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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Cut Job Search Time - Networking, Proven Techniques; Reach Out Job Search-11/11 @ 6PM EST

Tune into our Thursday, November 11, "Reach Out Job Search" radio show @ 6pm EST, to find out how to “Cut time in job search by networking and proven techniques”.

Our first guest is Joan Schramm Founder and Owner of Momentum Coaching, LLC. Ms. Schramm’s company is founded with the belief that each person is unique, with different needs, goals and desires.

With this as the basis for her work, Ms. Schramm helps job seekers break away from outmoded, ineffective job search strategies. By using her knowledge of how to properly use social media, can, job search time can be cut in half. In addition, Ms. Schramm teaches clients the marketing skills that get them noticed – and hired.

As the author of an e-book called "Loving Your Job, Living Your Life”, an e-course titled “Should I Stay or Should I Go? A guide to knowing when to leave your job, Ms. Schramm has written career-related articles for numerous websites.

Ms. Schramm is an highly regarded expert contributor to Joan lives in beautiful Annapolis, MD with her husband, Michael, two rescued Great Danes and three rescued cats. In addition to her volunteer work with the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue, Joan is an avid reader and fishing enthusiast.

Starting at 6:00 PM EST, Ms. Schramm will discuss how to cut your time, from seeking employment, into gaining a new opportunity.  Listeners can call in with questions at 347-934-0185, link directly our show on the “Reach Out Job Search” blog or our Blog Talk Radio Page.

Do you hate networking, in an effort to find your next job? If so, tune in for the second half of our program were our guest will be Devora Zack, President of Only Connect Consulting Inc. and author of the top selling book, “Networking for People Who Hate Networking”.

Ms. Zack, consults over 100 clients in private industry, federal agencies and the public sector; including with organizations and companies such as the U.S. Treasury, Smithsonian Institution, America Online, U.S. Office of Personnel Management, FEMA, Department of Homeland Secretary and the U.S. Department of Education, just to name a few.

In her book, Ms. Zack eliminates the “dusty old rules” of stand networking advice. She examines how to effectively use three personally traits, being introverted, overwhelmed or under-connected, for overcoming issues with networking, to obtain new employment opportunities.

To call in with questions for Mr. Zack beginning at 7:00 PM, radio listeners can contact 347-934-0185 and/or link directly our show at the “Reach Out Job Search” blog or Blog Talk Radio Page.

What are your thoughts on this article? Are you looking forward to tuning into our Thursday, November 11 @ 6PM EST Blog Talk Radio Show? If so, tell us about it and feel free to comment on this story!
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1 comment :

DENICE said...

Absolutely right, I do agree with your post. By the way, I recently joined a newspaper as a correspondent. I need to write article on Top Workplaces in Pittsburgh. There are so many companies in Pittsburgh providing job satisfaction & growth opportunities to their employee like Cochran, ACHIEVA, ACTION-Housing Inc., Key Environmental Inc & Graybar Electric Co. Looks like Pittsburgh companies are very employee friendly.

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