||Linsey Levine, MS, founder CareerCounsel
and Co-founder Career Management Partners
Taking a proactive stance to successful
career management is critical in today’s unprecedented and turbulent times.
It is critical to master the skills of effective lifetime networking and
job opportunity creation for continued career life management and business
success. Effective career management is very much like project management
in that it involves planning, implementing your plan and using the best
quality methods to achieve successful results. Finding jobs, developing
new business, and advancing careers are three of the most important processes
to which networking and career marketing skills can be learned and applied.
Studies show that in today’s uncertain business climate, most of us may
have from five to seven distinctly different careers in our lifetimes.
That means your network should always be ready and active.
This session covered the following topics:
Myths and realities of networking
Understanding the power of networking for
career and business management, including practical steps to building,
expanding and maintaining an effective network, and strategies that work
Tips for articulating what you do; ideas for
creating opportunities when there is no opening.
Nancy Hutter, MA, founder of Executive
Career Strategies and Co-founder of Career Management Partners, has an
extensive background in career consulting, executive coaching, recruiting,
and HR management. Over the past 20 years, Nancy has successfully recruited
over 200 professionals and executives and coached hundreds of executives
within diverse industries and functions.
Linsey Levine, MS, founder of CareerCounsel
and Co-founder of Career Management Partners has over fifteen years experience
in career counseling, career coaching, resume writing and recruiting. Linsey
has had a diverse career that included attorney search and placement with
Interquest, teaching, writing, and editing with Addison Wesley Publishing
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