If you are looking for a job, you likely have heard that the key to landing your next position is through networking. You believe what others say about the importance of networking, but you avoid it because it sounds like sales and this conjures up bad images you have of salespeople. What to do? The good news is that networking can be a natural, honest and comfortable activity. It does not have to feel like selling something- the thought of which may make you do almost anything to avoid it. Neither does networking need to involve sheepishly asking friends for favors while you are painfully aware that you have not done any for them lately. Join Hudson resident Tim Slager at Hudson Job Search on Tuesday, July 5th as he discusses how to take a different approach.
Tim is a talent mobility expert who has helped hundreds of people make career transitions within and between organizations. His presentation draws upon many years of experience in the delivery of staffing, outplacement, and professional development services. He is currently Vice President, Business Development at Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH.com) where he designs and implements a wide variety of talent mobility solutions for corporate clients. His previous experience includes leadership roles at Thunderbird School of Global Management, Weatherhead School of Management, Adecco, and Spherion. He holds degrees from Kenyon College (B.A.) and McCormick Theological Seminary
Meeting on Tuesday due to the holiday.
This is a free meeting for any individual looking for a job.
Christ Church Episcopal
21 Aurora Steet, Hudson, Ohio