Successfully Navigating the  International Job Market                   Presented by Mohamed Ly,                          ...
About Mohamed Refugee-Entrepreneur Founder and Executive Director   –  www.MultiLingualpros.com   –  www.A2ZLI.com   –  ...
AGENDA (Intense & Hands-on)• Résumé or CV (Curriculum Vitae)–Localize or Go Standard?• International Resume: SEO and Socia...
THE CASE FOR A GLOBAL CAREER(IF SUCH CASE HAD TO EVEN BE MADE)• Record-high, and increasing International M&A activities• ...
THE CASE FOR A GLOBAL CAREER(IF SUCH CASE HAD TO EVEN BE MADE)                 Source: PwCs Private Company Trendsetter Ba...
RÉSUMÉ OR CV (CURRICULUM VITAE)Sales 2 CPA 3 Tax 4 Business Development 5 Marketing 6 Controller 7 Healthcare 8 Human Reso...
RÉSUMÉ OR CV (CURRICULUM VITAE)       LOCALIZE OR NOT?                      When To Use a CV? Where to a Use CV?
INTERNATIONAL JOB SEARCH    COSTLY, YET, AVOIDABLE MISTAKES•   Total Internships = ?•   Late Start•   The Culture Trap•   ...
GETTING PAST THE GATE-KEEPERS        LEVERAGING RECRUITERS•   What the Recruiters Won’t Tell You.•   Job-Searching is a Sa...
UVP YOUR UNIQUE VALUE PROPOSITION• Why You—and NOT the Other Candidates?• They can Forget everything else, But your UVP!  ...
CONNECTINGBRIDGE THE LANGUAGE & CULTURE GAP•   Exhibit High Global IQ.•   Exert Emotional & Cultural Intelligence.•   Over...
INTERNATIONAL WORKERS          EMPLOYMENT LAW• Know Your Worth—Know Your Rights.• Visas & Work Permits.  – Working While S...
PRACTICAL JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES                  Get Your Laptops out!•   Resume-SEO.•   Expanding Your Resume Real Estate...
SELF-ASSESSMENT & INTERNATIONAL   CAREER DEVELOPMENT TOOLS     A Comprehensive Skills Assessment Tool:• International Skil...
SELF-ASSESSMENT & INTERNATIONAL   CAREER DEVELOPMENT TOOLS          A One-Page Global Career Planner:• Global Career Build...
THE ENTREPRENEUR WITHIN
NEXT SESSION: RESUME CLINIC
THANK YOU!
1. Abenaki                         624. Proven                                                          84. Brahui        ...
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Successfully Navigating the International Job Market

Ever wanted an international job?
Ever wondered how to get one?
Where to look?

If you’ve found yourself asking any of these questions, this workshop is for you. It is jam-packed with hot
confessions of a Global Headhunter. Entrepreneur & Global Career Coach, Mohamed Ly reveals insider
information on the world’s leading employers and shares no-nonsense and instantly actionable strategies
for conducting a successful international job search in a tough economy.

During this session, you will learn how to stack up the building blocks of your international career,
become a magnet for prestigious employers and recruiters, and land the job you really want!

Questions, issues and topics high on the minds of globally-bound job seekers will be covered, including:

• Résumé or CV (Curriculum Vitae)—When and Where to Use Which?

• Effective strategies for Global Résumé-SEO, International and Multi-Layer Networking (MLN).

• Top Mistakes International Candidates Make and How to Avoid Them?

•Breaking Through: From Leveraging or Circumventing “Gatekeepers” to Lending High-Profile
Assignments or Projects.

• How to formulate of a Unique Value Proposition and deploy effective Staging Techniques and
Strategies?

• How much Résumé Localization is necessary (to Translate or Not to Translate}?

•How to Bridge the Language Gap while Connecting Culturally: International Job Interview
Protocol and Etiquette (using proper keywords, format, style, content, culture-specific phrases/
idioms, etc.).

• Employment Law: Know your Rights and Obligations as you navigate international waters.

• Exclusive preview to unique Career Development Tools:

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the Global Career Building Blocks™,

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and the International Skills Assessment instrument.

Résumé Writing & Critiquing Clinic (immediately following breakout session):

10 attendees will be randomly selected, winning a one-on-one complimentary Résumé Review
and Critique, with the opportunity to ask more personal questions, receive tailored advice and
recommendations, and make final tweaks to their résumé/CV before meeting recruiters.

About the Presenter:

Mohamed Ly, MBA, is an Entrepreneurship Coach, Global HR, Diversity and International Career Strategist, founder
and executive director of MultiLingualPros.com. Ly is the author of the forthcoming book, Going "Glocal": Local
Jobs, Global Careers--The Ultimate Career Guide for multilingual, multicultural and
international executives, professionals and students, for success in the global job
market and workplace. A well-versed public speaker, frequently quoted and featured
in various industry and general media (including SHRM Magazine, HR Executive
Magazine, HR.com, DiversityInc Magazine, NPR, and Yahoo!), Ly also writes for
leading publications, about diversity, globalization, education, entrepreneurship, business,
workforce and career management.

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  • www.RefugeeInc.org
  • U.S. Sec. of State, Hillary Clinton: October 14, 2011 speech to the Economic Club of New York
  • You Must NOT just Translate; there’s more to it than language!
  • Self-elimination, Failure to leverage professional experience gained from consulting projects, thru curriculum. Lack of mentor/guide (LinkedIn career map), polluting the web with your resume. Lack of Industry Knowledge. Going it Alone (no mentor/coach)Accent /language limitations.Poor Company Research
  • SWOT You!
  • Sports, culture-specific lingo…Example: West Africa>> colleague offers polite lunch invite. Do you go or not?
  • Illegal interview Qs: birth date? Place of birth? Marital Status? Kids?OPT: under F1 visaCompare & Contrast:Working for US MNC abroad, Working for foreign firm, abroad. Labor Laws. UN Convention on Migrant Workers RightsImmigration Reform and Control Act 1986.
  • Just how many Biz started in college dorm? Or because someone was not happy with available options (or lack thereof)?
  • Thanks to all participating schools & MBA students.
  • “If you need help, Help Others– Mohamed Ly, http://www.MohamedLy.com/
  • Successfully navigating the international job market final

    1. 1. Successfully Navigating the International Job Market Presented by Mohamed Ly, . for the Georgetown-ESADE InauguralGlobal MBA Career Conference & Expo February 10, 2012 , Washington, DC
    2. 2. About Mohamed Refugee-Entrepreneur Founder and Executive Director – www.MultiLingualpros.com – www.A2ZLI.com – www.ReturnOnDiversity.com – Refugee, Inc. Global Recruiter, Diversity Strategist, Leadership Development & International Career Coach Author: Going "Glocal": Local Jobs, Global Careers
    3. 3. AGENDA (Intense & Hands-on)• Résumé or CV (Curriculum Vitae)–Localize or Go Standard?• International Resume: SEO and Social Media.• Top mistakes by International Candidates—Avoiding them.• Getting Past the Gatekeepers/Leveraging Recruiters.• Your Unique Value Proposition/Staging Techniques.• Bridging the Language and Culture Gap—Connecting.• International Employment Laws.• Preview: Tools for Taking Your Career Global (from Going “Glocal”, the book)• Next: 1-hour Resume Clinic.
    4. 4. THE CASE FOR A GLOBAL CAREER(IF SUCH CASE HAD TO EVEN BE MADE)• Record-high, and increasing International M&A activities• “The worlds strategic and economic center of gravity is shifting east”—U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton heralded the United States
    5. 5. THE CASE FOR A GLOBAL CAREER(IF SUCH CASE HAD TO EVEN BE MADE) Source: PwCs Private Company Trendsetter Barometer • FDI is increasingly driven by emerging-market corporations, as evidenced by M&A activity as well as greenfield investments • In just two decades, emerging economies will have increased their share of global output from slightly over a quarter to close to one half Source: The World Bank Group
    6. 6. RÉSUMÉ OR CV (CURRICULUM VITAE)Sales 2 CPA 3 Tax 4 Business Development 5 Marketing 6 Controller 7 Healthcare 8 Human Resources 9 Insurance 10 Software 11 Manufacturing 12 Finance 13 Retail 14 CFO 15 Medical Device 16 Pharmaceutical 17 Sales Manager 18 Software Sales 19 Financial Advisor 20 Pharmacist 21 Medical 22 Supply Chain 23 SAP 24 Accounting 25 Medical Sales 26 Account Executive 27 Audit 28 Tax Manager 29 Food 30 Engineer 31 Recruiter 32 Product Manager 33 Construction 34 Manager35 Project Manager 36 Oracle 37 HVAC 38 Java 39 Operations 40 Director 41 Inside Sales 42 Hospital 43 Attorney 44Call Center 45 SEC 46 Packaging 47 Pharmacy 48 Physician 49 Outsourcing 50 International Tax 51 Logistics 52 Deloitte 53 FAS 109 54 Compliance 55 SAAS 56 Real Estate 57 Electrical Engineer 58 Nurse 59 SEC Reporting 60 Security 61 Technology 62 Storage 63 Energy 64 ERP 65 Aerospace 66 Procurement 67 Private Equity 68 RN 69 Business Intelligence 70 Compensation 71 Cisco 72 C++ 73 Engineering 74 Mechanical Engineer 75Ikon 76 CPG77 Chemical 78 ADP 79 Bank 80 Banking 81 Mortgage 82 Financial Services 83 IT 84 Business Analyst 85 Advertising 86 Accountant 87 KPMG 88 Product Development 89 Wealth Management 90 Transportation 91 Sales Engineer 92 Internal Audit 93 Benefits 94 BPO 95 Litigation 96 Lean 97 Series 7 98 Telecommunications 99 Government 100 CRM LOCALIZE OR NOT?
    7. 7. RÉSUMÉ OR CV (CURRICULUM VITAE) LOCALIZE OR NOT? When To Use a CV? Where to a Use CV?
    8. 8. INTERNATIONAL JOB SEARCH COSTLY, YET, AVOIDABLE MISTAKES• Total Internships = ?• Late Start• The Culture Trap• Self-Praise /“Modesty Coat”• “Focus”, or Lack thereof• Poor Online Branding• Poor Research• Self-Eliminating…
    9. 9. GETTING PAST THE GATE-KEEPERS LEVERAGING RECRUITERS• What the Recruiters Won’t Tell You.• Job-Searching is a Sales Job.• You Can’t Sell a Resume You did not Write.• Think like a Hiring Manager.• Set the Stage before even Applying.• Gaining Back-Door Access• Building an Army of Insider-Advocates…
    10. 10. UVP YOUR UNIQUE VALUE PROPOSITION• Why You—and NOT the Other Candidates?• They can Forget everything else, But your UVP! BOLD. DIFFERENT. RESOLUTIONARY!
    11. 11. CONNECTINGBRIDGE THE LANGUAGE & CULTURE GAP• Exhibit High Global IQ.• Exert Emotional & Cultural Intelligence.• Overcome Interview Fear/Anxiety.• New Challenges: High Tech Interviewing.• Educating (Not just Impressing) your Interviewer!• Global Presence, International Protocol and Business Etiquette (Avoid Cultural Faux Pas).
    12. 12. INTERNATIONAL WORKERS EMPLOYMENT LAW• Know Your Worth—Know Your Rights.• Visas & Work Permits. – Working While Studying – OPT (Optional Practical Training) – H-1B (65,000 Annual Cap) – Other Migrant Work Visa Options: NT.• Illegal Discrimination (INA, IRCA). The Law is on Your Side
    13. 13. PRACTICAL JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES Get Your Laptops out!• Resume-SEO.• Expanding Your Resume Real Estate.• Harnessing the power LinkedIn & Google.• The Thing with …Big Risk for Brand!• Where & How to Find International Jobs. – Top Leadership Development Programs. – International Development/Business, Gov., NGO… – Connections – Agencies – Trends/National Programs.
    14. 14. SELF-ASSESSMENT & INTERNATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT TOOLS A Comprehensive Skills Assessment Tool:• International Skills Assessment Tool™ Helping globally-minded professionals gain insights to better integrate their core competencies into a successful international career and life. (From the book, Going “Glocal”)
    15. 15. SELF-ASSESSMENT & INTERNATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT TOOLS A One-Page Global Career Planner:• Global Career Building Blocks™ – With Milestone Marker (From the book, Going “Glocal”)
    16. 16. THE ENTREPRENEUR WITHIN
    17. 17. NEXT SESSION: RESUME CLINIC
    18. 18. THANK YOU!
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