PLEASE NOTE THIS PROGRAM MEETS ON TUESDAY, SEPT. 6 DUE TO THE LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
During the job search process, we deal with large amounts of rejection. The result of rejection can be withdrawal, fear of calling, or reduced networking. These are all bad things for a job seeker. The I/R Theory (Identity/Role) represents the dual nature of our lives. Each of us has an “I” and an “R.” Our “I” represents our values, beliefs, principles, desires and emotions–our inner selves. Our “R” is made up of the many roles we play in our lives, or our outer selves. These roles may include job seeker, father, mother, friend, salesperson, IT professional, HR manager, CEO, etc.
The I/R model was developed to define the relationship between those two parts of our whole and to help distinguish between them. Although they are separate, they affect each other. The bottom line to most job seeker’s problems is between their ears. Come Tuesday, Sept. 6th to discover how to overcome rejection and continue to prospect for a new job.”
Dave Harman has over 30 years’ experience in sales and sales management with Fortune 500 companies as well as small, family owned organizations. Harman is currently Director of Sales & Marketing for Ferriot, Inc. located in Akron. As a business owner, he fully understands a balance sheet and a P&L and how to make an operation run successfully. As a sales manager, he takes leadership and profitability seriously.
Our meetings have resumed to in-person at Christ Church Episcopal in Hudson with a Zoom option. Tired of virtual networking? So are we! Things are changing. It’s a new world out there. Join Hudson Job Search to network with real people again! Ask questions of real job search experts IN PERSON! Enjoy a beverage and snack with new friends. Every in-person attendee receives a copy of Kris McGuigan’s new book!
Please use the appropriate registration link below. The in-person sign-in and networking begins at 7:15 p.m. You are highly encouraged to come in-person for one-on-one networking with others. Increasing in-person networking can be an excellent way to enhance your job search.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.