NCBiotech Jobs Network- Identifying Your Successes- Crucial for Effective Job Searching and Career Exploring
Identifying Your Successes- Crucial for Effective Job Searching and Career Exploring
Monday, June 29, 2015
Doors open at 12:00 p.m.
Program begins promptly at 12:30 p.m.
Networking until 2:30 p.m. (bring your business cards)
**Dress code is business or business casual**
Sponsorship opportunities available - contact JobsNetwork@ncbiotech.org
Did you know that recalling successful situations from your past can empower you in the present? Our June 29th event will feature professional Career Coach Mike Komives. This will be an interactive session where participants will develop their own success stories. Mike will show how getting in touch with these past successes can help to guide future decisions about jobs and careers.
Open networking will follow.
As always, hiring managers, HR professionals, executive search and staffing agency professionals, and others seeking experienced available talent are encouraged to attend.
There is no cost to attend but seating is limited, so please register early.
Throughout his business career, working at Procter & Gamble and as a consultant to Johnson & Johnson, BCBSNC, PepsiCo, IBM, Unisys and other major companies, Mike realized that people in transition regularly asked his assistance. And he loved helping them. Now he’s doing this full-time.
Founder of his own Triangle-based firm since 2007, he has created, developed and directed programs for employees of companies, universities and local government in the RTP area.
As an Adjunct Professor at Durham Technical Community College, he developed and teaches courses and workshops on Job Search Strategies, LinkedIn, Job Seeking Skills, Resume Writing, Networking, and Interviewing. He received a 2014 Excellence in Teaching Award from Durham Technical Community College.
He founded and leads the JOBS NETWORK ministry at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Chapel Hill; presented at Step-Up Ministry, Colonial Baptist, White Memorial Presbyterian, and other networking groups; conducted workshops at Alamance Orange Correctional Center; and volunteers at Orange County Homeless Project, and the Horizons Residential Program / UNC.
Mike earned both an MBA and BS from the University of Detroit.
Are you a life science professional interested in networking and exploring biotech job opportunities in North Carolina?
We can help you
- Connect face-to-face with people in your sector
- Learn job search skills important for today’s market
- Meet other life science job seekers, recruiters and company representatives
Join us for the FREE NCBiotech Jobs Network on the last Monday of every month. All North Carolina bioscience professionals are welcome.
We don’t provide lunch, so plan to have yours before or after the meeting. Drinks and light snacks will be served.