Making an impact in the 2018 job market
Even smart business school graduates sometimes make the mistake of believing that job searching is as uncomplicated as opening an online account.
In today’s uncertain economy job openings are harder to identify and looking for a new role requires strategic communication skills mixing social media, direct approaches, and advanced relationship building.
Looking for a new job may seem as straightforward as updating your LinkedIn profile, but in practice it can feel like you’re using the skills candidates use to get elected – gaining key information, influencing, getting noticed, recruiting ambassadors and champions.
John’s webinar will cover the following topics:
- Behaviours that slow down or accelerate job searching
- The complexities of the hidden job market
- Breaking into new sectors – organised discovery and repackaging transferable skills
- Why you don’t need to be an extrovert to communicate and influence
- Being remembered – planting messages and telling energised stories
- The power of soft networking
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John Lees | Career Transition Coach and author
John Lees is a career transition coach and has published 12 books on work and careers including the best-selling How To Get A Job You Love, now in its 9th (2017/18) edition. His books have been translated into Arabic, Georgian, Polish, Japanese and Spanish. John has degrees from the Universities of Cambridge, London and Liverpool. He has worked with a wide range of organisations on career management issues and regularly speaks at business schools across the UK.
John is a NICEC Fellow, a Fellow of the CIPD, and was a founding board member of the Career Development Institute.
Date: 18 January 2018
Time: 12.00 to 13.00 GMT
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