Have you taken a break in your career to raise children? Are you considering moving into a new industry or reinventing yourself professionally? Then you need to mark your calendar for Wednesday, Oct. 14! That is the date of Make It Better’s seventh annual Re:Work – an informative and inspiring seminar for women who are re-entering the workforce or seeking to break into a new field.
We have an exciting lineup of speakers who will provide insights on how to build your personal network to get hired, create a resume that stands out, use Twitter and LinkedIn to expand your job search, and nail an interview to land your first-choice job. All attendees will also have the opportunity to have professional headshots taken at the event and visit the Career Gallery, a gathering of resources to help you plan a successful job search.
Buy your ticket today for your chance to learn from some of the smartest and savviest experts on networking and career building:
Sheila Nielsen, author of “Job Quest: How to Become the Insider Who Gets Hired”
Session: Getting Hired: The Insider Advantage to Building Your Personal Network
Theresa Sullivan, LinkedIn expert and founder of Wayfinder Advisors
Session: LinkedIn: Come Alive on LinkedIn
Gieriet Bowen, co-founder of Up n Running
Session: Using Twitter for a Powerful Job Search
Kathy Roeser, managing director and wealth advisor at Morgan Stanley and Keynote Speaker at Re:Work 2015
Session: The Real Deal on Who’s Hiring: Re-engage and Re-enter the Workforce
Aileen Baxter, career and transition coach
Session: The Secret Recipe of a Winning Resume
Katy Hansell, career and leadership coach, and Lindsay Bray Landsberg, Principal, Boyden Global Executive Search
Session: HR Interview Role Play: An Engaging Role-Play to Highlight Effective Interview Preparation to Land Your First-Choice Job
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 14
Time: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Chicago Botanic Garden, 1000 Lake Cook Road, Glencoe
Cost: $95 before Sept. 30; $125 after Sept. 30
Includes: Seminar, parking, lunch, headshot and admission to Chicago Botanic Garden
Purchase Tickets: makeitbetter.net/rework2015
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