Donna Sirianni, Jeff Hoch and James Manicone collaborated together on the content of this special interactive seminar event.
In this course you will :
1. Identify your personal strengths in overcoming adversity.
2. Brainstorm new ways to embrace change in your business.
3. Explore leading yourself vs. leading others.
4. Identify key leadership qualities.
5. Discuss the impact on your life and business in giving back.
*You will also have a chance to meet and network with industry leaders around LI and Tri-State Area.All Proceeds go to the Benefit of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. LLS is on the forefront of research to eradicate Blood Cancers such as Leukemia, Lymphoma, Myeloma.
Jeff Hoch who works a Commercial Real Estate Advisor at Colliers International got involved with LLS because his father Michael Hoch passed away from Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia in 1993. He was 20 years old then and his father was 47. This year Jeff turned 47 and he is doing his campaign in the honor of his father.
Jeff has dedicated a lot of personal time to charitable efforts to eradicate cancer and help other organizations such as American Cancer Society Walk to End Breast Cancer.He has also done substantial fundraising campaigns for the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind and Long Island Cares to fight hunger in families.
James Manicone, CoFounder of JM2 Architecture, is dedicating his campaign to a childhood friend Jonathan Gamsey who passed away from Ewing Sarcoma, a very rare form of bone cancer. In the fight of his life, he was brave, always upbeat and determined. Sadly, John lost his battle with cancer on January 4th, 1987. When James thinks about his childhood, Johnathan is always with him- he had a big smile and even bigger heart.
James is also involved in a number of charitable efforts in his spare time including FREE (Family Residents and Essential Enterprises) as well as HALI (Hands Across Long Island). Last year James and his staff at JM2Architieture participated in “Canstruction”, an annual competition whereby participants in this competition build structures out of cans of food. Upon completion, the structure is viewed and then disassembled. All cans go to support the four local food banks on Long Island. His staff raised over $10,000 to purchase 6,500 cans of food for their structure.
We have all come together to deliver this unique opportunity to help businesses restart and supply some positive energy during this difficult time in our country and our area.
We look forward to having you join us for this memorable experience and best of all your attendance will help us to Fight Blood Cancers. Everyone Wins when Cancer Loses.
Warmest Regards from your hosts,
Donna, Jeff and James
(Suggested donation $100. Del Laptop to be given away.)