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Cornell Club of Germany Thanksgiving Event on November 24, 2022

The Cornell Club of Germany cordially invites all Ivy Circle Members to a Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, November 24 at 7:00pm at Cem Klein’s Restaurant und Bistro (Rheinblick Golfclub, Weisser Weg, 65201 Wiesbaden).

Following the dinner, David Fisher (Princeton Alumni Association) will give introductory remarks followed by a discussion on German-American relations.

Please RSVP to Christina Moisidis-Tesch (christina@moisidistesch.de) by Tuesday, November 22.

Rhein-Neckar

The Rhein-Neckar chapter is in the process of being established.

For more information and how to get involved, please contact Christian Langkamp.

We loosely cover the German Postcodes 67 (Ludwigshafen), 68 (Mannheim) and 69 (Heidelberg), but are usually well reachable from Sinsheim, Karlsruhe and Darmstadt.

The general announcements are done via our Linkedin Group as well as here.

The next meetup is on the 21st July in the Krokodil in Heidelberg at 7pm. Look forward to seeing everyone there

Thought-Leadership Workshops in May 2020

Rhea Wessel, an All-Ivy member from Columbia, is offering us her thought-leadership workshops online in May. Do you feel you are an expert in your niche, but your ideas are not being heard? Do you want to go from being an invisible expert to a visible one? If so, check out this three-part interactive series in which you will create the first draft of a thought-leadership style article for your LinkedIn page or company blog.

Note: These workshops are neither typical storytelling workshops, nor are they solely focused on thought leadership. They take you through the three steps to writing like a thought leader:

Workshop 1: Find your thought leadership niche (1.5 hours – interactive)
You will articulate your thought leadership statement.

Workshop 2: Frame your thought leadership stories (continuation – 2 hours – with live story-framing demonstration)
You will create a list of story ideas born from your thought-leadership niche

Workshop 3: Write a thought-leadership story (continuation 2-2.5 hours – small-group work)
You will write a first draft of a story for your LinkedIn profile or a webpage.

Please contact Rhea Wessel to learn about ongoing series of courses.