Sagacent Technologies would like to invite you to the next in our ‘Trusted Advisor’ Lunch & Learn series:

“HR Risk Prevention Steps”
Thursday, February 24, 2011
from 11 AM – 1 PM

Our guest speaker, human resources consultant and founder of HR Manager To Go Consultants, Carole Edman, will present “HR Risk Prevention Steps to Protect Your Business and Retain Your Best Employees in 2011.”

Check in:  11:00 AM
Seminar: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Address: 4320 Stevens Creek Blvd,
San Jose, CA 95129
Upstairs conference room

Lunch will be provided. There is no charge for invited guests; however, advance reservations are required, as space is limited to the first 25 registrants. Please RSVP, no later than February 21 to reserve your space.

Please contact Lisa Monaco to reserve your seat:
or call (408)248-9800 extension 0

13 Year Old Interns at Sagacent

By Ed Correia, CEO, Sagacent Technologies Sagacent was pleased to host Kerry Cheng a student intern from Charter School of Morgan Hill. Their “World of Work” program allows school children to visit industries that they would like to learn more about and see what it is really like. Kerry spent most of the day with us. He started the morning with President Ed Correia learning all about our business. Then he tagged along on a field service call with Network Administrator Thomas Kaiser and finally ended the day helping to configure a new desktop computer for a client. Pretty good for only 13 years old!

Kerry also spent two full days at Cisco prior to the one day he spent with us. But after all was said and done, Kerry said that he did more, learned more and had much more fun in that one day with us than with Cisco!

Master Your Thinking and Beat Bad Moods

by Marlene Chism
used with permission –

Let’s face it; a bad mood impacts your personal effectiveness. If your mood is not kept in check you can damage important relationships in the workplace and beyond. Moods are simply a manifestation of energy.

I like Eckhart Tolle’s definition of emotion: “Emotions are the body’s reaction to the mind.” If you agree, then it makes sense that in order to beat a bad mood you must master your mindset, or your thinking.

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