Anyone hoping to change jobs - or careers - knows they need to network and tap the “hidden” job market. In fact the ability to secure internal referrals is now the fundamental skill for job seekers.
In this live workshop, Steve Dalton (careers director at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business and author of Amazon.com bestselling job-search guide The 2-Hour Job Search) offers a detailed process for turning strangers into advocates, leading to more interviews and better internal networks.
This live workshop covers:
This is the workshop Steve presents to more than 50 business schools around the world (including Wharton, Yale, Columbia and Cornell in the US and IESE, ESADE, HEC, Warwick and Said in Europe).
This is Steve's only workshop for alumni in Europe in 2016 and is hosted in London by Imperial College at their South Kensington campus. Other event partners are:
All participants are invited to a short reception following the workshop.
About Steve Dalton
Steve Dalton is program director, daytime career services at Duke (Fuqua) School of Business and is the author of The 2-Hour Job Search. In 2014 the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance awarded Steve their innovation award for his work. He has an MBA from Duke and a chemical engineering degree from Case Western. Steve writes about careers for The Huffington Post and The Financial Times and presents his method at business schools internationally. You can follow him at www.2hourjobsearch.comand @Dalton_Steve.
Sensible Media publishes online career guidance for business schools around the world. You can find out more here.
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