Workshop: “How to Create & Implement an Effective Job Search Plan”
Marty Gilbert, NSENG Founder/CEO & Job Search Coach
Mon Apr 13th, 5:30 – 8:30pm
3-hr virtual workshop… $85
Due to the Coronavirus situation, this will be an online event via the GoToMeeting platform.
If you have any questions about the workshop please email me at email@example.com… no refunds for no-shows. See below for comments from past attendees of this workshop.
Whether you’ve been job searching for 2 weeks or 2 years, this workshop will help you be more efficient with your time… more capable of creating an order to your job search tactics… more effective at reaching and marketing yourself to target companies… and more productive with distinguishing yourself in the marketplace. Virtually every job we’ve ever had has required developing a carefully laid out plan on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis. And the job search is no different. Too many job seekers jump right into their search without having defined their plan of attack and it often results in a lot of unproductive time, unfocused efforts and longer time frames to land an appropriate position. An effective job search requires a tactical routine, a prioritization process, a well-defined order of specific tasks, a targeted marketing program and a measurement criterion to help ensure that you’re optimizing your time and able to track your progress. This workshop will identify the framework and action plan that job seekers should undertake in order to develop and implement a tactical plan that maximizes your efforts, engages your audience, communicates your value and generates interviews over a shorter period of time.
During this instructional session, MARTY GILBERT, job search coach and founder of NSENG, will present his perspectives on the following topics:
- What a job search plan should contain and the order in which each initiative should be completed
- How to develop an effective weekly routine
- Setting job search goals and tracking your progress
- How to network more effectively
- Examples of resumes that are and are not effective
- How to build an ATS-compliant resume
- How to define your audience and build a target company list with key contacts
- How to develop a marketing plan that reaches your targets
- How to create more buzz on LinkedIn
There are over 70 slides to be presented so copies will not be provided. Copies of a few key slides will be distributed so please come prepared to take notes.
Here are a few comments from individuals that have attended this specific workshop:
— “This session was great– better than what I’ve gotten from Northwestern’s Kellogg career services team. You ought to be coaching them.”
— “Very helpful tips on developing the right kind of job search plan. Great advice on how to create an effective job search routine and targeted approach.”
— “Loved the structure to the presentation. It really instills a much needed discipline for those of us in a job search. Thanks for all of your advice and counsel.”
— “Marty’s experience and enthusiasm make all the difference. An excellent workshop.”
— “I’ve been through two outplacement programs that weren’t as well presented and practical as this workshop. So helpful.”
— “A very practical, tactical and well-organized presentation that’s extremely helpful. Marty’s encouraging nature is very welcoming and engaging to his audience.”
— “Fantastic workshop. I have lots of work to do but now I know what to focus on.”
Marty Gilbert is the Founder and CEO of NSENG, the largest job search networking organization in the Chicago area with over 6,000 members and 10 individuals landing new jobs each week. He brings a wealth of job search coaching experience and has helped over 1,500 middle and senior level professionals to land new jobs. Marty’s unique “marketing” approach to job search is all about positioning, branding, networking, engaging and communicating your value proposition to targeted decision-makers. He has held executive level marketing, sales and general management roles in Motorola and several middle market firms across a breadth of industries. He also served as Chief Operating Officer for STATS Inc, the sports data and analytics firm that was the genesis for the book and movie, Moneyball. Marty’s career spans over 20 years of international experience and five years of overseas expatriate assignments that include a position working in Tokyo for Dentsu Inc (the world’s largest advertising agency), where his award-winning writing regularly appeared in Time, Newsweek and Business Week magazines. You can view more about Marty’s background at www.linkedin.com/in/martygilbert.
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