December 11th @ 12:00 pm EST (9:00 am PST, 10:00 am MST, 11:00 am CST)
If you are not obtaining results from your job search, you may need to identify other options and job targets. During this session we will discuss the following:
- How you determine if it’s your targets or you
- What skills you possess that are most transferable to other careers
- The best way to position yourself to a new target
FREE… Go Here to Register and click on the WEBINAR Tab. Then clicking on the event and then register by clicking the webinar registration link for each event listed.
This is the perfect time of year to remember reasons to be grateful.
It’s often hard to remember your endless talents and skills, or even think about being grateful when you’ve been in a job search longer than you anticipated. It is easy to get down on yourself and often feel negative or depressed. If you allow these thoughts and feelings to affect your attitude it will sabotage your search.
Take time to think of a time when you felt the best about yourself. Remember the exact day, where you were and how you were feeling about yourself. This confident, happy person is the individual that needs to conduct your job search. You’re that same person just under different circumstances.
Take out a piece of paper and write down your talents, your personality traits, your accomplishments and every positive characteristic that describes you. Whenever rejection or disappointments get you down remember to pull out that list.
You are an extremely talented person who deserves to find an opportunity that represents your next logical career move. Never forget that fact as you progress on your job search journey!
How Do You Follow Up If You’re Not Hired?
July 18 @ 3:00 pm EST (12:00 pm PST, 1:00 pm MST, 2:00 pm CST)
If you are frustrated by a lack of feedback or advice after you were interviewed, but not hired, this Webinar is a must attend.
* Learn why employers often don’t provide feedback
* Learn who should receive your follow up contact
* Learn when and how you should follow up
* Learn why your follow up can benefit your job search
Should You Stop Interviewing, If You Become Underemployed?
July 26 @ 11:00 am EST (8:00 am PST, 9:00 am MST, 10:00 am CST)
This is a moral dilemma facing many job seekers. Whether you are anticipating accepting a lower paying position or are currently underemployed, does it hurt your future job searches if you continue to interview? This session will include:
* The pros and cons of your options
* An employer’s perspective of your decision
* What is in your best interest?
Go to our Career Portal to register.
Attend picnics, parades, parties and firework displays on July 4th (US). The holiday is on a Wednesday, which really cuts into celebrations. Some people will celebrate the weekend before, some on the holiday itself and others the following weekend. This provides you with endless opportunities to network with new people. The great thing about this particular holiday is that most events are free. You never know who could open that all important door to a hiring authority who could provide you with a job offer!