100 112th Avenue NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Neighborhood | Community
100 112th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Wednesday, March 27, 2013, 4:30 – 9:30pm
Are you looking for jobs online with little to no success? Are you wondering why recruiters aren’t responding to your application?
Did you know that 85% of positions are recruited and filled by word-of-mouth?
Due to overwhelming number of application submission (200 – 1,600 per opening), companies have had to change their hiring practices. In this advanced workshop, we’ll teach you the proven job-seeking techniques that hundreds of our clients have used to quickly find the perfect position.
We will discuss:
Various recruiting and headhunting techniques local employers use to source candidates
Best practices on how to apply to an opening that matches your background and interests
How to leverage your 1st degree connections without burning the bridge
Proper ways to request and maximize introductions
Prospecting company recruiters, HR, and decision makers’ contact information
Proper ways of reaching out to employers
Identifying routers and super connectors in your industry who can help you
Leverage the 5-Step Relationship Building Model to build strategic relationships with key people
How to identify and tap into the hidden job market (unadvertised opportunities)
Advanced search techniques to find positions you didn’t even know existed
You will benefit by:
Learning the correct job-seeking methods a prospective employer prefers
Understanding how to reach and speak to decision makers about an opening so you can further tailor your application
Discovering how to leverage your own network to connect to decision makers faster
Building and maintaining a healthy network and exponentially growing your reach through proper forms of introductions and follow-up
Finding out about job openings your competition doesn’t even know exist
Typical workshop participants are middle to late career professionals-in-transition or self-employed entrepreneurs attracted to cutting edge job search strategies. Their professions are in a wide range such as law and accounting, health care, software engineering, manufacturing, sales and marketing, writing, operations, project management, and general management.
Since May 2009, ProLango has trained more than 10,000 professionals with cutting-edge job search strategies. We are the only local outplacement and career-transition company known for continually learning and sharing strategies that work as opposed to the cookie-cutter career advice found elsewhere.
Register if you:
Want to learn how to leverage your current network to open doors for you at employers you’d like to work for
Are limited to a handful of job search techniques and find yourself doing the same thing over and over without getting results
Aren’t connected to the most prestigious “super connectors” in the Seattle area
Hate not hearing back from recruiters on the application you submitted weeks ago
Are unaware of where to find unadvertised openings
Who is your presenter?
Paul Anderson is a nationally recognized speaker on career transformation and also the TV Co-Host of the weekly show “How to Get a Job in Seattle,” aired on Comcast. Paul has formally written career columns for The Seattle Times’ NWjobs, ABC’s KOMO 4 News, and CW’s The Daily Buzz. His powerful, unique approach to career management, sales, and marketing strategies has put him in demand with professional associations, corporations, and government agencies across the country.
Anderson is the founder of ProLango, a Redmond-based career consultancy company teaching professionals-in-transition how to find their desired employment fast in this tough economy. ProLango is the host of one of the largest career mixers in the country fostering an environment where professionals can build relationships with top employers.
Paul’s empowering advice and career strategies have appeared in such media outlets as The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Business Week, USA Today, The Seattle Times, and seen on the ABC, FOX, and NBC networks.
Building/Room #: Phoenix Room
Event Types: Business/Trade, Community, Education, Other, Special Events, Technology, Training-Classes/Workshops
Sponsoring Organization: ProLango Consulting
Contact: Jason Flores
Contact Phone: 206.334.6854
Contact Email: email@example.com
More info: www.prolango.com…