You’ve fine tuned your resume, you have your story down cold, and you match PERFECTLY to the job description. You wrote the most amazing cover letter, your portfolio is ready, and you nailed the pre-qualification questions. Application sent. Now what?
In this interactive session, we will reveal how the recruiting process works, and maybe tell you a few secrets, so you can get your message through. We will navigate the waters and make sure your compass heading is clear.
7:30AM | Attendee check in, networking
8:00AM | Workshop led by Patty Thompson
9:00AM | Workshop ends
Light breakfast and coffee will be available while it lasts!
Patty Pritchard Thompson is an accomplished Talent Acquisition professional with a proven track record in the fields of technology, marketing, operations, and sales. Patty has consulted at several well known organizations providing recruiting strategy and execution, and was previously employed at several technology consulting firms. Currently, she is a Talent Coach for Newance, a Milwaukee based HR consulting company, and is focused on helping individual clients navigate their way through the process of career discovery and job searching.
In addition to career coaching, Patty is the Executive Director of Chill on the Hill, a local concert series at Humboldt Park. She is the Past President of the Bay View Neighborhood Association, and recently completed her term on the South Shore Yacht Club Board. She is also an avid sailor, soccer player, and musician.
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Newance works with growing companies from early stage to venture and beyond to solve their technical and highly skilled talent challenges. We offer unmatched community access through our partners in NEWaukee and over a decade of experience in building high performing agile teams.
Our services include talent strategy consulting, recruitment and experience based offerings to engage recruits and employees.
A Note from the NEWaukee Team on COVID-19:
“The NEWaukee team is closely monitoring news and guidelines regarding the coronavirus. We will communicate with registered attendees via email if any changes to event plans are made.
If you are feeling ill or experiencing any symptoms, we politely request that you do not attend this event. If you are at higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19, we also suggest that you refrain from attending our events at this time.
Additionally, we ask that all attendees abstain from handshakes/hug greetings as a precautionary measure at this time.
Please help us all stay healthy by taking everyday actions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:
- Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
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