"Lara changed my views on job search dramatically! The Human-Voiced Resume™ MAKES the reader want to know more about YOU.” – Amanda, Chicago
Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) November 09, 2011
Ask Liz Ryan, the career coaching and people strategy consulting firm based on the writing and speaking of new-millennium careers expert Liz Ryan, has opened registration for a four-week, virtual group coaching series, "Find Your Brand & Direction."
The four-week coaching series will be led by Ask Liz Ryan Senior Consultant Lara Robinson, an expert on pulling out the stories, gifts, and differentiators that allow coaching group members to zero in on their job-search branding and direction. The four-week series will take place through virtual (telephone and web) sessions on four Tuesday nights in the fall of 2011:
"Find Your Brand and Direction" Virtual Group Coaching Program
Tuesday, November 15, 2011 from six to eight p.m. Mountain time
Tuesday, November 22, 2011 from six to eight p.m. Mountain time
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 from six to eight p.m. Mountain time
Tuesday, December 6, 2011 from six to eight p.m. Mountain time
"Find Your Brand and Direction" coaching group members will receive four of the most popular Ask Liz Ryan E-books, including "Put a Human Voice in Your Resume," "Anatomy of a Pain Letter," "Personal Branding & Your Job Search" and "The Grovel-Free Job Search." They'll also receive the audio files from the four group coaching sessions, and of course, participate in the sessions themselves.
Register for the "Find Your Brand & Direction" virtual coaching program at http://www.asklizryan.com/products/four-week-virtual-group-coaching-program/
About Ask Liz Ryan
Ask Liz Ryan is the career coaching and people strategy firm based on the writing and speaking of careers and HR expert Liz Ryan, a former Fortune 500 HR exec and one of the country's most widely-read and well-respected career and workplace authorities. Liz is the Corporate Provocateur for Bloomberg Business Week and a columnist for Kiplinger's Finance and the Huffington Post, as well as a commentator for CNN, MSNBC, NPR and BBC Radio. Liz is the author of "Happy About Online Networking: the Virtual-ly Simple Way to Build Professional Relationships" and the leader of the 25,000-member Ask Liz Ryan online community. Visit us online at http://www.asklizryan.com or by writing to info(at)asklizryan(dot)com.
Contact: Lara Robinson, Senior Consultant