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How To Build Your Network And Develop A Personal Brand That Will Land You Job Offers

Nader Mowlaee - Watch Now - Duration: 33:52

This Presentation Is For You, If:

  1. You apply to a lot of jobs, but you don't hear back a lot.
  2. You are networking, but you still don’t get more interviews.
  3. You have been to job interviews, but they don’t call you back.

You Are Going To Discover How To:

  1. Tap into the hidden job market and identify job openings that have not been advertised yet
  2. Evaluate your network gap and how to reduce your risk as a candidate in the hiring process
  3. Organize your network and set clear goals for developing a personal brand that builds trust
  4. Increase the chance of getting an interview through networking by asking for advice, not a job
  5. Initiate informational interviews and follow-up to speak with people who work inside companies
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Anders
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | 1 reply

This was a really eyeopening talk and Q&A.
Especially the mention of V2MOM.
Thank you!

Nader MowlaeeSpeaker
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | no reply

You're most welcome! Thank you for sharing your feedback :) Please feel comfortable to reach out and connect on LinkedIn. Cheers!

leandropg
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | 1 reply

Thanks for the conference... I have tried to create a personal brand creating communities around the embedded systems... I like share my knowledge with others for free... however I haven't had the traction of many people interested in learn the embedded systems... My principal language is Spanish... What you suggest that I can improve on it?

Nader MowlaeeSpeaker
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | 1 reply

Great job Leandro! I admire your drive to create more awareness around embedded systems. It seems you've built a foundation already. I would like to learn more about you and what you've built so far, in order to give you more actionable tips. However, the next step could be that you need more traction (since you mentioned that's something you haven't got so far) I encourage you to reach out to industry experts to interview them, ask them for advice, hold live presentation to share your story and answer questions. You can also pair up with those who already have traction and partner up with them on presentation. I would like to discuss some possibilities with you, so please send me a message on LinkedIn and let's talk about potential collaborations. Lastly, my main language is English (I speak Farsi as well) but I have a lot of followers from the Latino community so it would be interesting to explore potential opportunities to grow that side of my network. Let's discuss more details together.

leandropg
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | no reply

Thanks Nader for the answer. Sure I will contact you by Linkedin for talk more about. I would like share with the another participants my experiences about teach embedded systems. These were my 3 tries in Colombia:

CTK4TIM - C Toolkit for TI Microcontrollers (2012)
http://bit.ly/2F08sMe

Meetup IoT Colombia (2016)
http://bit.ly/1KPQ8zb

Meetup Mbed Colombia (2018)
https://bit.ly/3bBzPvo

WD
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | 1 reply

Thank you! This is a great set of career advices that apply to any job!

Nader MowlaeeSpeaker
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | no reply

You're most welcome. yes indeed you can use these fundamentals to secure interviews for any job in any company.

EEngstrom77
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | 1 reply

Great talk and your website branding is really impressive! Do you have any advice that would be different based on level of experience such as entry-level, first job transition, mid-career, later career, etc?

Nader MowlaeeSpeaker
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | no reply

Thanks for your kind feedback and glad you enjoyed watching the presentation. The job search process is identical for professionals of all levels from recent grads to senior managers. The goal is to avoid getting lost in the online job ads market and instead take a proactive approach towards finding the right companies, contacting the right people, and having the right conversations.

Send me an invite to connect on LinkedIn and I'll send you a personal voice message with more details or an example: https://www.linkedin.com/in/engineeringcareercoach/

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