We are partnering with the Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago for this career event. You'll learn how to know when you're stuck, why people get stuck, and how to start making meaningful progress through a 'What the Hell' approach and changing your mentality.
Many job seekers are able fill up a 40 or 50 hour week that's comprised of search activity that really doesn't deliver as much progress as they'd like. They aren't uncovering new target companies. They aren't getting great introductions to key influencers. They aren't receiving many interviews. And they're spending a lot of their time answering online ads along with 200 other candidates and getting lost in the shuffle. THEY ARE STUCK.
If you identify with any of the following characteristics, then this webinar could prove to be quite helpful for you:
- Not getting at least 1 interview each week
- Not having at least 10 networking calls each week
- Not getting at least 5 LinkedIn profile views each day
- Starting to lose confidence and second-guessing yourself
- Don't have a specific job search marketing plan
- Aren't tapping into the "hidden job market"
- Applying for jobs that you really don't want
- Starting to lower your bar on what jobs are acceptable
- Your emotions are getting the best of you
- Low energy level and easily frustrated
This session will discuss how you can know when you're stuck, why people get stuck, and, most importantly, what actions you can take to start making some meaningful progress by leveraging your network, LinkedIn, your messaging, a proactive marketing approach and changing your mental outlook.
Zoom information will be shared after registration.
Marty Gilbert (Speaker)
Founder and CEO, North Shore Executive Networking Group
Marty Gilbert is the Founder and CEO of NSENG, Chicago's largest job search networking group with over 7,000 members, and he brings a wealth of job search coaching experience for professionals wanting to move onto their next career opportunity. Over the past 10 years his job search networking meetings, webinars, online workshops and coaching efforts have helped over 1,700 individuals across the country to land new jobs. It's Marty's diverse professional experience and career insights that enable him to help job seekers more effectively analyze, package and connect their unique value proposition to prospective employers. Having been through multiple career transitions himself, Marty has developed a proven job search methodology that has helped many job seekers to create market connectivity, more effective communications with target companies and greater visibility with influential decision-makers that shorten the job search process. Marty's "What the Hell Approach to Job Search"™ has become a highly effective force behind his marketing-driven technique to accelerating the efforts of job seekers.
In addition to leading NSENG, Marty is a sales, marketing and general management executive with over 30 years of technology experience across a broad range of industries. . Throughout his career at Motorola, STATS Inc and Dentsu Inc,, Mary has led teams of 4 to 400 professionals so he is intimately familiar with what it takes for a candidate to stand out from a stack of resumes. The job search is all about effective marketing and sales which is what makes Marty's coaching services invaluable to individuals who want their backgrounds and networking efforts to be more attention-getting than their competition.
Connect with Marty on LinkedIn.
Nicole Yelsey, Chicago Booth '12