The Course of Crisis

Created: Business to Individual

Job loss is a jolt to our emotions and has subtle and obvious affect on the unemployed and their loved ones.  Learning about this crisis experience will help those affected know what to grab hold of and prepare for the inevitable ups and downs of the rollercoaster experience.  Participants will learn the crisis cycle, assess their own stressors and learn

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Skin in the Game – discerning when, how and where to invest in your job search

Created: Business to Individual

Employers want to spend money to find talent as much as job seekers want to invest in their job search, which is as little as possible.  But when traditional methods fail to produce the value necessary for both parties, how does the job seeker determine when, what for and how much to spend?  This session will examine good, poor and

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Understanding O*Net: Key tips to expand career options

Created: Business to Individual

O*Net is the nations primary source of occupational information.  Central to the project is the O*Net database, containing information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors.  Successful job seekers learn how to expand career options by integrating transferable skills and job functions to the O*Net system.  If you’re looking to improve your job search with an enhanced focus of career

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You’re not alone! – understanding job clubs and career ministries

Created: Business to Individual

According to a recent SHRM survey, the average daily time an unemployed person spends on their job search is 41 minutes!  Several factors affect this but the primary solution is to be in accountable relationships with other people. According to the US Department of Labor, there are over 10,000 job clubs and career ministries throughout the US.  In 2014, the

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Honey, why aren’t you working yet? – helping loved ones deal with your work status

Created: Business to Individual

There are three types of people, the unemployed, underemployed and unfulfilled.  This interactive session will unpack the common symptoms associated with a household responding to “less than ideal” working conditions and consider healthy alternatives to enhancing family life. This session will relate to parents with “at home post college” adult children, the under-employed and full time unfulfilled who seek greater

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30 Day New Job Jump Start – what to do the first 30 days of your next job!

Created: Business to Individual

You’ve made it!  You got the offer and start next week!  For too many, a bad start can mean a quick finish in your new job if you’re not ready.  This session will cover how to make a great first impression, how to ask no stupid questions, how to win with your boss and work with others successfully. Participants will

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