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2011 PEO LOC Career Development Seminars - Leveraging LinkedIn

PEO LOC is pleased to host the next seminar in our Career Development series. In the current economic

climate, job security and career development are universal concerns. LinkedIn is a popular social media

platform for connecting professionals to colleagues, customers and industry experts. Come learn how to

use LinkedIn more effectively to reach your career goals sooner.
 
Whether you are actively seeking new work, looking to develop your network or generate business, or are

open to the possibility of being passively recruited, this seminar will discuss how to leverage LinkedIn

to manage your online brand to get noticed and found by talent acquisition specialists and hiring

decision makers. Technology permitting, this will be a hands-on workshop, so bring your laptops!
 

Date: November 3, 2011

Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Place: UOIT J127

 

UOIT

Costs:   $5 Pre-Registration for PEO (P.Eng / EIT) and OACETT members and students

            $10 for non-members or non-students

            $10 at the door
 
Register using the form below and to view/print a campus map see the attachment at the bottom of the page.
 
 
 
Diana Chan

Diana is a talent development professional who loves to connect with people and inspire others to achieve excellence. She is naturally curious and genuinely interested in people. She has over 10 years of experience working with thousands of students, new immigrants, and business professionals from new grads to C-suite executives in training & development, coaching, mentoring, career development, and recruiting. She’s worked at top tier organizations, including: TELUS, Accenture, Richard Ivey School of Business, and currently at Google as the only Recruiter in Toronto.

 

Diana is also an entrepreneur specializing in authentic career coaching, motivational speaking and personal development training. She helps people become more marketable and confident in promoting their unique personal brand. She does this by being curious in asking powerful questions to help clients discover who they are and what they want. Having screened thousands of resumes and conducted hundreds of interviews, she knows what it takes to stand out from the crowd in this competitive market.

 

Diana completed her undergrad and MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business. Currently, she's working towards her certification to become a Certified Co-Active Life Coach through the Coaching Training Institute.

 

 

 

 

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Pierre Hinse,
Oct 7, 2011, 8:13 AM
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