In today’s tough job market, you need great skills to find a new job in your career—or to be promoted within your existing company.
Last year’s 5-session program on “Supercharge Your Job Search” sponsored by the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College was so well received that I was invited to present the workshop again this year.
This intensive program is for the general public in the greater New York City area as well as for students and alumni of Baruch College—or any CUNY school. Specifically, it is targeted to those who are looking to promote their talent by mastering the skills needed for finding that new job, being noticed for advancement where they work, or transitioning to a new career. Review of resumes, practice managing awkward interview questions, and new strategies to be noticed are included in the series.
Those job seekers who attended previously found great value in the program:
- Great! After a role-playing exercise, I got instant feedback from the class and instructor on my interviewing skills.
- The class gave me the tools that I needed to start my job search.
- Sharing and doing exercises pushed me to realize the importance of networking and maintaining relationships.
The series of five-sessions will allow each participant to identify their goals, learn effective job search skills through role-plays and interactive exercises, and gain greater confidence to demonstrate a strong workplace presence. PLUS: everyone will take the Strong Interest Inventory to identify possible career paths and other assessments to improve self-awareness.
Along with being an Adjunct Instructor at Zicklin, I’m a trained executive coach who specializes in developing leaders and helping professionals identify and achieve their goals. I’ve worked with many executives to position themselves for advancement and to develop resumes that help them make a career transition.
There is a charge of $120 for this program which includes the Strong Interest Inventory and interpretation of other assessments. Class size is strictly limited.
The program will start on Wednesday, June 16, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and continue each Wednesday evening at the same time through July 14.
Registration closes on Wednesday, June 9th.
The workshop will be held in the Newman Vertical Campus, Room 9-215, of Baruch College at 24th & Lexington Avenue in Manhattan.
For further assistance and registration contact Linda Moore at (646) 312-3620 or Linda.Moore@baruch.cuny.edu.
It’s a great opportunity. Hope you can attend!