Gen Plus List — June 16, 2010

Lots of goodies to share with you.

Literally…goodies from Cheerios:

I’ve obviously become very label-conscious and Cheerios has made me aware of their new campaign, focused on encouraging Americans to make heart health a priority, so they can do more of what they love.  The campaign will be using real stories from active people and you get to film yourself participating in your passion or hobby.  There are Cheerios story kits available (HD video camera, two memory cards, batteries and a Cheerios cereal sample) to a small number of potential storytellers!  If you want to bring your personal story to life and have the chance to be featured on the new Cheerios website, then head to www.Cheerios.com/love  and request your own Cheerios Story Kit .

And get ready to swoon:

Remember these?  “I Say a Little Prayer”,  “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again”, “It’ Our Little Secret”…

Bacharach’s brilliant score is the epitome of the pop-Broadway hybrid, and this revival adds two of his best songs (“Say A Little Prayer” and “A House is Not a Home”) to nuggets such as “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again.”     – Elisabeth Vincentelli, New York Post

MASTERWORKS BROADWAY proudly announces the upcoming release of the New Broadway Cast Recording of PROMISES, PROMISES.  The recording is available nationwide physically and digitally on June 22, 2010 and is produced by Grammy Award winners David Caddick and David Lai.  For the first time in over forty years PROMISES, PROMISES returns to the stage starring Emmy Award winner Sean Hayes and Tony and Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenoweth.  Directed and choreographed by Tony and Emmy Award winner Rob Ashford, this new production of PROMISES, PROMISES, with Neil Simon’s funny and touching book and Burt Bacharach and Hal David’s hit-packed score, opened at the Broadway Theatre on Sunday, April 25, 2010.

PROMISES, PROMISES stars Sean Hayes as Chuck Baxter, Kristin Chenoweth as Fran Kubelik, Tony Goldwyn as J.D. Sheldrake, Tony Award winner Katie Finneran as Marge MacDougall and Tony Award winner Dick Latessa as Dr. Dreyfuss.  They lead a cast of 27 including Brooks Ashmanskas as Mr. Dobitch, Peter Benson as Mr. Kirkeby, Seán Martin Hingston as Mr. Eichelberger and Ken Land as Jesse Vanderhof.

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Based on the 1960 Academy Award-winning Billy Wilder film The Apartment that starred Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine, PROMISES, PROMISES tells the story of the Consolidated Life Insurance Company and Chuck Baxter, one of its charming young employees. In an effort to advance his career, Chuck lends executives his apartment for their extramarital romantic trysts. But things become slightly complicated when Chuck discovers Fran Kubelik, the object of his affection, is involved with one of the executives. 

PROMISES, PROMISES earned 4 Tony Award nominations including: Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical (Sean Hayes), Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical (Katie Finneran), Best Orchestrations (Jonathan Tunick), and Best Choreography (Rob Ashford) and features orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick, with music direction by Phil Reno and dance music arrangements by David Chase.

Masterworks Broadway is a label of Sony Masterworks.  For email updates and information on Masterworks Broadway please visit www.masterworksbroadway.com.

From 2Young2Retire:

Candy Spitz, LCSW, ACC, Certified Life and Career Coach, has signed on as Director of Training and Facilitator Relations.  An experienced 2young2retire facilitator, Candy will be conducting the next facilitator training starting July 21, 2010, and running five consecutive Wednesdays from 5-6:30 pm Eastern via teleclass. 

If you are a coach, social worker, career counselor or have professional experience in team building or leadership development, the 2young2retire facilitator certification is a credential that prepares you to work with people 50 and older in designing a meaningful second act.  Graduates of the training  – 270 at last count – are bringing the 2young2retire course into their places of work, community and senior centers and community colleges.  The 2young2retire program helped the City of Glendale, Arizona, win the 2009 AARP Best Employers for Workers Over 50 award, the first for a city. 

For more about Candy and the training and to sign up, visit: http://www.2young2retire.com/facilitatorform.html  and http://www.candyspitz.com/tablegen3.html  Questions about your qualifications or other matters?  Contact Howard@2young2retire.com or 401-523-0953. Registration closes July 13 and enrollment is limited. 

From Berret-Koehler:

And I’m anxiously awaiting Wander Woman: How High- Achieving Women Find Contentment and Direction (Berrett-Koehler;  
1605093513; June 14, 2010) by organizational psychologist and Master  Certified Coach Marcia Reynolds. In the book, Reynolds provides a wealth of exercises and practices so  women can better understand the needs that drive decisions, discover  
new ways of finding direction, and thoughtfully choose and plan the  future — whether climbing the corporate ladder, finding satisfaction  below the glass ceiling, or setting out on their own.  For more information please visit www.wanderwomanbook.com and follow the  author on Facebook and Twitter.  I’m interested in the “setting out on their own” section!

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