For Students & Alumni
Think you’ve got what it takes to wow a recruiter or dazzle ‘em on the job? Think again.
According to a survey by Monster.com, nearly 30% of employers are ‘fed up’ with how their new employees dress, communicate—even how they hold a fork during a business lunch. The result? Those of us with a clue get better gigs, plum assignments, and more opportunities.
My programs in career development, outside-the-box job search techniques and business etiquette for college and MBA students are fun, HIGHLY interactive, and tell you everything that you need to know to outclass the competition.
Your Fork is Not a Shovel: Business Etiquette for the 21st Century (and Outclass the Competition!)
Dining Etiquette Seminar or Keynote Presentation options available
This fun, high energy business etiquette dining program will have you laughing as you learn about what it really takes to outclass the competition today. Highly interactive, plenty of prizes, and tons of tips, tricks, and information are what this dining etiquette seminar is all about.
Personality Poker®: How to Lead with Your Strong Suit
Students have a blast playing poker – and gain powerful insights in the process. Using specially-designed cards and cutting edge techniques, Personality Poker® allows participants to identify their personality “hand,” which reveals how they can maximize their contribution to their careers, their leadership teams, or other groups where they play a role. A fantastic team-building program – great for a kickoff event, student leadership retreat, or other high energy event!
Work 101: Learning the Ropes of the Workplace without Hanging Yourself
This covers it all, from how to get along with your first boss to handling yourself in a meeting. We don’t hold back, and you’ll get all the do’s and don’ts of what it takes to succeed on the job. Great for interns, new hires, or other new professionals who are starting out in their careers.
Mastering the American Market: Job Search Success for International Students
This seminar focuses on the specific needs of international job seekers – and gives in-depth tips, tools, and insights that help them differentiate their skills and abilities in an American job market. It covers how students can confidently, professionally sell themselves during a job search, and provides an in-depth look at networking and relationship-building. Learn how to overcome cultural gaps and differences to communicate professionally and effectively with your American counterparts throughout the job search process – and how to use these skills throughout your career.