Career Management Webinar Series: A Resume (Alone) Won't Cut it Anymore
July 21, 2011: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Employed or unemployed, if your only tool is a resume, you might never be found by hiring decision makers, recruiters, or human resources. Participants will leave with clear instructions and "how to" directions to compose several different marketing materials.
Learn about the "T" letter and how it shoots your application past screening. Find out how a "Special Report" can boost you to top rankings for visibility. Discover what the critical elements of a "Magnetic" LinkedIn profile are. Get advised on a one-time interview follow up preparation can make or break a hiring decision.Create your own building blocks, called "PARs" from which you can manufacture your personal career brand and reputation.Boost your networking by substituting a "Handbill" for a resume. Be surprised to finally learn why everyone tells you to change your resume.
This event is part two of the Career Management Webinar Series.
July 14: Move Your Career Forward -- Change One Thing
Big [and small] career changes usually come about through a series of steps. In this webinar, we'll help you to get clarity about your ideal situation, then identify one thing that you would like to change-and have you take a bold step toward making that ideal into your new reality. Learn more >
July 21: A Resume (Alone) Won't Cut it Anymore
Employed or Unemployed, if your only tool is a resume, you might never be found by Hiring Decision Makers, Recruiters, and HR. Participants will leave with clear instructions and "How To" directions to compose several different marketing materials.
July 28: Negotiating Salary in a Tough Economy
Everyone wants more money; few know how to ask. Negotiation is not just in Job interviews, but on the job, too. If you EVER plan to go on a job search or a raise negotiation, you owe it to yourself to attend this webinar. Learn more >
$11 for students, members, and their guests
$21 for nonmembers and their guests
Includes a copy of Jack Chapman's book "Negotiating your Salary: How to Make $1000 a Minute"
Borislava Karageorgieva, '04