We all have a resume to use in our job search. But it might not be the most effective tool for networking. This presentation will discuss how to create your marketing plan to guide your search and support your personal brand. Your plan defines where you want to go and how you plan to get there, and helps you target the types of organizations you plan to pursue. And, ultimately, it helps your network help YOU!
We’ll also take a look at the various styles of marketing plans, from traditional to infographic.
Pam Brahos, Vice President Consultant at Lee Hecht Harrison
Pam brings over 25 years of career transition experience to her role. She delivers individual career transition, retirement and entrepreneurial programs to candidates at all levels, including the most senior. Her expertise spans a wide range of industries, including food & beverage, consumer goods, banking/finance, insurance, manufacturing, high tech, healthcare, pharmaceuticals and retail.
In addition to her consulting role, Pam manages Chicago operations for LHH’s International Center for Executive Options, a boutique career transition consulting organization within LHH that provides individualized and unique transition services to the most senior level executives. Pam also leads the Job Market Consultant function for ICEO in the Midwest as well as for the Chicagoland Career Transition business, where she is responsible for connecting people to jobs.
Her corporate and career transition experience is complemented by six years as an entrepreneur and business owner. Pam graduated Summa Cum Laude from Loyola University of Chicago.
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