Larry Keim to Speak at Career Counselors Meeting This Fall

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Larry Keim, a respected authority in the career counseling industry, will speak before a group of career counselors this fall at a gathering of career industry professionals.

Complaints from those within the industry tend to primarily revolve around the inability to gain exposure to other industry professionals. It is a very competitive field and not much is shared. This will be an opportunity for many to share ideas.

Larry Keim, a respected authority in the career counseling industry, will speak before a group of career counselors this fall at a gathering of career industry professionals from a group of mid-west and southeast career firms.

Keim will be the featured speaker on two occasions during the meetings, including an awards banquet where he will be the presenter for a series of awards.

He has previously been a guest lecturer and a participant in several "Networking Nights" events with the New York Times, aimed at helping job seekers do a better job of marketing their skills; and has been a guest lecturer. "This group represents the 'best of the best' in the industry," says Keim.

According to Larry Keim, "Complaints from those within the industry tend to primarily revolve around the inability to gain exposure to other industry professionals. It is a very competitive field and not much is shared. This will be an opportunity for many to share ideas."

The event will be held at South Padre Island, TX in early November. Keim will speak on a variety of career related topics including effective methods of assisting executives in search of a career transition; technology developments within the industry; the competitive landscape; and best practices for career counselors.

Larry Keim is a resident of South Texas, and spends his time providing career related services and advice to career management organizations throughout the U.S and mentors professionals in the career management industry.

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