For those looking to transition into new careers this year and beyond, it’s important to understand how new digital platforms can help you stand out. Recruiters and hiring leaders at all levels are moving beyond traditional methods in their search for top talent, and mastering today’s online tools allows you to be much more proactive in finding your next act.
Join friends and colleagues from the Harvard Business School Club for an evening with Rob Hellmann, a renowned career consultant and recent author of Advanced LinkedIn, as he shares his advice on how to find the perfect job and “get found” by top companies, recruiters, and hiring managers.
He will cover techniques such as how to boost results in your job search using tools like keywords, which skills are important to highlight on your profile page, how your business page can attract the right clients and optimizing your LinkedIn presence in the context of other social media platforms.
It is a new world out there for many of us, and if you are feeling you could use an overview, particularly one that comes with a career management viewpoint, come join us! Hellmann has helped thousands of clients to reach their job-search, career, and on-the-job goals through his active private practice, and we’re thrilled to have him share his expertise with the HBS community.
Career & Executive Coach
As President of Hellmann Career Consulting (www.hellmannconsulting.com), Robert Hellmann provides a range of career services to individuals and organizations; he has helped over 1,000 professionals to define and achieve their career goals. He’s a certified GetFive Executive Career Coach, a LinkedIn-Certified Professional Recruiter, and a LinkedIn-designated help-forums expert. Rob has partnered with LinkedIn to train their corporate “LinkedIn Recruiter” clients. He’s also co-created GetFive’s career-coach training curriculum and developed their viewpoint on LinkedIn for jobseekers. Rob is a regular contributor to Forbes, and his career insights have also appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, NBC News, ABC News, and more.