Job transitioning can be overwhelming, especially if you want or need to change industry, location, or job function.
In recent meetings, we saw how we need to present ourselves not as who we think we are but as the person that the hiring manager can’t pass up. We were shown how a solid branding statement on our LinkedIn profile is essential to getting job contacts. We were told to have our elevator pitch ready to go.
Where do we start? At SFPCN this Tuesday.
In this hands-on workshop, we will help you identify what you want to do, what are your competencies, what are your skills, and what jobs and companies you are targeting.
You will put pen to paper with support of other members to begin the process of developing the plan for marketing YOU. From that, you will:
• Leave with a better understanding of who you are
• Have practiced your positioning statement, aka “elevator pitch”
• Have the outline of your marketing plan.
Join us and your fellow job seekers to see first hand the value of a marketing plan in your job search process.
The workshop will be led by Howard Mullinack
Howard is the director and lead organizer of SFPCN. His passion is helping organizations and individuals advance in their goals.
Howard’s a lifelong sales, marketing and branding professional. For more than 30 years, he worked in the broadcast equipment industry in positions ranging from VP of Sales and Product to CEO, developing, selling and marketing hardware and software used by television and radio networks and stations.
He currently runs wefixyourmac.com, providing Macintosh consulting, upgrades, and data recovery for professionals, businesses and individuals. He volunteers his time doing PR for the Oakland-East Bay Gay Men's Chorus, on the week long AIDS/LifeCycle fund raising ride, and leading SFPCN.
Connect with Howard on LinkedIn.
We begin networking at 9:00 am. The program begins at 9:30 am and finishes by 11:00 am. You are welcome to stay and network with the speaker and your peers up to 11:30 am.
$2.00 donation requested.
Mass Transit / Parking
The BART 16th & Mission station is a short two block walk from our location. The MUNI Market & Church Street station is four blocks away.
Inexpensive parking can be found at the Hoff Street Garage, 42 Hoff Street, San Francisco.
Valencia Gardens' parking is restricted to its residents. Parking within its lot by non residents will result in your vehicle being towed at your expense.