CCFP - A LINKEDIN TOWN HALL MEETINGMonday, June 3, 2013
Harold Washington Library
400 S. Wells, Cindy Pritzker Auditorium
5:00-5:30pm - Networking
5:30-7:30pm - Event
7:30-8:00pm - Q & A
Most business professionals know that LinkedIn is the place to be to develop new or existing contacts and relationships. Many are still in the dark about what LinkedIn can really do for them. Although there is a wealth of information available online, there is a shortage of qualified real world resources that can provide practical, battle-tested advice on how LinkedIn can be leveraged by the:
• Active job seeker looking for the dream position
• Employed professional wishing to capitalize on greater opportunities
• Entrepreneur who wants to grow a business
• Salesperson striving to generate more qualified leads
Linda Wolfe, Career Moves at JVS Chicago, Director of Career Development and Placement. She is dedicated to the innovative use of brand building, promotions and marketing to help professionals in transition sell their value to employers. For more information about JVS Chicago’s services, please visit our website at jvschicago.org.
J.D. Gershbein is the Founder and CEO of Owlish Communications™. He is one of the world’s top LinkedIn scholars and has educated thousands of executives and entrepreneurs on the astonishing potential of LinkedIn. In 2009, he popularized the LinkedIn Town Hall Meeting, creating an open forum in which the professional community could come together to voice their opinions and get their LinkedIn questions answered. For more information on J.D. Gershbein, please visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/jdgershbein.
Career Moves @ JVS Chicago invites you to join us as J.D. reprises his role and presides over a LinkedIn Town Hall Meeting. From novice to dedicated user, and every level of fluency in between, J.D. will address your challenges, stimulate your thinking and inspire you to higher ground on LinkedIn.
This meeting is free and open to anyone seeking knowledge on LinkedIn best practices for career or business development.
Your questions will be answered. Your voice will be heard.
Registration is required as space is limited.
To register, connect to our website: http://jvschicago.org/workshops-and-events/
For all inquiries about this event, contact Sandra Saltzman, JEN Events & Special Projects Coordinator, at (847) 745-5482 or e-mail email@example.com