- Do you have great leadership skills?
- Are you often asked for your advice?
- Are you connected to your community or desire to be?
- Are you looking to stand out from the crowd, advance your career, increase your income, grow and leverage your expertise, and expand your network and influence others?
- Do you appreciate the special camaraderie and personal satisfaction that comes from truly helping individuals, especially with their careers?
- Are you interested in providing an extraordinary service for your community while generating attention for your PFS Group(s), yourself and your career?
If you answered yes to all of these questions, then the Professionals for Success Meeting Director role, may be an ideal opportunity for you.
PFS Meeting Directors Qualifications:
There are five specific traits that are possessed by successful PFS Directors.
- Leadership: Connected and familiar with the local community and active in social and/or professional organizations.
- Nurturing: Genuine desire to help other people by working individually and in groups derives personal and/or professional satisfaction by assisting with achievements of each PFS group member.
- Organization: Comfortable and capable recruiting members through word of mouth, organizing events, maintain membership growth and coordinating all aspects of the PFS group’s success. Ability to commit several hours a week.
- Optimism: forward thinking and unwilling to throw in the towel. Generally upbeat and positive attitude with the ability to tap into potential of others, spreads realistic goals among the PFS members.
- Dedication: Strong desire to complete what duties a Meeting Director with excellence.
Even though it can be helpful to have management background it is not required, here is a simple list of some of the diverse professionals who make dynamic Meeting Directors.
- Public Speakers
- Sales Professionals
- Career Consultants
- Recruiters and HR professionals
- Out Placement professionals
- Public relations and advertising professionals
To start up a PFS Group:
Find three to five professionals that are from different business backgrounds and a place to meet. The PFS Regional Director will assist you in getting the group's protocols up and running. She will also do all the back-room process like invoicing and invitation to the group's meetings. PFS offers training for enthusiastic Meeting Director candidates, so if you are interested, please fill out the application and or contact the Corporate office.