Net Impact National Conference Callhttps://weatherhead.case.edu/events/detail?eid=741A Net Impact national conference call. Description follows.
Ever wonder how products sell? How the latest gadget flies off the shelf? It's all about the brand. Whether you're about to start a job search or are trying to jumpstart your career--you shouldn't start with your resume, you should start with yourself. Learn how to understand exactly what you have to offer and what you want in return as well as techniques to build your own brand. After all, there is alot of talent that has the same skills and experience you do--you need an action plan and tangible steps to determine how to be yourself and break through the clutter!
Susan D. Strayer, SPHR, is a Senior HR, recruiting and performance strategy professional, currently serves as Corporate Director of Talent Management for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C. and has just released her second book: The Right Job, Right Now St. Martin's, 2007) . She has worked in both internal Human Resources (HR) and recruiting as well as in external HR consulting with dozens of companies around the world. Previously, she was the founder of University and Career Decisions working with individuals, companies and universities in career development and HR strategy. Her experience also includes working in Staffing for The Home Depot, and as Director for the Corporate Executive Board (CEB) serving Fortune 1000 executives in programs focusing on corporate HR, benefits, recruiting and training and learning. Susan began her career working in corporate HR, recruiting, learning and staffing for Arthur Andersen. Susan has an MBA from Vanderbilt, an MA in Human Resource Development from The George Washington University and a BA in Communication from Virginia Tech. She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), and as an administrator of the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). She’s a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), 85 Broads and Net Impact and has been featured on Oprah and Friends radio and The Money Show as well as in publications such as The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, Fast Company and Women's Health.
||Thursday, Sep. 27, 2007 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
||Sponsored by: Net Impact
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