The Westchester Networking Organization (WNO) invites you to our monthly meeting on Monday, November 17, 2014 at the Croton On Hudson Free Library,
· This month, Donna Held will present “Ask The Recruiter”.
· As always, the WNO Career Doctor is in. Plan to visit with independent career coach Linsey Levine, who will offer brief, professional one-on-one advisory sessions.
· Lew Tischler will offer brief Small Business advisory sessions.
· Light refreshments, courtesy of
If you plan on coming, our meetings are free, but you must register at http://wno20141117.eventbrite.com/. Should you discover you will be unable to attend, extend your apologies by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can find someone else one of our limited seats.
Get the most from WNO meetings:
· Bring your business cards and have them ready when you register.
· You are always making an impression. Business casual is expected.
· If you are not already a member, join our WNO Yahoo Group. Follow all instructions carefully.
· After the meeting, new members will receive an invitation to join our LinkedIn group.
November 17, 2014 – Agenda:
Registration & Open networking
7:00 – 7:09 p.m.:
Greetings & General announcements
7:10 – 8:14 p.m.:
Donna Held presenting “Ask the Recruiter”
8:15 – 8:44 p.m.:
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SESSION: Ask the Recruiter
PRESENTER: Donna Held
Donna Held will be conducting an open question-and-answer session on topics ranging from: interviewing skills, salary negotiation, targeting your search in today's job market, cover letter and resume writing, as well as techniques for working with both corporate and staffing firm recruiters. This is your chance to ask those tough questions and prepare yourself to respond in a supportive environment. Donna suggests you send her your resume, and, if you wish, any additional question or topics a few days prior to the meeting. Send to dheld@CTECHNY.com and note "WNO Meeting 11/17 in the subject line. Donna will address as many topics and questions that meeting time allows.
Donna Held is an entrepreneurial businesswoman with expertise in the worlds of information technology and financial services. She is known in her industry as a high energy salesperson and recruiter, knowledgeable, responsive and bottom-line driven, with a reputation for quick, effective turn-around on projects under her direction.
Ms. Held started Career Techniques Inc. in 2008. It is a privately held recruiting firm specializing in the fields of financial services and technology recruiting for both the consultant and the permanent employee. In addition, Career Techniques Inc. specializes in job preparation skills including resume writing, interview and negotiation skills. Ms. Held has been a guest speaker at TENG, NWO, Connect to Care and other networking groups. Some of Career Techniques Inc. clients include: JPMorgan Chase, Bunge Global Markets, Deutsche Bank, Omgeo, The Church Pension Group and more.
Ms. Held spearheaded the development of the Information Technology Consulting Division for The Ayers Group, a multi-national human resources consulting firm. Ms. Held joined the firm in 2000 as Vice President, Staffing Services, and was promoted to Managing Director in 2004. She grew the business from its inception, developing its infrastructure, compensation plans, and hiring its recruiting and sales staff. When The Ayers Group was sold in May of 2006, Ms. Held’s division was generating $7.5 million in annual sales.
Ms. Held obtained her MBA as well as her BS from
You can reach Donna by calling 914-238-4253 or emailing her at email@example.com
Secure your seat. Register at http://wno20141117.eventbrite.com/. Walk-ins are welcome on a non-guaranteed first-come, first-served basis and must fill in a registration form at the front desk as well as present a business card. We have a very limited number of available seats, remember to register early.
The Free Croton Library parking lot is limited in space, please park in the back of the lot or on the street. Remember, the wise networker carpools.
We have a new website, please take a moment and sneak a peek at http://wno.weebly.com. There’s a wealth of information here for you to peruse.
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