Career guidance at SLA 2012

SLA is presenting three Career Connection seminars in Chicago that you won't want to miss!

Join speaker Jill Hurst-Wahl for the interactive session "Make the Most of a Difficult Situation: Solutions to Get You Through." Get advice for dealing with workplace challenges like mean bosses or an unfriendly atmosphere. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to share your own experiences and solutions. Learn practical strategies that will help you navigate rough patches so you can focus on job priorities.   Monday, July 16, 10:00am – 11:30am

Are you searching for new career challenges and facing the dreaded job of updating your résumé? Make the task easier by attending "Your Résumé as a Marketing Tool: Make It Count!" Presenter Diane Goldstein will help you write a résumé that showcases your talents and grabs the attention of employers you're targeting.  Tuesday, July 17, 10:00am – 11:30am

Your insecurities about negotiating will vanish after you hear Mary Ellen Bates discuss "The Art of Negotiation." Mary Ellen shares her negotiating widsom and you go back to your workplace with valuable skills…everybody wins!  Tuesday, July, 17, 2:00pm – 3:30pm


SLA Career Connection Seminars at SLA 2012 are sponsored by the SLA Philadelphia Chapter and by TRAK Records and Library.

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