Gray Hair Management

Helping the professional win the job race through coaching, mentoring and personal - touch networking
Primary Navigation

Networking Events

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP WITH ZOOM 9:30 AM (Central) - Bob Rosell

Event Date:
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Member Price:
$50.00
Non-Member Price:
$60.00
Location:
Webcam on Zoom.us
Get Directions:
Click here for a Google Map

Click Here To Register For This Event

GRAY HAIR MANAGEMENT ZOOM WORKSHOP

Join us for this important two-hour workshop designed to help you make the most of your network, and turn your LinkedIn connections into a valuable resource for your current and future job searches.

Creating a Competitive Advantage through Networking Referrals Workshop

Problem: While LinkedIn does have a mechanism to search for connections with characteristics you are looking for, it does not have a navigation method to tell you from a contact base perspective which connections you have had conversations with over the past five years.

Solution: The good news is that a metric macro program has been written so that someone can easily navigate through the LinkedIn downloadable data.

WHEN: Wednesday, November 11, 2020

TIME: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time)

COST: GHM Members: $50, Non-members: $60

Special Guest:
Robert Rosell, discussing his own "Metric Macro Program" tool facilitating a new approach to navigating LinkedIn.

Metric Macro Program Overview

Who should attend: The people who should attend the Creating a Competitive Advantage through Networking Referrals Workshop are those that want to leverage landing jobs through contacts they make via networking and from previous companies where they worked. In most cases, the effective networking efforts involve the process of creating internal advocates within a targeted company. It takes a well-defined process to know who to target, how to engage them, and the kind of communicates it takes to earn their interest
in helping folks in their career endeavors.

The good news is that a Metric Macro Program has been written so that someone can easily navigate through the LinkedIn downloadable data. The presentation was developed as a result of gathering feedback from successful
employment landings over the past seven years.
Here are the takeaways we will cover during the presentation:

  • The importance of having a job referral as a key part of your job search.
  • The steps in preparing to search, find and select job referrals.
  • How to get an internal sponsor to help your cause.
  • How to write effective introduction messages.
  • What to say and do with targeted individuals in face-to-face new networking conversations.

    The Referral Templates purpose is to capture referral contact and journal information as referrals are met and re-met over time.

    About Bob Rosell: Bob Rosell has performed Project Management and Software Quality Assurance roles and on several multi-year projects for companies like Motorola, Electro-Motive Diesel, and Boeing. He has contributed to the development and continual improvement regarding the IL workNet workshop program. Bob then founded the Social Media Emotional Intelligence (SMEI) to focus on Job Referrals. Bob has helped place individuals through sponsored referrals, as well as shorten the transition time for people looking for work. More detail about Bob Rosell can be found on LinkedIn

    Please pre-register for the event and we will provide you with a zoom session number. In order to make this a meaningful workshop with ample time for Q&A, space is limited, so register now.

    Please let us know if you have any questions, scott@grayhairmanagement.com or call 847-940-2800

    Scott Kane
    Gray Hair Management, LLC
    847-940-2800
    scott@grayhairmanagement.com
    http://www.grayhairmanagement.com/
    Helping six-figure professionals get jobs by
    Coaching, Marketing, and Personal Touch Networking

    » Register Now For This Event «

  • Secondary Navigation  

    mobile

    Check Us Out On Our Book

    Winning The Job Race Book by Scott Kane and Jack HeydenJack Heyden and Scott Kane are executives with over 60 years of combined experience who, in early 2000, were out of work, did not know each other and who were forced to reinvent themselves to survive in the 21st Century workforce.

    Buy our book

     
    Meta Navigation