How to Get to “Hired!”
To me, there is no better satisfaction than the feeling you get after you accomplish something difficult. The more difficult the challenge, the greater the thrill. There is something magical about hearing your inner voice say, “Good job.”
If you live in or around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, mark your calendars for Tuesday, May 21 at 9:30 AM. I will be delivering two dynamite presentations that you don’t want to miss, especially if you are seeking to improve your place in your career.
One of the most difficult things to do in our world today is find gainful employment. It is impossible to do a good job until you get the job in the first place. And that’s where I can help!
I haven’t looked for a job in over 14 years. But throughout that time, I have constantly been seeking to contract with companies and organizations selecting a professional speaker for their important event. I’ve learned a lot about how to present myself that I can share with everyone looking for a job. So Networks for Training and Development in Philadelphia has hired me to share my experiences with you at the 14th Employment Supports Symposium, May 21st at 9:30 am at the Hyatt Regency Penn Station
In my opening keynote presentation, “Getting the Job Done Together,” I’ll teach you some memorable strategies that will build your inner strength and allow you to face the workforce with confidence. If you attend, I guarantee that you will change some beliefs that will become evident when you present yourself potential employers. You’ll learn a new way to evaluate your career goals, how to define your skills and how to become relentless in the pursuit of your dream job.
In my afternoon breakout session, “How to Work A Room,” you will learn how to make the best use of networking functions. I will reveal my “10 Secrets for What to do in Advance.” I will share my best-practices for effectively interacting in a networking environment. And I will teach you how to follow up after the meeting to make certain you are remembered. We will actually be doing some networking, so please come with your business card and an open mind.
The Symposium is a state-wide cross-disability event focusing on increasing employment for individuals with disabilities. But even if you aren’t directly connected to the disability experience, I guarantee you will still learn difference-making strategies at both my presentations. This year’s Symposium theme is “Employment 1st: Communities at Work!” Join us as we rediscover the power of our community networks and connections that are key to increasing employment opportunities for ALL!
To register, go to the Networks for Training & Development registration web site.
I’m looking forward to networking with you!