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Our Keynote speaker, Ms. Elisabeth Sanders-Park, is a celebrated author, speaker, and thought leader. She used her thought-leaders skills when the pandemic hit and immediately retooled as an online presenter. She generously offered APCDA free training in effective online training. Her broad knowledge of the practical side of the job search and brilliant thinking on that issue has helped thousands of career practitioners to equip and inspire their clients and find work they love.
Her keynote, “Thinking Like an Employer to Help Your Clients Succeed,” will help us to provide new insights to our job seeking clients. Many of us haven't been in the shoes of the 'hiring employer' in a while... or ever! To truly help our job-seeking clients, we must be able to think like an employer and understand the hiring process from their perspective. This session teaches a powerful, proven, simple and reliable way to consistently think like an employer... and teach your clients to do the same! It will be fun and practical, and what you learn will benefit your work for decades to come!
On May 27, she will offer a virtual 3-hour workshop called “5 Keys to Helping People Start Careers.” If you work with people who are entering or re-entering the labor market, this interactive session will allow you to:
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