Design a Better Job Search | Congregation Beth Am

Design a Better Job Search

A Workshop led by Beth Am Member Susie Fishman

Are you thinking about your next career step or just returning to the workforce after a break? Are you unsure about how to present yourself to a hiring team? If your approach to your job search feels stale, is not producing the results you want and you feel like you are going to end up settling for a job that is not even close to your dream job then it is time to rethink your job search strategy.

In this talk, we will learn about how to apply creative design principles and tools to your job search. We will start with examining your talents and relevant experience, thinking about what you enjoy doing and assessing how you can have a positive impact.

This is a creative, visual approach where you will begin to develop your custom job search strategy that will help you discover and connect to your next career move. You will come away with fresh ideas that you can put into action right away.   

Information about how to register will follow. The workshop is free, but we request registration by Tuesday, September 3 for planning purposes.

Susie Fishman is Founder of StartupAndRunning.com, a consultancy that helps early stage startups, creatives and non-profits get up and running with their new projects. Most recently, Susie led Talent Management for Light, a camera tech startup developing high-resolution imaging technology for small form factor devices. In her role, she helped the team grow 7x and close 3 successful rounds of financing for over $175M. Prior startup experiences include leading various operations teams in manufacturing, ed tech and software development. Susie has a BS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.

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