Job Search Toolkit – 4/21/09 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CDT

Tuesday, April 21, 2009 ·

My good friend Paul DeBettignies offers 60 min on-line seminars for those of you are in the job hunt. Career Generic.  Follow this link to register for today's Webinar now. Details below.

BTW he also offers:

From Paul’s blog.

Free Online Seminar: Job Search Toolkit - Be Your Own Headhunter

Tuesday, April 21, 2009 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CDT

Webinar Registration

If you have been relying on major job boards, applying to jobs through and or not getting the response you are hoping for then this seminar is for you.
In this 60 minute presentation (with Q&A to follow) you will learn:
- To plan your job search
- How to market yourself
- Ways to ask for referrals and advice
- Where to find the hidden job market
- Where to research companies
- How to find contact names and email addresses
- Tips on using email and phone for contacting and follow up
Throughout the presentation questions are requested.
All attendees will receive presentation slides.

Twitter user? Tweet during the presentation #BYOH

For 11 years Paul DeBettignies has partnered with companies to locate and find talent. He uses his experience of seeing the process from the inside and teach job search techniques to job seekers of all ages and skill sets in groups of 20-200 and now online.
Paul is frequently contacted by Minneapolis and St. Paul reporters for quotes and background information on topics relating to recruiting and job search with recent stories in the Minneapolis StarTribune and St. Paul Pioneer Press and on WCCO TV (local CBC affiliate) and KARE11 (local NBC affiliate).

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