Do you feel like you are applying for a job but your resume keeps getting stuck in a filter instead of talking to a real person? Or feel like your LinkedIn never gets recruiters reaching out? If you are stuck in a web of technology where machines are evaluating you but you aren't getting to your ACTUAL GOAL, come to find out what's wrong and how to fix it!
- Get clear on a vision of what you ACTUALLY WANT in 2019!
- Evaluate your web presence to understand where you are today
- Come up with 3 top things to do RIGHT NOW to make your online presence ON POINT for 2019
NOTE: This is in a NEW SPACE so take note as you are planning your evening.
The format will be a presentation with interactive exercises. The workshop will last 2 hours.
Note: We will start at 6:10PM exactly.
Jocelyn Miller (http://www.jocelynmariemiller.com/) is a personal accelerator who works with ambitious and driven people to unlock what is between them and their desired goals. She has coached dozens of women and technologists to help them land their dream jobs and make up to 50% more than they had been previously. She uses her 10+ years experience from Amazon, Google and acting as Director of Product Management at Zazzle to inform her coaching and training work.
She also teaches Fortune 500 companies in partnership with General Assembly. Clients include American Express, General Electric, Pfizer, AXA, USAA, Staples, NFL, Citigroup, and CBS. Topics include Product Management, User Experience, Rapid Prototyping, Big Data, Personalization, Managing Stakeholders, Metrics/Analytics, Roadmapping and Planning. She has expanded that work to large-scale organization change projects.
Ms. Miller holds a degree in Computer Science and Cognitive Science from Dartmouth College as well as Fashion Design and Interior Design certificates from Parsons School of Design. She hosts workshops with CTO School, speaks at women in technology events, runs a Women's Success Strategies group (http://bitly.com/WomensSuccess), and partners with Cornell Tech advising technology and business students.