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The location for the May 2009 and beyond monthly meetings will be announced soon!


May 9, 2009 @ 9:45AM to 11:45AM

Career Transitions Presents


Topic: "A View from the Recruiters Seat"

Speaker: Adam Berman

Manager in Kreischer Miller's Human Capital Resources


Join us for the May program of Career Transitions as we welcome Adam Berman of Kreischer Miller!


Adam will share with us his view and perspective of the current job market and how professionals in career transition can best prepare themselves for the job of job search!


Adam will speak about the current thinking and methods of job search and share his tips and thoughts on how to make the best of this time.


Adam Berman's Professional Bio:


Adam Berman is a Manager in Kreischer Miller's Human Capital Resources group focused on building the Interim Executive Practice as well as assisting with executive search and other human resources consulting services. His commitment is to customer success, delivering the desired results in a timely and cost-effective manner.


Adam brings nearly a decade of professional staffing experience in a variety of roles to Kreischer Miller. Prior to joining Kreischer Miller, Adam's role was leading the business development function in a firm focused on contract and direct placements within the pharma/biotech, engineering/construction and clinical research market sectors. He also ran the organization's search group, developed business opportunities for engineering consultants and recruited for key clients. Prior to his staffing experience, Adam held a variety of leadership positions in higher education within student affairs divisions.


Adam is a board member of the Philadelphia Human Resources Planning Society and holds a leadership position with the Institute of Management


Accountants local chapter. He also actively participates in the Association of Corporate Growth and the MAC Alliance. He is frequently an invited speaker on Interim Executive Consulting to groups including Chempharma, the Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group, Execunet, The Financial Executives Networking Group, and the Philadelphia Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants.


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June 13, 2009 @ 9:45AM to 11:45AM

Career Transitions Presents


Topic: TBD

Speaker: "TBD Speaker"



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July 11, 2009 @ 9:45AM to 11:45AM

Career Transitions Presents


Topic: To Be Announced

Speaker: Ford Meyers


Why is it that people have such a difficult time successfully negotiating their compensation? The reason we can't or won't negotiate is not because we're incapable of doing so, but rather because we just don't know how. No one ever taught us "the rules of the game." For the purposes of this presentation, we will look at negotiation as a game. And as with any game, we can't win if we don't know the rules!


We are pleased to welcome back to Career Transitions, Ford Myers who will share his thoughts and tips for the best way to negotiate what we deserve!


Participants will leave this presentation with the ability to dramatically improve the results of their salary negotiations, translating into thousands of dollars of additional compensation. This is a very practical, "real world" program that focuses on mastering the rules of the salary negotiation game - a game that can actually be fun, as well as financially rewarding!


Ford Myers Professional Biography

Ford R. Myers is President of Career Potential, LLC. His firm helps clients take charge of their careers, create the work they love, and earn what they deserve! Career Potential also works with leading companies that are committed to developing and retaining premium talent. Ford has held senior consulting positions at three of the nation's largest career service firms. His articles and interviews have appeared in many national magazines and newspapers, and he has conducted presentations at numerous companies, associations and universities. In addition, Ford has been a frequent guest on television and radio programs across the country. He is author of two books: The Ultimate Career Guide and Get The Job You Want - Even When No One's Hiring. Detailed information is available at www.careerpotential.com.


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August 8, 2009

 

We have meetings monthly except 2 months we skip: December and August.

Enjoy the rest of your summer as well as your holiday weekend.

We'll see you on September 12, 2009.

Have a safe holiday.


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September 12, 2009 @ 9:45AM to 11:45AM

Career Transitions Presents


Topic: Personal Branding

Speaker: Bart Ruff



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October 10, 2009 @ 9:45AM to 11:45AM

Career Transitions Presents


Topic: To Be Announced

Speaker: Philadelphia Business Journal



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November 14, 2009 @ 9:45AM to 11:45AM

Career Transitions Presents


Topic: To Be Announced

Speaker: To Be Announced



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December 12, 2009


 

We have meetings monthly except 2 months we skip: December and August.

Enjoy the rest of your winter as well as your holiday season.

We'll see you on January 9, 2010.

Have a safe and healthy holiday season.


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January 09, 2010 @ 9:45AM to 11:45AM

Career Transitions Presents


Topic: To Be Announced

Speaker: To Be Announced

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FUTURE MEETINGS AND CALL FOR SPEAKERS

We're always looking for speakers for future meetings. If you're interested, we'd love to hear from you. Please contact Todd Cohen. He can be reached by clicking this link. Remember to put "Todd Cohen" without the quotes in the subject line so he can respond to you in a timely manner.

 


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