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"Networking: Blending Zoom and In the Room" (CS #96)
Join Kim Littlefield and Mary Cavanaugh from Keystone Partners for a discussion on networking virtually and in-person.


Tuesday, June 14, 2022

6:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m.

(A Zoom Event)

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn why networking is more important than ever in today’s job market
2. Discover how being open to other geographies can help
3. Understand how to network today: what to say, how to build connections, follow up, and get a “yes!”
4. Discuss the pros and cons of networking via video vs face to face and how to make a good impression
5. Find out how to ask for a call or video vs a 15 min coffee
6. Learn how to adopt a reciprocal mindset

Mary Cavanaugh, Senior Vice President, oversees Keystone Partners' Career Management business operations and is a member of the leadership team that sets the strategic direction and operational initiatives for the company. She holds 20 years' HR experience in high tech, government contracting, and professional services industries – including science and biotech. Mary joined Keystone Partners to leverage her deep experience coaching clients in their career management strategy. Her expertise encompasses career development, performance management, recruiting and selection, and training. A frequent presenter and panel member, Mary has discussed career management issues and innovations at MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association, the CFA Society of Boston, and the Boston Securities Traders Association. Mary received her BA from Boston College. She is also a CPI Master Career Transition Consultant and Certified New Horizons Coach.

Kim Littlefield, Partner at Keystone Partners, has more than 20 years’ experience in business development in the human capital consulting space where she advises organizations and executives on complex workforce planning, leadership development, and career transition issues. Kim provides a strategic approach to career management and works with global organizations to guide the development of successful programs for retention, leadership development, executive coaching, team building, and management training. Before joining Keystone, Kim was a certified senior trainer with Dale Carnegie where she taught courses on human relations, communication, leadership, sales, and presentation skills. Kim is a sought-after speaker on topics including networking, negotiating and personal branding. She has also written and contributed to articles on networking, resiliency, and Stay Interview programs. Kim holds an MS in Adult and Organizational Learning from Suffolk University and a BS in Business Administratio n from Bryant University

Event Information
Tuesday, Jun 14 2022 at 6:30pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
Zoom Event

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