Free Advanced Career Transition Course

This 10-week interactive course is free. It focuses on cutting edge strategies to help unemployed and underemployed individuals land professional and management jobs or start consulting practices.

The course includes, at no charge, a 223 page E-book manual. Attendees work in teams of 8 to encourage each other, brainstorm ideas and hold members accountable for homework assignments.

Strategies studied in the course include:

• Approaching employers as problem solvers – not job hunters
• Writing and implementing ROI (Return On Investment) White Papers
• In-depth research strategies
• SWOT Analysis (Strengths-Weakness-Opportunities-Threats)
• Writing and presenting case studies verbally and online
• Writing and getting proposals inside organizations
• Creating accomplishment portfolios
• Strategic interviewing: Demonstrating value in 30, 60, 90 days and long term
• Personal branding for long term career success
• Social media including LinkedIn, Twitter, web sites and blogs
• Negotiation strategies
• Structured brainstorming

The course will be led by John Hall who was awarded Pepperdine University’s Orange County Alumni Association’s 2010 Waves of Service Award for his work with the unemployed. John is a retired executive career coach with 25 years of experience helping management and professional men and women through transitions. He is a co author of the book Adapt! How to Survive and Thrive in the Changing World of Work, and was interviewed on FOX TV’s Los Angeles Early Morning show and KNX Radio’s Business Hour. John’s articles have been published in The Wall Street Journal’s National Business Employment Weekly and The Alumni Newsletter for the Wharton Business School

Irvine Presbyterian Church
4445 Alton Parkway
Irvine, CA 92604
(949) 786-9627

John Hall
(949) 387-2004 Office

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