Rock Your LinkedIn Profile
January 15, 2019
Have you ever wondered how certain people advance so quickly in their career paths? Most of the time it’s through developing a strong personal brand and using one’s network to advance career prospects. Nicole Sus from LinkedIn will detail how to build an effective profile, how to develop your profile as you progress through your career, and how to access and utilize the data on LinkedIn to assist in your career development.
About Nicole Sus
Nicole, a LinkedIn representative, is passionate about the company and what she does. Nicole has been at LinkedIn for about six years and has spent time in various departments. Currently she works exclusively with higher education institutions in New England. Her favorite aspects of the LinkedIn platform are the ability to draw out data and insights from the LinkedIn economic graph and the ability to establish oneself as an expert on topics of interest. Nicole currently resides in the Bay Area with her husband and 4-year-old twins.
Overcoming a Career Slump
Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 1 p.m.
From time to time all of us can experience a career slump; however, it can be a meaningful experience. It allows us to identify the gaps in our work and career. Together we will explore your interests, motivated skills, personality style, needs and values to allow you to achieve greater career satisfaction. At the end of the webinar you will feel inspired and energized to take action to achieve your future goals.
Presenter, Lynn Berger is a career counselor and coach specializing in helping people make the most of their lives and feel fulfilled. In her position she counsels people how to effectively transition to jobs and/or careers, balance their roles and responsibilities and understand the choices before them.
Recruiters, Recruiters, Recruiters — Can’t Live With ‘em, Can’t Live Without ‘em
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 1 p.m
This webinar will improve your understanding and dealings with executive recruiters, ATS systems, Sourcers, and the new LinkedIn interface to position yourself for your career search.
You will learn:
Presented by Linda Van Valkenburgh, MS, CCMC, CJSS, CSMCS, CELDC, a certified executive career management coach.
The YOU Factor: Self-Awareness as a Career Transition Tool
January 17, 2017 at 1:00 PM EST.
When it comes to making a career change or reinvention, one question that usually looms over your head: What’s next? If this seemingly simple question has stumped you and left you feeling overwhelmed, join Cachet Prescott, owner of Shift Matters, as she discusses the vital role that the YOU Factor plays in your career transition success.
What’s In It For You?
As an attendee, you’ll be able to:
Cachet Prescott is a corporate trainer, speaker and coach who empowers individuals, teams, leaders and business owners to make shift happen in business, career and life. She owns Shift Matters, LLC, the personal and professional development firm specializing in personal leadership development and career transition.
Find out Your Strengths and How to Use Them Successfully
Presented by Megan Webster, Assistant Director of Leadership & Professional Development, Fairfield University Career Planning Center
Can you name what your strengths are? Can you talk about them in an interview? Do you know how to take advantage of your natural strengths when it comes to networking and the job search?
Join us for a webinar focused on just that! In the last few years, Fairfield has become a strengths-focused campus that utilizes the Gallup StrengthsFinder assessment tool. Over 25% of the Class of 2016 has taken the assessment. Plus a number of companies have embraced StrengthsFinder as an approach to evaluating individual employees and teams alike.
The webinar itself will focus on:
Megan Webster, your webinar instructor, works as the Assistant Director of Leadership and Professional Development in the Career Planning Center at Fairfield University. She has worked with Strengths throughout her career in Higher Education and became a certified instructor in Strengths-Based education by Gallup in 2015.
Strategic Networking: How to Identify and Cultivate the Workplace Relationships That Count
May 17, 2016 1 - 2pm EST
Presented by Bonnie Marcus M.Ed
Do you go to a networking event, collect business cards, and think you are helping your career? Think again! Join this webinar to understand how a building a strategic network will help you achieve your career goals faster.
Learn how to identify the decision makers and influencers in your organization and build critical relationships of trust and confidence.
In this presentation, attendees will learn:
Bonnie Marcus M.Ed. is a certified executive coach, speaker and author. A former corporate executive, Bonnie founded her firm, Women’s Success Coaching, in 2007 with the mission to help professional women promote and position themselves for success. Her latest book, The Politics of Promotion: How High Achieving Women Get Ahead and Stay Ahead, provides a road map for women to navigate the complexities of their workplace to get the promotion they deserve.
Wellness Wins: What's Good for Your Waistline is Good for Your Bottom Line
April 19, 2016 1:00PM - 2:00PM EST
Presented by Linda Gottlieb '99 MA
The research is in: Your health & wellness is business relevant. Having a vibrant career or thriving business is directly related to your personal energy management, stamina and fueling your "internal power plant".
Get the edge you need to perform at your best today and for years to come. In this webinar you will:
Linda Gottlieb '99 MA is a Certified Wellness Consultant and Master Fitness Coach with more than 30 years’ experience helping individuals (and the organizations they work in), improve their energy to impact their life. She believes as your health and fitness goes, your business goes. She is the author of No Ifs Ands or Butts: How to Turn the Top 10 Fitness Excuses into Fitness Triumphs. Visit Linda's website for more information: www.Fittraining.net
Increase Your Page Views: Resume Optimization for Online and Offline Search
March 29, 2016 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. (EST)
Presented by Megan Hallissy '10, Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW)
It is a well-known fact that recruiters take on average, 6 seconds to review a resume. By submitting your resume online into a database, it could be scanned even quicker. So, why not make every second count and optimize your resume to make it stand out from the rest!
In this webinar, you will learn:
Megan Hallissy '10 is a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) with a background in customer service, human resources, and learning and development across the industries of media and entertainment, luxury and consumer goods, and higher education.
Video Interviews – How to Ace Them
Tuesday, Jan 19, 2016 1:00 - 2:00 PM EST.
More and more employers are utilizing Video Interviewing as an important step in their interview process. This is economical for the company on many levels. But for you, succeeding and prevailing utilizing this platform is key so that you are invited to the next step: the face to face interview.
During this webinar, Linda will discuss:
Linda Van Valkenburgh is the owner and certified executive career coach of My Executive Career Coach, LLC – Stamford, CT. She has great business experience in a broad range of corporate environments including marketing, advertising, engineering, entrepreneurial partnerships, industrial manufacturing and full time career development work experience.
Want to Increase Your Productivity & Gain More Control Over Your Professional Life? Learn the Best Practices in Business Today!
February 17, 2016 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. (EST)
Presented by Karen Graziano '93, Graziano Career Works, LLC
How can you be more productive and efficient while improving your work relationships in the process?
Join Karen Graziano '93 to learn:
Karen Graziano '93 is a college professor and a consultant for her recently launched business, Graziano Career Works, LLC.
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