Be More Efficient with a Well-Organized Job Search
Have you ever gotten a call or an email about your job application but you can’t remember the job details? Without the job description or company information at your fingertips you have to do some research before responding. What a waste of time! And could you be passed over while you scramble to find the details?
Have you ever forgotten which companies you followed up with and how often? On the one hand you don’t want to appear desperate and follow up too much, and on the other hand you don’t want to miss an opportunity by not following up enough. Scouring through sent emails and phone calls to see your follow-up activity? What a waste of time!
Whether you’re at the beginning of your sob search or several months into it, the time to organize job search and networking activities is now. Learn how to keep everything tracked in one place.
Liz Okuma, PhD: Executive Leader in Higher Education
Liz Okuma, PhD, an executive leader in higher education, leads us in a conversation about organizing job search activity. As a Hudson Job Search Advisor and executive leader in higher education, Liz is an expert in methods of organizing your job search. Come to share your tips and tricks. What’s working for you? What hurdles are you faced with to keep your activities organized? Whether you’re an Excel expert or have no experience using spreadsheets, you will learn some basic fundamentals to save you time and frustration. This is an interactive presentation. Come ready to share, as well as to learn from others on their job search.