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Presentation on personal marketing for librarians from the GaCOMO 2010 conference.

Presentation on personal marketing for librarians from the GaCOMO 2010 conference.

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  • 1. Personal Marketing and Career Management Presented at the GaCOMO Annual Conference, October 14 th , 2010
  • 2. Presenters
    • Ashley Dupuy, Kennesaw State University
    • Sarah Steiner, Georgia State University
  • 3. Introduction
    • this session is tailored for people who are job seeking and those who are already employed but want “stay in control of future job transitions.”
    • This session will offer common sense ways to:
    • Build your network (Ashley)
    • Present/market yourself (get yourself out there) (Sarah)
    • Digitally market yourself (Ashley)
    • Get involved with the Library community through service and volunteering (Sarah)
  • 4. JOB SEARCH VS. CAREER MANAGEMENT
    • Look only when I have to
    • Network only to get a job
    • Only “apply” to jobs
    • Recruiters never help
    • Perfect my “resume”
    • Alba, J., (n.d.). Paradigm shifting: Job search vs. career management. Retrieved April 22, 2010 from http://jobsearch.about.com/od/careeradviceresources/a/careermanage.htm.
    • Control job transitions
    • Network to stay connected
    • Have a network of contacts to find opportunities
    • Use recruiters—its their job
    • Build an ongoing portfolio
  • 5. BUILD YOUR NETWORK
    • Talk to EVERYONE
    • Informational interviews
    • Attend events
    • Take classes
    • Help other people
  • 6. MARKET YOURSELF
    • Use all opportunities
    • Treat all communications like business communications
  • 7. MARKET YOURSELF
    • Attend events… and then…
      • Look presentable
      • Be prepared with your elevator speeches
      • Be prepared to converse with people you know will be there
      • Ask questions
      • Seem competent
      • Be responsive—write thank you cards, when relevant.
  • 8. DIGITALLY MARKET YOURSELF
    • E-mails
    • Staff Page/School Page
    • facebook
    • Linkedin
    • Optimal Resume
  • 9. Staff Page
  • 10. facebook
  • 11. facebook
  • 12. Linkedin
  • 13. Optimal Resume
  • 14. Optimal Resume
  • 15. GET INVOLVED WITH THE COMMUNITY
    • Be seen
      • Attending events
      • Volunteering
      • Interning
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/gigile/3505955900 /
  • 16. GET INVOLVED WITH THE COMMUNITY
    • Tips on finding service opportunities
      • Make “warm contacts”
      • Join organizations
      • If you volunteer, follow through
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/betsyweber/3307988944/
  • 17. Thank you! Questions?
    • Ashley: adupuy@kennesaw.edu
    • Sarah: ssteiner@gsu.edu