03/23/20 CSN Session

This week the conversations were about:

Discussion pointsListen Here
Know thyself before taking one’s self on a new Career Journey
Know what you want
Know what type of work you are interested in (or not)
Watch this YouTube Video – Dream into your next career

Target CompaniesListen Here
Business Segment & Companies
My Target Business Segment & Companies is: “Sales Training, Bell Partners, State Farm, KPMG”
Do you know what your target business segment and companies are?
You need to.

Interview question of the week – Listen here
What do you know about our Organization?

TLB Ideas – Discover insights, ideas and more about the people in the department as you research the business. Don’t be that guy who only looked at the mission statement and/or public documents.

ChallengeListen Here
Positivity through the pandemic & our what seems like never-ending career search
Consider reading “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living” by Dale Carnegie

What are you doing this week to move your self forward
Greg – Follow up calls on how to help others, pick up the paused conversations, market himself via content, 
Vinita – teaching her son, 
Jankoba – contacting recruiters, new conversations, networking conversations, ask more question
Kathi – following up with recruiters for contract work, 
Laurinda – follow up from hubby intros, (try only 1 or 2 more times) to follow up on others, research,  
Michael – Reaching out to clients for references, Reaching out to people who have offered me jobs in the past

Next Monday – 03/30/20 we will discuss:
The topic of Discussion – Getting into Open Conversations is how we uncover hidden opportunities.
The Interview question of the week – According to your definition of success, how successful have you been so far?

Author: NCWiseman

I am a Networking Strategist and LinkedIn coach and Trainer. I live by my personal edict, "Networking is finding, developing and nurturing relationships that mutually move people forward thru life." I want to help people become better Networkers and better LinkedIn users focused on their business and career goals.

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