A LinkedIn profile that is well-constructed will get a
lot of attention. But a profile that is poorly-constructed also attracts a lot
of attention, not in a good way. Join Donald I. Crews as he shares his best
suggestions for creating a noteworthy profile.
As a job seeker you need to
understand what your strengths are and how you add value. Talking about your strengths is often the
most uncomfortable part of an interview.
Being laid off and going through the job search process can be very hard
on your self-esteem, making it even more difficult to talk about your strengths
and accomplishments. This time, however,
can be a gift if you take the time to discover your hidden gifts and talents so
that you can leverage them in your search and on the job. Career coach and
consultant Robin Brun will share some resources and strategies for discovering
your gifts and talents so that you can interview with confidence and land the
job you want.
Be focused, clear and brutal in your job search communication. Join Bill Powell as he shares lessons learned from 30+ years of sales/marketing communications and job search consulting. Highlights include:
· Knowing yourself and your brand
· Telling your story compellingly and to differentiate yourself
job seeker needs to be ready to share their “personal commercial” with anyone
who might help them connect with their next job. The Third Thursday Networking
team will teach attendees how to develop and deliver an outstanding personal
commercial. For adults.