Land Your Next Interview With Steve Dalton’s 2-Hour Job Search Workshop

| September 4, 2020
Submitted by Caroline Roberts for CPD
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**RECORDING OF THIS SESSION NOW AVAILABLE ON OSCARplus: MBA>Resources**

The single hardest part of the modern job search is getting an interview.  The only predictable way to get an interview is through networking, but “networking” is frustratingly vague advice.  How do you network so that it leads to interviews, exactly?

In this three-hour workshop, The 2-Hour Job Search author Steve Dalton and Duke MBA career coach offers an exact process rather than a series of tips for effectively turning strangers into advocates, leading to more internal referrals and more job interviews. This session proposes an efficient alternative to hopelessly applying to online job postings. The 2-Hour Job Search turns networking into a finite and replicable recipe.

To create this recipe, Dalton drew upon the latest science ranging from behavioral economics to operations theory to social psychology to split networking into its three component parts: prioritizing targets, contacting employees, and recruiting advocacy. Each will be discussed in turn to help job seekers harness free and simple technology to get the right job faster.

Event details:

  • Wednesday September 9
  • 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. (EST)

More information and registration can be found on OSCARplus.

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