Tuesday December 4th Social Media for Advanced Career Strategies
Why is Social Media important in the career search?
· How do you integrate different platforms?
· What is the etiquette?
· How can you measure effectiveness?
· How do you make sense of this?
· How do you use these to maximize your career search?
We all hear how Social Media impacts the job search. But with all the information out there, how do you just get started? Learn how to simplify the process, and develop a well purposed strategy to maximize your branding throuh opportunity. After all, it's not what you know, or even who you know, but who knows you that is going to help you get your next position.
Failing to prepare, is preparing to fail. – John Wooden
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Contact Greg Johnson at email@example.com for questions and further information.
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Above The Rim Executive Coaching
It’s not what you know, or even who you know, but who knows you!
As a Career and Executive Coach, Greg’s passion is to use his business experience to help others. He is known for his positive and dynamic approach to the career search and career management -- enabling h
is clients to create a paradigm shift in how they manage their career. He is skilled at helping clients develop their personal brand identity, leverage their strengths, skills, experiences and passions, and to clearly articulate their mission. This approach has lead Greg’s clients to consistently separate themselves, and uniquely present themselves as the
solution to the needs of their target organizations.
In building his practice Greg has been able to leverage his experience and background as an international business executive with expertise ranging from operations to marketing and business development. He launched his career in Japan managing real estate development projects for Mitsui Construction.
After leaving Mitsui Construction, Greg established Regus Japan K.K., the Japanese subsidiary of the world’s largest provider of serviced office solutions, and launched the serviced office concept in Japan. As President of Regus Japan K.K., Greg negotiated and secured the lease of almost 270,000ft2 in 3 of Tokyo’s most premier business addresses; project managed the interior office construction in accordance with Regus’ standards; hired a staff of 20, and had the business running in the black in less than 18 months!
After returning to California, Greg enjoyed success in senior marketing and business development roles in companies such as Lion Office Products, Takagi Tankless Water Heaters and Jaguar Land Rover NA.
For a free initial career consultation meeting please contact Greg at firstname.lastname@example.org