells high-end retail and accessories making each Pure Barre studio more than just a workout facility, but also a retail destination. Studios sell Pure Barre branded products, as well as products from an exclusive list of vendors and partners.
Clientele by the numbers
•    85% are women
•    80% are between the ages of 25-54
•    83% are homeowners 74% have attained college degrees, which is 2.5 times the national average
•    76% have an average household income greater than $75,000, which is nearly 3 times the national average;
•    52% have an average household income greater than $125,000
•    70% have above average to excellent credit
To find out more about owning a Pure Barre franchise:

Enjoy some 'treats' this ghostly day and make the time to work on a goal that makes you fall ghoulishly great!

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