Your Next Career Step Starts With a Powerful LinkedIn Profile – CSN Weekly Meeting

If your LinkedIn Profile does not represent you go ahead and turn it off. It’s not helping you. Or, let’s work on making it helpful to you.

Join us at CSN and hear why.

Career Support Network meets from Noon to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays @ Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem NC. (map)
The topic on 8/2/2017 will be – Your Next Career Step Starts With a Powerful LinkedIn Profile
 
Your LinkedIn Profile is a critical component of career transition. You will need to know how to build and fine tune your LinkedIn Profile so viewers will clearly know who you are and what you do /want to do. Join us at this session of CSN to learn new ideas and share your’s with others.
For information call (336) 283-6121 or email NCWiseman@TeddyBurriss.com

Here is a link to some useful Career Transition Books.

Do you know of other books that have helped you in your career transition?

A Successful Career Journey Needs a Network Profile – CSN Weekly Meeting

Stop leading with your resume. Instead, give your networking contacts a recipe of what you are looking forward. The results are far better.

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Career Support Network meets from Noon to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays @ Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem NC. (map)
The topic on 7/26/2017 will be – A Successful Career Journey Needs a Network Profile
 
A Networking Profile is an important tool during career transition. We will discuss the sections of this document and how to use it appropriately. There are different styles of Networking Profiles, depending on your career transition goals. Join us at CSN to learn new ideas as well as share your own ideas with others.
For information call (336) 283-6121 or email NCWiseman@TeddyBurriss.com

Here is a link to some useful Career Transition Books.

Do you know of other books that have helped you in your career transition?

Informational Interviews Have Changed. Consider Open-Ended Questions – CSN Weekly Meeting

Informational Interviews are powerful when you master the fine art of asking Open-ended questions. Join us this Wednesday and let’s talk about this idea.

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Career Support Network meets from Noon to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays @ Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem NC. (map)
The topic on 7/19/2017 will be – Informational Interviews Have Changed. Consider Open-Ended Questions
 
When you learn how to do Informational Interviews, who to interview with and what the overall purpose of informational interviews is, you’ll be far more successful with this aspect of career transition. Surprisingly it’s not about asking for a job. It’s more powerful than that. Join us at CSN as we discuss ideas and learn from each other about the best practices of Informational Interview.
For information call (336) 283-6121 or email NCWiseman@TeddyBurriss.com

Here is a link to some useful Career Transition Books.

Do you know of other books that have helped you in your career transition?

Do You Know Who You Are? – CSN Weekly Meeting

Focus is important when you are reaching towards a goal. Being focused on Who you are and What you do is vital in career transition

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Career Support Network meets from Noon to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays @ Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem NC. (map)
The topic on 7/12/2017 will be – Do You Know Who You Are?
The most important question you need to answer during career transition is, “Who am I”. Without knowing the answer to this question you will not know what jobs you are interested in, what companies you want to work for or how to present yourself on your resume, on your LinkedIn Profile or in a conversation. The better you get at answering “Who Am I?” the more focused you can be on your career transition journey. Lets work on this question together during this session.
For information call (336) 283-6121 or email NCWiseman@TeddyBurriss.com

Here is a link to some useful Career Transition Books.

Do you know of other books that have helped you in your career transition?

Your Next Career Starts With Re-engineering Yourself – CSN Weekly Meeting

Sometimes it’s a challenge to look for a job doing what you used to do. Especially when no one is hiring that skill. Re-engineering is important.

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Career Support Network meets from Noon to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays @ Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem NC. (map)
The topic on 7/5/2017 will be – Your Next Career Starts With Re-engineering Yourself
Re-Engineering yourself is how you take your prior experiences, current skills and potentially new skills and move into a new career. This re-engineering could move you into a different position and potentially into a completely new industry. Re-engineering can occur with a little work or possibly with lots of work, practice, training and/or education. Re-engineering may be the only answer if your prior/current position is related to an outdated business practice or industry. Join us at CSN to discuss ideas regarding Re-Engineering
For information call (336) 283-6121 or email NCWiseman@TeddyBurriss.com

Here is a link to some useful Career Transition Books.

Do you know of other books that have helped you in your career transition?

Recommended Reading: Positive Thinking With Action

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You hear me preach – Positive thought/Postive Words. Here is another view: Have you sometimes been accused of being a negative person? Do you sometimes let your cynicism get the best of you? Do you have a general desire to live a more positive life but you don’t know how? Oftentimes some of the best advice we’ll receive when it comes to living more positive lives is just “think positive” but there are no instructions or wisdom attached to those words. Until now! With the Art of Thinking Positive with Action, we’re going to show you just how you can take those negative thoughts that you have and transform them into positivity with concrete examples and directions! There’s no vagueness here, if you’re interested in learning how to become a more positive person, we’re the book for you!

Click Here to Learn More About This Book

What is Your Greatest Asset in Life? – CSN Weekly Meeting

My greatest asset in life is my Network. This is where everything starts. Join us on Wednesday and let’s learn how your Network could be your Greatest Asset in Life.

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Career Support Network meets from Noon to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays @ Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem NC. (map)
The topic on 6/28/2017 will be – What is Your Greatest Asset in Life?
 
The attendees will discover the ultimate value of their connections in life as well as in Career Transition. We discuss the three different areas of our network, how to make meaningful connections and how to benefit from the relationships we build with people like us and way different than ourselves.
For information call (336) 283-6121 or email NCWiseman@TeddyBurriss.com

Here is a link to some useful Career Transition Books.

Do you know of other books that have helped you in your career transition?

Career Transition Today is Different Than Back Then – CSN Weekly Meeting

So it’s been a decade since you last looked for a job. Here are the facts, it’s done differently today. Let’s discuss

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Career Support Network meets from Noon to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays @ Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem NC. (map)
The topic on 6/21/2017 will be – Career Transition Today is Different Than Back Then
 
Stop using old processes in a new world of employment. Career Transition today is nothing like it was even 5 years ago. Join us at this session as we discuss some of the best practices of career transition that will give you a much better result than the way you did it years ago.
For information call (336) 283-6121 or email NCWiseman@TeddyBurriss.com

Here is a link to some useful Career Transition Books.

Do you know of other books that have helped you in your career transition?