Networking for Introverts: Effective professional development and job search strategies for every personality!
03/21/2018 | 07:00PM - 09:00PM
Meeting Room 3
BRC, Business Training, Job Search
Description: Do you hate to make small talk? Does the very word ‘networking’ make you cringe? This workshop is for you! Everyone benefits from being connected, even computer systems are linked together to facilitate communication and resource sharing amongst users. In this workshop, learn effective strategies for networking in every setting- including knowing what to say, how to walk away and defining successful interactions without compromising your style.
Presenter: Ilana Tolpin Levitt, LPC, NCC is a clinical career counselor with over 25 years of experience in private practice in New York City and Central New Jersey. She is the 2013 recipient of the Outstanding Career Practitioner Award from the National Career Development Association. As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and with a strong background in Organizational Psychology and Human Resources, Ilana’s focus with many clients is a deep exploration of the psychological roots that impact job search, career development and workplace dysfunction. Her newly released book “What's Mom Still Got to Do With It?” integrates her extensive knowledge and experience about family dynamics with her expertise in career development.
This event is FREE. Registration is requested but walk-ins are always welcome.