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Positioning Yourself for Success | 'Cats Career Chat - Shared screen with speaker view
Sofia
22:50
will these slides be emailed to us later?
Lucie Sandel
23:54
We are recording the session, so you can watch the slides along with the audio portion.
Sofia
25:37
OK thanks!
Kathy Gest
35:23
Where do you find Northwestern's tools for handbills?
Charo
36:46
is it possible to get a link to the LinkedIn webinar?
AB
39:35
is it possible to get a copy of this powerpoint?
Sofia
39:50
what does ROI stand for?
Kim Jerantowski
52:05
Return on investment
Sofia
52:41
i knew that, but didn’t make sense in the context of keywords on a scannable resume
Sofia
53:06
so i thought maybe it was something else, and i didn’t hear him say the words… but thanks!
Peggy Cornog
54:24
Which platform(s) do you recommend to look for open positions? LinkedIn, Indeed, etc?
Andrea Kibler
55:14
What are your thoughts on cover letters?? Is a handbill more useful in your opinion?
Carwen
56:59
As someone with many years in the professional world, I realize that I need to better focus on building my career as opposed to "putting my head down" and getting the job done. Any suggestions for how to get promoted or recognized at work?
Kathy Gest
01:01:50
Where do you find the Northwestern resources that have been referenced during the talk? Can you provide a link? Thanks.
Caitlin Wyler
01:03:24
NAA webinars, upcoming and recorded can be found here, including LinkedIn, resumes, and interviewing topics - https://www.bigmarker.com/communities/naa-career-webinar-series/conferences
Laura
01:04:00
I am currently working on transitioning from disability to meaningful part-time work after a responsible, successful, 35-year business career. I have lots of skills and experience, but my health prevents me from taking on a demanding role. I’m pursuing a reinvention type of transition. Suggestions on how to present myself?
Kathy Gest
01:04:03
Thank you!
Mary
01:05:28
Can it be helpful to respond to a recruiter who has reached out about an opportunity that you’re not interested in? In particular, I am wondering whether recruiters often work for various firms or industries and may have other positions that are more interesting.
Libby Walker
01:05:53
When connecting with potential employers, are there any reasons not to share that you’re currently out of work?
Kaitlyn Walsh
01:06:20
Any suggestions to balance shaping your LinkedIn profile/online presence while not telegraphing to your current employer that you are planning a pivot to something clearly in another industry/company?
Laura
01:11:50
thank you
Mandy
01:15:24
Great tips. Thanks!
Libby Walker
01:15:43
Thanks, Stephen. Really helpful stuff!
Laura
01:15:49
Thanks, Lucie, for asking my questions, and thanks, Stephen, for your considered answer!
Karen Ketchum
01:16:00
Thank you. This was super!
Laura Harwin
01:16:12
Thank you!
Mary
01:17:03
Thank you Stephen and Lucie! This was very helpful!
Kaitlyn Walsh
01:17:06
Thank you!