CareerClass | LinkedIn Strategy

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Join our next free weekly 45 minute CareerClass Webinar, LinkedIn Strategy, led by one of CareerJoy’s senior coaches, George Muenz.

 

It’s easy — join from wherever you are!

 

It’s informal, fun, and could it be more convenient?

 

Learn along with others — most are in a similar life situation, asking the same questions and facing the same challenges.

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About the webinar

During this interactive conference call, George and up to 20 registrants will discuss best practices of LinkedIn and how to leverage LinkedIn to improve your job search strategy.

 

The world of work has never been more competitive and yet, more interesting. You may be looking for the next step in your career and wondering how to best leverage LinkedIn in the world of work. How can you utilize this tool to advance your internal and external brand and career? Start a discussion or share something with the group…

 

If you’re looking for the next step in your career and wondering how LinkedIn fits into your strategy, join Geroge Muenz as he leads you through this interactive webinar on managing your network online.

 

You will learn how to:

  • move from a selling mindset to a marketing mindset
  • use LinkedIn when working with recruiters
  • focus your job search efforts to maximize your time and energy
  • target decision makers within organizations

About George Muenz, webinar facilitator

George

George Muenz has over 20 years as a Career Coach and Human Resources professional working with a very diverse clientele ranging from students to international CEOs.
 
His also has extensive experience leading teams in the military, pursuing entrepreneurial endeavours, and recruiting in the High Technology field. He has worked with clients such as IBM, Telus, Motorola, and Price Waterhouse Coopers. George helps clients be clear and confident about their value proposition.
 
In his personal time George is an avid road cyclist and voracious reader.