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Creating a Standards Based Curriculum for Social Media Job Search
Joshua Waldman, author of Job Searching with Social Media For Dummies, will expose the dangerous technology gap between you and your students. If you're messaging around social media doesn't align with their experience, you're advice could actually be hurting their chances. Joshua will show you some powerful tools you can use right now to bridge that gap. Attendees might get copies of his latest b... (MORE)
Joshua Waldman Travels From Portland, OR
How to Get and Keep a Job the Entrepreneurial Way
3 HOUR SEMINAR FOR:
Unemployment numbers are at their highest in 26 years and getting worse. Competition for jobs is stiff. I knew there was a problem when I realized that almost all of my friends and family members were out of a job. I knew I could teach them the secrets that I learned about staying employed for life, no matter how bad the economy was.
I've never used a resum... (MORE)
Julie Austin Travels From Los Angeles, CA
Tips, Secrets & Insights
In this information age, the process of finding a job has changed drastically! Economic shifts have created new challenges in getting that job.
How do you get from 250 applicants to one new hire? This program can be geared to the interviewers or the job seekers.
For the interviewer, Shelly presents tips for writing an effective ad, narrowing down the list to the strongest candidates, and us... (MORE)
Shelly Mazer - an Entertaining Motivational Speaker Travels From Los Angeles, CA
You're wasting your life if you're not enjoying your job!
Humor at Work! Quit horsing around...act your age..get back to work! Have you ever heard phrases like these at your workplace. Considering the average America spends over 70,000 hours working, it seems a shame to squander that much time being so serious. Three years of your life in business meetings, ten months commuting, nine months in traffic congestion, six months waiting for a red light to ... (MORE)
Jenny Herrick, Motivational Humorist, Keynote Speaker, RN, BAS Travels From Sioux City, IA
Making the Most of Today's Most Powerful Professional Networking Tool
Worldwide, there are over 200M (and counting) people with a profile on LinkedIn. Most of us created one there hoping to build relationships, promote our brands, grow our networks and attract new clients or opportunities, but are you truly and effectively leveraging this tool to accomplish all these things?
Business development pro and LinkedIn savant, Sandy Jones-Kaminski, offers a 60-90 minut... (MORE)
Sandy Jones-Kaminski Travels From San Francisco, CA
Career Development for Adults
In this difficult job market, job seekers must think ahead to stay ahead. Marketing YOU! Workshops provide participants with the information they need in order to take their own professional development to the next level. The workshops teach practical solutions to developing and advancing careers.
Through lessons on Self-Assessment, Goal Setting, Career Decision Making, Job Search Techniques,... (MORE)
Kimberly Ferguson Travels From Burlington, NJ
The Art of Storytelling
In today’s competitive job market, it pays to have a resume that stands out. Long gone are the days when an individual can just compile a list of activities and dates and put them on a nice sheet of cardstock paper. This seminar will teach attendees the art of storytelling and help them create expressive and most importantly, impressive resumes that will ensure they get noticed and that their na... (MORE)
Armond Mosley Travels From Philadelphia, PA
Decrease conflicts, increase employee learning with effective use of the generations within the workplace.
Tattoos, piercings (in some very bizarre places!), pants on ground, visions of self-grandeur, attention span of a gnat, that’s what a head-scratching boomer might be thinking when they are trying to communicate with their Millennial employee. All the while the Gen X and Y are viewing their Boomer working buddies as stale, boring, bossy and aggressively hanging on to a job that they are all too ... (MORE)
Kelly Smith Travels From Detroit , MI
Encouraging Employee Engagement with Gratitude
A happy employee is an engaged employee, and when companies create a culture of appreciation, it positively affects morale, productivity and bottom line profits.
In this interactive and engaging program, Lisa Ryan shares strategies to increase engagement levels so that your employees and your business thrive.
You will discover:
•The difference in economic value between an engaged and di... (MORE)
Lisa Ryan, MBA Travels From Cleveland, OH
Why recent college graduates struggle in the workplace, and what can be done about it.
This program is ideal for a faculty workshop, association conference break-out session or keynote, or a presentation in support of a college Career Week or Parents Week schedule.
There is no doubt that many recent graduates are struggling in their first jobs after graduation. Their employers complain that they have to deal with poor work ethic, lack of interpersonal and communications skills, a... (MORE)
Alfred Poor, Speaker and Writer Travels From Philadelphia, PA