Rick Cram, a consultant and speaker who specializes in leadership and communication strategies, will speak at the January 22, 7pm – 8pm meeting of the Rotary Club of Wellesley, at the Wellesley College Club. There is a $30 light buffet available at 6:15pm before the meeting. See the Rotary Club web site for details.
About Rick Cram
Rick Cram equips leaders and their teams with proven strategies to successfully lead themselves and others through change. Based on over 30 years of consulting for hundreds of companies and speaking at 1,000 events, he has found that the people who plan to be their best when navigating change are going to be the most successful.
Combining his expertise in strategy and motivating events, Rick developed Plan to be Your Best As You Navigate Change, a methodology of eight leadership strategies which is delivered through interactive workshops. He makes conquering the draining and negative effects of change and uncertainty an engaging exercise in leadership development, sound planning, team building and done so with his own unique brand of “edutainment”.
The Rotary Club of Wellesley is one of Wellesley’s oldest community service groups and conducts local programs to benefit the Town of Wellesley.
The public is always invited to any Rotary program. Please make a reservation on the web site’s calendar or call 781-591-0759 to speak with one of our board members. All are welcome for the light buffet ($ 30 charge) and easy conversation beginning at
6:15pm. When making a reservation, please indicate if you will have the meal in the comment section of the registration. The 7:pm – 8pm meeting will address Rotary business and feature our guest speaker.
World of Wellesley MLK Breakfast at MassBay:
– Keynote Speaker Claudia Fox Tree
– Kuumba Singers of Harvard University
On January 16, the Wellesley Historical Society invites children ages 5-10 to explore “A Rainbow of Colors: The Denton Butterflies” as part of its Winter Wednesdays program. Kids can check out samples of original butterflies collected by the Denton family in the late 19th century and preserved in butterfly boxes. Crafts will include painted butterfly notecards and wooden butterfly recreations.
The Wellesley Historical Society and the Wellesley Free Library are offering Winter Wednesdays through Jan. 30. The program takes place in the children’s room of the Wellesley Main Library from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Drop in anytime; there is no need to register and no admission fee. For a full schedule of Winter Wednesday’s programs, visit www.