Tag: job search
And a half a million will lose their unemployment benefits. Over time people get less cordial!
Tomorrow morning I will be speaking at Xavier University’s Williams College of Business Career Campaign.
As a panelist the audience make-up will be current students, graduates, and alumni of the university and I will be talking about “Working while you’re not Working” and innovative ways to approach search, stay active and involved regardless of your situation.
Look forward to meeting current and former Xavier students! If we get eye contact you better say hello!
Preparing to be Back in the saddle
No one wants to find themselves in an odd situation. Again. You never want to be without a job. Again! I have written about lay-offs before and I have subtly referred to it as well as talked about my own experience. Approaching the end of 2009, I started this site as a result of company restructuring. I was notified on a Friday in 2009 so TGIF doesn’t mean quite the same thing to me anymore. Toward the 3rd quarter of 2010 I found a position that worked. Over the last 2 years it has been great. I have learned a lot. I was able to teach just as much.
Now I am looking for a position again. So what’s up?
I have enjoyed working for Standard Register. I would love to continue working for them because it is a great fit. A great team. A great company. But with any company times are difficult. With the company’s recent announcement of cutting up to 15% of the workforce I am in preparation mode. Over the last 2 years I have worked to contribute toward sustainability. Increasing not only the performance of the individuals I worked with, but also their understanding of the people across the business…
… here I am, ready for you!!!
In light of the news I am weighing my options and that means I am making myself available, so…
An experienced human resources and training professional, I hold an MBA and a solid background with large and small companies in the areas of Business to Business solutions, Manufacturing and Fortune 500. I have a real ability in speaking, formal communications and have a deep interest in venturing into External Relations and PR. I believe I would be pretty great at it. With my more recent Social Media, virtual WebEx and salesforce.com implementation experience, the technical side is not to difficult for me to master either.
So What I am Looking For?
- My core experience has been working within the business and with the people from the front line to the glass ceiling. I am most experienced in training, human resources and business strategy. I am very proud of being able to talk the language of business and the language of people!
- I love working in performance management and the training side of the business. However, I also have transferable skills that would seamlessly transition into Corporate Communications and External Relations.
- I am based in Cincinnati, OH. For me now, working locally or in the Dayton, OH area would be ideal but telecommuting with travel would be an option.
- I would like to work with a company that allows me the opportunity to build value for their customers and to reach out to their employees using social media. It would be an added bonus to continue writing in my blog as well.
- I am open to a full-time employment, consultant based or project based roles.
- The best thing is that my entire team and many of the people who I worked with offer their references… so you should feel confident I am a great hire!
If you have read something that builds your interest in adding me as a valuable member of your team, please feel free to contact me. You can find out more by reviewing my LinkedIn profile or downloading a PDF of my Resume. And if you want to get in touch with me, please do so.
This Blog: I have been writing this blog for about 2 years which has allowed me to stay in touch with my area of expertise, deal with challenging topics, and leverage the connections and conversations. I have built these into some strong and beneficial business collaborations and partnerships. Through it I have been able to do gain great feedback and conversation. It has been a great experience.
“Just because you don’t have work… doesn’t mean you don’t have work to do!”
and I’ve got work to do!