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The New-Norm Job Candidate: 5 Ways to Stand Out From the Crowd
I’ve been between jobs and understand the uncertainty that unemployment creates. I’ve also been on the other side and have spent the majority of my professional career interviewing and hiring candidates. Both seasons have taught me valuable lessons about the hiring process and I look forward to sharing that insight with you in part 2 of our summer webinar series.

Whether you are unemployed and need a job or are currently employed but would like to find a more satisfying job, I invite you to join me for our second webinar as I share 5 practical ways the new-norm job candidates can stand out from the crowd and in the process increase their chances of not just finding any job but in finding that worthwhile job.

Key Takeaways:

1. Develop the framework for discovering your unique professional vision

2. Be equipped to create a productive networking plan

3. Learn the do’s and don’t’s to a successful interview

Jul 16, 2020 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Shawn Welch
Chief Equipping Officer @Shawn Welch Company
Shawn Welch is the founder and Chief Equipping Officer of the Shawn Welch Company (SWCo) which exists to equip organizations, leaders, and teams by maximizing their potential through leadership training and development, culture-building and strategic planning, HR support, and personal leadership and executive coaching. Before starting SWCo, Shawn was on the founding team of Typhoon Texas Waterparks and served as their Director of Organizational Development. He is a regular speaker at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) Expo and also the World Waterpark Association (WWA) Show. In 2019, Shawn received the Best Speaker Award at the WWA show. At home, Shawn enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife Jen and their English Springer Spaniel named Rudy. Shawn has a passion to help aspiring organizations and leaders become the best version of themselves.