Mastering networking is important as more jobs are landed this way than through applying through ads and job boards. Consider all the networking you are already doing – support groups, recruitment fairs, informal interviews, group functions – just how successful are you in promoting yourself? Marty will share tools to help you improve your technique, confidence, and results.
Careers are built on networking and building relationships. Do you want to understand what networking is all about so you can be successful in order to advance your career?
This special guest speaker will discuss a topic all people should know and understand if they want to build a successful future. Attendees will learn how to build and maintain a network. You will hear about the tools you need to build relationships, ways to approach people for career development assistance, methods to communicate with others, the Do’s and Don’ts of social networking and the business challenges you will face in your career.
Join us for an exciting session to learn what you really must do to build your successful career!
Time & Location
Saturday, April 16, 2016; 8:30 am
Career Support Group (CSGSGG) Monthly Meeting will be held at:
- Saint Gregory the Great Church
- Parish Center (rear of parking lot)
- O’Connor Hall Meeting Room
- 4620 Nottingham Way, Hamilton, NJ 08690
- 8:15 am Doors Open
- 8:30 am Meeting Kick Off/Special Presentation followed by Open Networking
Marty Latman is the chairman of the Bergen Chapter of Financial Executive Network Group (FENG), which has successfully helped more than 1,600 of its members find gainful employment. Marty is also the chairman of NJ Strategic Executive Networking Group (NJSENG), a FEI member, and a member of over 20 other career networking groups. Marty has been a guest speaker to many networking groups where he has discussed various career development topics including networking, interviewing techniques, advance career planning strategies, and one deals with being in transition. Marty is a graduate of The State University of New York-Albany, and a resident of Franklin Lakes, New Jersey.