I am thrilled to announce my latest online course, Networking for Job Seekers.
If you’re not including networking as part of your job search, you’re missing out. In addition to finding jobs posted on online boards like Indeed or LinkedIn, many successful job hunters tap into the “hidden” job market – positions they obtain through networking.
There are several ways to use networking in your job search, including:
- To learn about your target roles, industries, and companies.
- To get insider info on the job application, interview, and hiring process when you have a particular position in mind.
- To get referrals to new people, companies, and organizations.
If you’re not sure how to start networking as part of your job search, my new (free!) online course is designed to help you do just that. Networking for Job Seekers covers how to prepare for your job hunt, identify key members of your professional network and find new and potential contacts based on your career goals, and what to say when you actually reach out to contacts, new and old alike. I’m taking the guesswork out of networking through the use of step-by-step guides and scripts you can tweak and use right away.
Learn more about the course and sign up for free here.