How To Avoid Career Obsolescence - IFMA Event

  • June 26, 2013 · 11:30 AM

Please register via IFMA website: http://www.ifma-chicago.org/meetinginfo.php?id=64

Program Overview

Rapid advances in technology and science are causing some industries to decline while others flourish.  These factors when combined with the retiring baby boomers will accelerate major skill gaps over the next five to ten years, ushering in a new era of career obsolescence.  The skills gap is further compounded when people get too comfortable in their jobs and develop a false sense of job security.  The presentation will help managers meet the future with confidence, stay ahead of the game, and acquire concrete techniques to keep their careers on track.

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn the top warning signs of a carrer at risk.
  2. Know how to best position yourself for tomorrow's opportunities.
  3. Understand how to develop and launch a career marketing plan.

About the Speaker

Joe Carroll, SPHR, CMF, is vice president, human resources for IST Management Services headquartered in Atlanta, GA.  IST is a national facility management company providing on-site, mail and copy services as well as electronic document management software services.  Carroll is an International speaker, career coach and internationally certified career management fellow.  He is author of the book, "How to Get a Great Job in 90 Days or Less."  He can be contacted at [masked]

 

Please register: http://www.ifma-chicago.org/meetinginfo.php?id=64

Please take note that no-shows will be charged a fee.

 

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