Designed exclusively for Johnson alumni, this webinar series features dynamic speakers who present topics designed to help you advance your career, delivered to you in the comfort of your own home or office.
All webinars are sponsored by Johnson CMC, complimentary for alumni, and take place on Wednesday afternoons from 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. EST.
You are cordially invited to join us for the final webinar of the 2017 series:
Strategic Social Media: Making New Connections on Twitter
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Making new connections and a good impression in the right place at the right time can be a challenge. Whether you are seeking new opportunities or to build your reputation, Twitter provides a great channel to expand your network and bust barriers.
Join Chandlee Bryan, M.Ed., co-author of the Twitter Job Search Guide and learn a framework for using Twitter in your professional life:
Summary: This workshop will share techniques employers and individuals use to find and build influence on Twitter.
How to Share not Bare: Learn to create shareable content without controversy or opportunity for misinterpretation.
Optimize: Learn tools to increase engagement without significant time investment - the inverse law of social media reciprocity.
Where to Start: How to budget your time and create a consistent, engaging presence without tuning in 24/7.
Chandlee Bryan, M.Ed. specializes in career and professional reputation management. As a career advisor with certifications in career coaching and the techniques recruiters use to search for and identify potential applicants, Chandlee has a comprehensive understanding of the hiring process. In addition to having over a dozen years of experience in career management at Ivy League schools, Chandlee has worked in recruiting, as a Resume Writing Specialist for Microsoft and as a leader of one of Manhattan's largest grassroots job search groups. She founded a small private practice, Best Fit Forward in 2008 and currently works at the Center for Professional Development at Dartmouth College. She is a co-author of the Twitter Job Search Guide.