Week 1 – It all starts with discovering what makes you desirable and “hire-able” – your professional brand. What do you want people who might help or hire you to know and remember about you? Create a Value Statement promoting the value you bring to a prospective employer.
Week 2 – Hone your networking style and identify several networking opportunities. Are you an introvert, an extrovert, or do you fall somewhere in between? Different temperaments call for different approaches to networking. You’ll learn about your style and some of the self-defeating thinking that may be holding you back. You’ll “un-learn” thoughts and behaviors that might be holding you back, focusing instead on better approaches and practices.
Week 3 – Now that you know what to say, how to say it and to whom, you’ll learn to be of service to others and build relationships that are sustainable and have value for both parties. Remember, the goal of networking is to build connections (two-way relationships), not to ask for a job.
Networking is today's most effective way in increasing your career/ business opportunities.
Career Transition Clients and the Public are welcomed. A modest fee covers sessions and materials.
Cost is $145 for the Public and $115 for CTC clients.