program from career expert Stephen Krempl.
Mr. Krempl is the President of Krempl Communications International (KCI), a company that focuses on management and executive development. Before starting KCI, Mr. Krempl was the Vice President of Global Learning at Starbucks Coffee Company and served in senior training and education roles at Fortune 500 companies such as YUM Brands, PepsiCo and Motorola.
The “The Next 30 Days on the Job,” webinar will provide practical tips and advice for job seekers to grow their career within a company. Key takeaways for webinar attendees will include:
How to put yourself on the PATH to success
Secrets of setting yourself apart in the workplace
The two most important groups for networking
To learn more and register for the webinar, please visit: http://online.bryantstratton.edu/webinar/…
deal with a resume on the merits of qualification and relevant experience as it applies to working in the Canada or the USA or from time to time Europe or Asia ... Of course personality fit culture/corporate fit is also evaluated ... When you added Recruiting tips to your title this is where we break off as I apply the same training to all regardless of race ...
If we want to talk about the Asian Pacific, South Asia/ African / Indian Culture fine we can write for years about minority complexes and living as a Minority "Asian" in North America .. That is a COMPLEX topic across minorities. This blog is not big enough to handle this topic and this may not even be the right forum ...
So please define for me what are you focusing on; Recruiting qualified candidates who happen to have Asian backgrounds if so, how would it change if I am recruiting folks who happen to happen to have African American backgrounds, would it change if they studied at Yale or Harvard, does my technique change for Indian Americans who only went to college... Are we talking about the Recruiting profession ... ?…
logy headhunters in the nation. He ranked at the top of 5,000 peers in 44 countries within the worlds largest professional search organization where he broke the all-time record for annual company production and won awards for client service. Nathan created a national ERP software practice producing $30 million in revenue with more than twenty Fortune 500 clients. In Nathan’s first five-and-a-half years in search, Nathan personally generated over $7.7 million in cash-in. Nathan holds a Bachelors of Political Science from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and an MBA from Centenary College.
About This Segment:
In this session, Nathan shares key tips to developing a robust practice, the importance of setting the right foundations in the beginning, and the need to never been complacent. It is critical information relevant to every recruiter, new or tenured, that desires to make recruiting a lucrative life long career!
In this session Nathan will discuss:
- How he built his practice and became a market master
- His approach and mindset for relationships with his team and clients
- His techniques that separate him from his competitors
- The biggest lessons learned in his career as a recruiter
- 3 pieces of advice he would give to those who want to take their practice to the next level
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