Job Seeking in the 21st Century Workshop – Save the Date!

The line between finding your next career and personal branding has been blurring to the point they are indistinguishable. Lynn Heikke has put together a series of powerful workshops targeting people in transition to learn the necessary tools to stand out in this crowded job market. She has engaged some of the Bay Area’s best for these courses starting on January 19th: Patrick Schwerdtfeger, author of Webify Your Business – Internet Marketing Secrets for the Self-Employed, on LinkedIn and Personal Branding, Cheryl Liquori, author of the Breakfast Blogging Club on Blogging and Lynn Heikke on Twitter.

Here are some of the expected outcomes:

Learn how to meet hiring managers on their new turfs!
Be in control of your own job search!
Become more marketable – you’re the product an employer cannot live without!
Increase your negotiating power – you have new skills that command a higher salary and/or promotion!
Discover ways to showcase your talents and expertise!
Stand WAY out from other job candidates!

For more information, check out Lynn’s site here.

By the way, you can see my columns on career coaching and transitions at SF Examiner.com.

JP McDermott is a financial services and insurance advisor in Walnut Creek, CA. specializing in career transitions. He is also a career and financial coach, a freelance writer on career coaching with SF Examiner.com, and has been volunteering his time and experience to various non-profit, service and civic organizations.
JP lives in Danville with his wife Candy.

Check out his LinkedIn profile http://www.linkedin.com/in/jpmcdermott
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