How to End the Job Search Pain - CANCELLED

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An inspiring program for people in career transition and business owners called, How to End the Job Search Pain and Get Your Life Back:

Neil Cooper, career transition coach, will facilitate this event for the Neighbors Helping Neighbors community. Neil has developed the key elements you can use in your search to achieve a high level of engagement, visibility, and organization, implement confidently, and create a common sense marketing plan that you can feel comfortable with. In this 75-minute LIVE presentation you’ll discover:

  • The specific ways to think about your career transition to create a steady stream of confidence, motivation, and sustained momentum;

  • A specific way to organize your marketing strategies and activities to get exceptional results;

  • A live demonstration applying specific marketing/networking activities into your schedule that will improve your results.

If you’re interested in organizing and accelerating your career search, learning how to apply the best practices for marketing yourself, and working with confidence and certainty, the quickest way to jumpstart your effort is to join us. Neil is a certified leadership coach who specializes in working with people who want to take leadership to have an outstanding career, and want a simple, solid, and easy to use model to follow. Neil graduated from the International School for Professional Excellence in Coaching and the NLP Center of NY after a career in the men’s fashion business.

"The quality of your career is in direct proportion to the choices you make now. When you opt to carefully plan and then make a conscious choice to act on your plan you will find your dream job."

Sue T. November 27, 2012 at 06:33 PM
Due to poor weather, this event is cancelled. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


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