If any of you are in the New York City area, this would be an excellent (and free) chance to spruce up your resume and job-hunting skills with Mike and Mark from Manager Tools. Their Manager Tools Conferences usually cost thousands of dollars, but this is your chance to get some of the expertise for free.
Pass this along to however might find it useful.
I know you’re busy, so I’ll cut to the chase. Mark and I, like you and others, continue to be concerned about the financial crisis that has hit many of our friends and associates. So, we decided to do something about it. If you haven’t already heard, I wanted to make sure you know about our efforts and enlist your support in getting the word out.
To help those affected by the crisis, Manager Tools will present a FREE, one day Career Crisis Skills Conference. We will conduct the training/seminar at the Marriott East Side in Manhattan from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m on October 18th.
There will be room for 300 attendees on a first come, first served basis. We’d rather not have the limitation, but this is the best we could do in such a short time period.
Again, this conference will be FREE. I promise you, we won’t be trying to sell anything in the back of the ballroom to anyone you might recommend attend. We’re doing this training free to address many of our listeners (and perhaps yours!) and members who have called and emailed asking, “What do I do?”
Would you please do me a favor and share this information with as many folks as you can (perhaps on your podcast ;-)? Time is short and getting the word out is critical if we’re to help as many as we believe we can.
We will cover 4 major topics:
Your Resume – The one’s we’ve seen in the last 1-2 weeks needed LOTS of help.
Your Preparation – How to get ready to interview (and improve your resume).
Your Search – Things you can do now, and how to do them.
Your Interviews – All five parts of every interview, what’s going to happen and what to do in each step.
All the details can be found on our website here: http://www.manager-tools.com/crisis
Thanks in advance for your help. We appreciate it greatly!