Career Series: Job Search Protocol
Discover some of the best practices with proven results that will make you stand out from the competition and be more strategic about your job search.
Pre-registration is no longer available.
Please register at the door.
Now open to non-members!
Are you struggling with finding a job in this economy? Do you wonder if there is a magic formula to landing the job you want? What is the best approach to take?
If you’d like to stand out from the competition and be more strategic about your job search, take this seminar! Perhaps you want to improve upon your current strategy or you simply want to hear what others are doing. Best practices with proven results will be shared and discussed. Learn what works and what doesn’t work in this interactive workshop. Bring your pressing questions so we can give you answers.
This seminar will also teach you:
- The importance of your personal brand
- How to use your resume and cover letter as the perfect selling tool
- How to maximize current contacts and circles of influence to help you
- When it is appropriate to follow up with an employer or contact (how to avoid crossing the line between persistence and annoyance)
- Ways to “wow” them in the interview
- The benefits of informational interviewing
Karen Habegger, Founder, Revel
Karen Habegger’s dream became reality when she founded Revel (a coaching and training firm) after several years of leading human resources efforts in the corporate world. She coaches executives to be more effective in their work and personal lives. Karen thrives on the fun and excitement from watching her clients succeed. Revel’s definition is “to take great satisfaction or delight”, which is her life’s goal and her wish for her clients.
Karen’s background includes training roles at Gap Inc, Gensler, and Wells Fargo. At Stanford Business School, she was chosen to present on the topic of working in an international market. Karen currently teaches management and career planning courses at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. She specializes in helping people make their visions come alive. Karen believes in interactive training that empowers individuals to learn, practice and retain new concepts. Her style is fun, encouraging and results oriented (just ask her clients!).
12:00pm-2:00pm Brown Bag Session
111 W. Saint John, Suite 200
San Jose, CA 95113
Cost (Refreshments included; NOT lunch, please bring your own!)
$15 SDForum & ASAP Members
Pre-registration no longer available. Please register at the door