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2019 December Career Management: Cracking the 21st Century Job Market
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2019 December Career Management: Cracking the 21st Century Job Market

When: Thursday, December 5, 2019
5:00 pm - 6:45 pm
Where: Bickford's
325 Montvale Ave
Woburn, MA  01801
United States
Contact: Makenzie Howard

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Cracking the 21st Century Job Market

Skills, tips and tricks for landing your next great opportunity!

Bring your best listening skills.

- Be prepared to take notes…there are NO HAND OUTS, NO SLIDES, NO FLIP CHARTS

- Be prepared to engage in constructive dialog

- Be prepared to get your next job

Sorry no filming, no recording, no video, and no flash.



Lanning L. Levine  - CAA, 5SC, TPM
Lanning Levine is a senior human resource professional who has been CHRO of public companies with over 30 years of experience in Human Resources. With an emphasis on variable pay, Executive Compensation, Incentive plan design, and Talent Management, Lanning has extensive experience with the design and implementation of compensation and benefit programs as well as global total rewards programs.
He has held key HR leadership roles with American Science and Engineering, C.R. Bard, Brooks Automation and MediSense.
Having been a section 16b corporate officer and a CEO/founder of a software firm, he uniquely brings the Executive perspective to plan design, communication and implementation.
He holds a bachelor's degree in business management from Boston University and advanced studies in international executive management at Babson College and human resources management at University of New Hampshire. 
Additionally, he is a Six Sigma Green Belt and additionally holds the 5SC, TPM and Lean certifications. He currently sits on Boards of Cornerstones of Science and the Senior Human Resource Network, both not-for-profit corporations.


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2019 December Career Management: "Cracking the 21st Century Job Market" Presented by: Lanning Levine

December 5


The key message was to build your brand to differentiate yourself, especially your thirty second commercial and your networking profile. 


All verbal and non-verbal communication must be crisp, concise, and comprehensive – avoid communicating too much information.


It is important to consistently communicate your brand, which includes your thirty second commercial, linked in profile, networking profile, and resume as well as how you tell your story in telephone and in-person interviews. 


Avoid basic mistakes such as not spell checking and grammar checking your documents.


Business cards should contain info about your brand – consider an appropriate icon – maximum three points.


How will people remember you based on your business card? Recommend you state what differentiates you on the reverse side of the business card – what you have done – what is important to your audience?


Resumes should be customized for each opportunity, which includes key words that applicant tracking systems or ATS expect to find when a company is searching for the ideal candidate.  If your resume does not convey the same language as the company then you will probably be screened out.  Remember that your resume is an example of your writing skills – good or bad. 


Does your resume tell your story in the context of what the hiring company needs help solving? – it is not about you! 


How do you get your audience to focus on you not your competition?


Networking profile is not your resume.  It is intended to get your audience to want to learn more about you.

Should only be shared during 1 on 1 meetings when the person asks for it.

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