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Webinar telling your story






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  • Hello everyone, <br /> Let me start by thanking all of you for joining in. We’re going to cover a lot of diverse items today so settle in and hold on. A bit of advice from me. One thing I’ve learned in my career is how to get the most value out of a seminar, meeting or webinar and I’d like to share that with all of you. <br /> First, focus on the big picture for the next 45 minutes or so. This webinar will be available in a couple of days on the Ivy Exec website so don’t try to remember everything we cover. Come away from here with a couple of nuggets of valuable information. Participate, take the polls and ask questions. We won’t get to all questions but we will have look all of them over, group them and provide answers which we’ll email out over the next few weeks to all of you. <br />
  • Here’s an overview of what IvyExec offers with it’s Elite Resume Package – an intake that also helps with interview preparation, a review/update of your online profile, and a full hour of career coaching. As kind of a “one-stop-shop” IvyExec can also arrange for you to have other documents written. Both myself and Staci or Laura, the other senior writers at IvyExec, are well versed in International resumes. So if this all feels like a bit much to handle on your own, we’re here to help. <br /> Remember, the investment is very likely to be tax deductible as a job search expense. Between this and your increase income (whether by positioning you for a higher paying job or cutting off even one week from your search), you’ll make your investment back before you know it. <br />
  •   I want to thank you and leave you with this: Doing less than the best as you make your next transition will affect your income and quality of life for the rest of your career. If you choose to do this yourself, plan to set aside 10 to 20 hours to research, prepare the document, and get feedback from people knowledgeable in your new market. If you need help, we’d be honored to work with you. <br />