How goes the job search? Do you believe You CAN Beat your Competition and Land that Dream Job? Our returning speakers will definitely help you step outside of the rut you’re in and finally set yourself apart so you are the one who gets noticed above others, gets the interview and better still–GETS THE JOB!
Join us for our 2018 kick-off Event!
February 27th 9-11:30 a.m.
MS, IJCDC, FAVAR-Certified in LinkedIn
Recently named to the invitation-only Forbes.com Coaches Council, Joanne Meehl has been a masters-level career strategy and job search coach for 14 years. Before that, she was with Lee Hecht Harrison in Massachusetts on the Raytheon Project, was a Marketing hiring manager with an education company, and earlier was with the Xerox Corporation as a Network Sales Consultant. She lives in Maple Grove with her husband Dave, and two dogs who continually train her in how to give them treats.
How Your ACTIVITY and CONTENT on LinkedIn Will Get You Found
More and more job hunters have better and better profiles on LinkedIn. So as a job hunter, how do you distinguish yourself so that employers find YOU?
Job Search Coach Joanne Meehl is a prolific writer on careers and other topics, and will share her secrets AND those of her Google and marketing gurus, who have taught her how using content on LinkedIn and elsewhere helps you get found — and now she’ll be sharing this with you. You’ll be hearing new ideas and tips that you can use to elevate your status in the eyes of employers AND peers.
Here are some takeaways from this session:
- Learn about the Hierarchy of Content (and Activity) that attracts Google AND hiring managers to your LinkedIn profile
- Learn about topics that you can write about, and how you can write even if you’re NOT a “writer”
- Learn do’s and dont’s about using your content
- Learn what other places will take your content, ideas and articles
- See examples of all of the above, including winning profiles
In short, don’t just “park” online — instead, DRIVE IT so that you get found! — Joanne Meehl
Awarded “Marty Dockman Merit Award” by MN Career Development Association (MCDA) for making a significant difference in lives of clients and contribution to MCDA.
As a certified Career Management Practitioner, Nancy has over 20 years experience coaching and supporting individuals and groups in career-related areas including assessment/direction, resume development, LinkedIn, job search strategies, and interviewing & negotiation skills. Nancy has taught Career Development classes at The University of Minnesota and been a Career Coach in the Carlson School of Management, Graduate Career Center. She also has extensive experience as a Senior Career Coach with a global career transition firm. Nancy is board member and past president of MCDA (Minnesota Career Development Association) and past board member of Association of Career Professionals – International (ACP). Nancy holds a Masters of Business Administration degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Vocational Education. She has attained the status of Career Management Practitioner (CMP) from the Institute of Career Certification International and is a certified MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) assessment administrator.
Informal Networking to Find Job Leads
Since 80% of jobs are found through who you know, Nancy will discuss how to convey your professional brand in social situations to gain networking contacts and job leads that fit you!
- Consider your professional brand / career focus
- How to answer casual conversational questions to focus on your next steps
- Introduce idea of “Planned Happenstance”
- Values and Interests
- Your “Sweet Spot”
Don’t miss out! Register Now! to be sure your spot is saved!
Tuesday, February 27,