Alfred Poor is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers and has two programs targeted for corporate audiences:
“Survive the Corporate Jungle” is a career skills presentation based on his book, “7 Success Skills that Every Employee Needs to Know.” This dynamic and engaging program picks up where resume and job interview training end. It gives workers practical skills and strategies that apply in any job, helping them be more successful so that they are more likely to hold onto their job and helping speed that next promotion. This program is suitable for a large audience presentation or a breakout session workshop. Click here for more information.
“Freelance Survival Skills for Job Seekers” is designed to be part of outplacement programs or other responses to downsizing. It is taking longer and longer for even qualified candidates to locate new jobs. While the basics of resume writing and job-seeking skills are fundamental, this presentation gives former employees practical skills and information that will help tide them over until they land that next position. Freelance work can help with cash flow, and can be used to demonstrate positive activity during the job-seeking process. This program is best suited for workshop settings that allow for plenty of interaction. Click here for more information.