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Coach Chat, a career education program created for Emory alumni, is designed to stimulate career thinking and share ideas, tools, and resources.
Topics are not only designed for the immediate job seeker—rather, they are designed to help alumni at all career levels navigate the natural change and complexity of professional and personal lives. Alumni can join Coach Chat to listen and participate in career-related conversations including “The Psychology of Networking” and “Your Professional Story.”
Sessions feature guests including the EAA’s Executive Career Coach Jodie Charlop 82Ox 85C, other career professionals, authors, alumni, business/community leaders, and other friends of Emory engaging in timely career conversations.
Coach Chat sessions are interactive, providing the opportunity to ask questions during the sessions. To participate, register for your session of choice and join the webinar. Past sessions are available for download to Emory alumni. Coach Chat is free to Emory alumni and available at a nominal charge to others.
New to participating in webinars? Test your compatibility to join a GoToWebinar session.
Coach Chat: The Art of Effective Employee One-on-Ones With Your Direct Reports
Are you meeting regularly with your employees for one-on-one meetings? Employee One-on-Ones is a powerful managerial tool that can improve employee dialogue, commitment and performance. Learn how to apply a step-by-step process to ensure that you and your employees have a clear understanding of organizational goals, roles, priorities and expectations. This approach will contribute to a higher level of employee motivation, engagement and commitment to the organization. Learn the ten best practices for successful one-on-ones and how to identify topics that should be addressed in these meetings. Register.
Coach Chat: How Powerful is Your Resume?
Danielle Rubenstein, NCC, alumni career adviser for Goizueta Business School, joins us to discuss resumes and tips for making sure your resume is as effective as possible to achieve the results you want. Learn how to maximize key words, write an effective professional summary, and target your resume to the roles you seek. Your resume only has a few seconds to make a great impression and open the door to further discussion. Does your resume have that power? Register.
|Salary Negotiations in a Challenging Economic Climate||The Challenges and Opportunities of the Holiday Job Search ('Tis the Season to be Hired)|
|Why Do You Need a Professional Identity and Story?||How Long Should My Job Search Take?|
|Interview Skills||The Art of the Resume|
|11 Most Common Reasons Why Your Job Search May Be Failing||Got a Gap?|
|Polishing Your Professional Approach||How to Navigate the Online Job World|
|Surviving a Layoff, Avoiding a Layoff||The Psychology of Networking: Networking Reframed|
|Your Professional Story||Are You Ready if Career Opportunity Knocks|
|Winning Strategies for the "Over 5o" Job Search|
|Interviewing with Power||Brainstorm Your Career Choices|
|Getting the Job is One Thing…|
|Mentoring for Career Progression|
|New Year, New You|
|The Reluctant Entrepreneur|
|Managing Your Boss and Other Powerful People: Managing Power in the Workplace|
|Career Resilience: Take Charge of Your Career|
|The Psychology of Interviewing||Go or Grow|
|Using Assessments to Accelerate Career Success||Overcoming the Production Trap|
|Becoming a “Rock Star” at Work||Reinvent Your Life at Work|
|Negotiate for What You Want||Promotion Strategies: Results, Relationships and Resilience|
|What’s Got You Stuck? Overcoming Obstacles to Success||Women @ Work|
|Coach Chat: Invigorating the Reluctant Rainmaker||The Five Stages of Women's Careers|
|Considering Law School?|
|Trends in Public Health Careers and Tools for the Job Search
|Excelling in Today's Consulting Environment|