Save the Date: Oct 24, 2011

Nashua Career Network Connection
(NCsquared)

A Professional and Networking Group in Greater Nashua, NH

Monday, October 24, 2011, 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Nashua Public Library Theatre
2 Court Street, Nashua, NH 03060 (www.nashualibrary.org)

Come join us for these presentations:

“Building a Job Search Toolbox” by Randall Warniers

“Getting Out of the Pile: Enhancing Your Value in the Workplace” by Del Gilbert

There will also be time to network and meet other professionals.

Contact: NCsquared@netzero.com

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“Building a Job Search Toolbox” by Randall Warniers

A clean suit, a good resume, shined shoes, and a smile are no longer enough to compete in a wired world and a rapidly changing marketplace. Today’s new world of work demands an expanded set of job-search skills. This presentation will describe the necessary skills a modern job seeker needs to compete effectively and be employable. Some of these skills are traditional (interpersonal networking), some are new (social media), and some are radical (are you on YouTube?). Knowing the tools you need to bring your job search up to date is an essential step in finding your next position.

Randall Warniers is principal and creative director at RW Communications and Design, where he provides freelance publishing services as an editor, writer, book designer, publisher, and photographer. He wrote computer graphics software for many years, and then spent nearly two decades in the world of publishing as managing editor of a research journal at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. As an instructor in photography at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education, he currently teaches “Mastering Digital Photography” and other classes. In 2009 and 2010 he was a facilitator and member of the leadership team at Acton Networkers. In the past few years he has developed and presented lectures on many topics, including cinema, travel, photography, networking, and personal branding.

“Getting Out of the Pile: Enhancing Your Value in the Workplace” by Del Gilbert

You are paid to enhance the value of your organization in the marketplace. Becoming an employee of value goes well beyond being “good at what you do.” You become distinct by being willing to do what most other people are unwilling to do. Here are some of the intangibles that lead to greater opportunities:

  • Interpersonal skills
  • An attitude of service
  • Showing initiative
  • Being upbeat and optimistic
  • Continuous self-improvement

Del Gilbert has held leadership positions in the healthcare field for the past 30 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Masters of Business Administration. Del is a Certified Leadership Coach and a Certified Master Trainer. He delivers nearly 100 workshops and presentations annually. His workshops are known for their practical, real life application, and his unique style enables him to connect with the audience on a personal level.

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