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Online - Career Bootcamp for Recent graduates

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[12] [mar 2018] [ 09:00]
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If you are looking to improve your career skills and increase your employability take a look at the Online Career Bootcamp.

As a recent graduate from GEM or in the second year of your program the bootcamp sessions will enable you to refresh job search techniques.
During 10 brief online career sessions in English you will learn about resources, how to approach the job market efficiently, how to interview etc.
The speakers will share their experience as HR professionals in order to boost your job search.

Have fun and learn !

To sign up, please click on the orange "register" button at the top right of this page. You can then indicate which webinars you'd like to join.

Monday March 12th

9:00-9:30 - Introduction to the Online career bootcamp

9:30-10:30 - Pump up your career by defining your professional target

In terms of Job Search strategy, you may never land your dream job or hit the bull’s eye if you can’t see your target, if it is constantly moving or if you focus on several targets.
Taking some time to set your job search strategy before starting to apply is key !
Join this web conference : it is the first step that will lead you to define a motivating, specific and  understandable professional target.
Thanks to this, you will gain time avoiding to pursue leads that are outside of your scope, you will be more confident and you will  enable your friends and network to bring you real interesting and motivating opportunities.

Speaker: Caroline Blazy GEM ESC 1998. HR professional for over 15 years, Caroline Blazy is a free-lance consultant based in Lyon (France).
Nowadays, her area of expertise include talent & career management, international mobility, coaching and people development.
Caroline Blazy started her career as HR manager for international companies (premium logistics, Bayer, sanofi pasteur) within multicultural and international teams. She handled many HR fields such as recruitment, people development, career management, compensation & benefits, HR IS, international mobility.
In 2012, she started to work as a free lance consultant on international mobility matters and career management for GEM Alumni and keeps on accompanying them in group or individually. Her other clients are professionals, managers and organisations facing transition phases in multicultural and/or complex contexts.
Certified coach (V. Lenhardt), Caroline Blazy is also MBTI® certified practitioner and Associate Consutant for OPP France.

12:00-13:00 - Tool and ressources for an efficient job search

Global overview of the current job market : where to identify offers and how to approach the hidden market. We will go through the ressources and tools that GEM give you acces to and also cover some external resources.

Speaker: Rikke Smedebol is Career Development Manager and in charge of job search courses at Grenoble Ecole de Management. She has worked in various areas such as marketing, exports and sales administration and joined the Career Team at GEM in 2003.  In this team she has been in charge of recruitment event organization, corporate relations, team management and training. She has a CCS coach certification and is currently aiming for a postgraduate certificate in Career and talent Management at Kingston University.

Tuesday March 13th

12:00-13:00 -  Networking Dynamics: Connecting through conversations

We all intuitively know how important human connections are in our personal lives, but when it comes to our professional lives it may not be obvious, or easy, to know how or with whom to make those links. And for many building, growing and maintaining an active network rich in social capital may require redefining what it means to ”network.”

During this session we’ll explore the powerful role of trust, diversity, and brokerage in cultivating a broad, diverse personal community. Get in-tuned with your connection-making strengths and discover how to engage the people around you. Join me for an interactive session exploring the many layers and nuances of what’s called "networking."

Speaker: Naida Culshaw is a leadership coach, workshop facilitator and NLP practitioner with over 20 years experience in marketing and communications across diverse sectors, project management in both corporate and non-profit environments. Her passion is to encourage reflection, growth, and stretch-thinking for individuals and teams. Visit her online profile to learn more.

15:00-16:00 - The 30’ elevator pitch

How to make a difference and have people remember you.

Speaker: Catherine Kerckove GEM ESC 1991 Business background, with an international experience of more than 20 years in industry and services in very small, medium to large enterprise. I had the chance to work in very diverse functions : Sales, Procurement, Strategic Marketing, Communication, Human Resources, Major Accounts, Global Programs, Management, Strategy, being part of the Board... As a GEM Alumni, I have preserved a strong link with the school, participating to the entry and exit selection and to the Entrepreneurship Master jury since 1992. I have also been a campus manager, preferred link between GEM and some enterprises. I am a coach and a trainer. I support managers, teams, individuals or students in building their professional project. I also am a consultant on change management. I coach managers and teams on their leadership posture, on team cohesion, company culture, change management or performance increase, by endeavoring to make it possible for all to find meaning and enjoy doing more and better.

Wednesday March 14th

9:00-10:00 - Story telling

Talk about yourself by telling an interesting story… that is the art of storytelling!
In this session you will learn how to add value in a creative way to an interview or to your job search…objective: being able to differentiate yourself!

Speaker: Claudia Garcia is the CEO & founder of DAREto: an innovative consulting and training firm specialised on leadership, which aim is to empower individuals and their organisations to enhance their brand, their influence and their motivation. Passionate about human relations, Claudia believes that trust, confidence, diversity and happiness are the keys of success. She has 10 years of international professional experience, holds a BA in Economics. Claudia is also certified on the fields of self-knowledge, positive psychology, career management and speaks 4 languages. Claudia is a fellow of an excellence program for high-potential leaders (SLP) & an active member of several organisations, such as Professional Women’s network (PWN) and 100,000 entrepreneurs.

10:30-11:30 - Experience sharing : 3 views on job search for international talent

3 alumni will share their tips and experience on the challenges when entering the job market as an international student

Speaker: Rikke Smedebol is Career Development Manager and in charge of job search courses at Grenoble Ecole de Management. She has worked in various areas such as marketing, exports and sales administration and joined the Career Team at GEM in 2003.  In this team she has been in charge of recruitment event organization, corporate relations, team management and training. She has a CCS coach certification and is currently aiming for a postgraduate certificate in Career and talent Management at Kingston University.

12:00-13:00 - Social media for employability

It is increasingly hard to stand out from millions of professional profiles and land your dream job or internship. As over 90% of employers revert to social networks during the recruitment process, it is essential to learn how to create, develop, and monitor your online presence.

In this workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Optimize your LinkedIn profile to attract employer attention
  • Showcase the skills and qualities employers are looking for
  • Build a reputation while protecting privacy
  • Design your online job search strategy

Speaker: Régis Faubet is a digital media specialist. He has been working at Grenoble Ecole de Management for 10 years where he manages the digital department, overseeing the school’s online presence, from web sites and web marketing to social media.

He also trains communications specialists in the use of digital media for the French ministry of Higher Education & Research and is a regular speaker in the field of digital strategy at the European Universities Public Relations and Information Officers annual conferences.

Thursday March 15th

15:00-16:00 - Salary negociation

In this webinar participants will learn how to efficiently negociate their salary. Tips and best practices will be shared. 

Speaker : Claudia Garcia is the CEO & founder of DAREto: an innovative consulting and training firm specialised on leadership, which aim is to empower individuals and their organisations to enhance their brand, their influence and their motivation. Passionate about human relations, Claudia believes that trust, confidence, diversity and happiness are the keys of success. She has 10 years of international professional experience, holds a BA in Economics. Claudia is also certified on the fields of self-knowledge, positive psychology, career management and speaks 4 languages. Claudia is a fellow of an excellence program for high-potential leaders (SLP) & an active member of several organisations, such as Professional Women’s network (PWN) and 100,000 entrepreneurs.

Friday March 16th

9:00-10:00 - Interview techniques and tips

Get to know and practice interview tips that will get you the job.

Speaker: Catherine Kerckove GEM ESC 1991 Business background, with an international experience of more than 20 years in industry and services in very small, medium to large enterprise. I had the chance to work in very diverse functions : Sales, Procurement, Strategic Marketing, Communication, Human Resources, Major Accounts, Global Programs, Management, Strategy, being part of the Board... As a GEM Alumni, I have preserved a strong link with the school, participating to the entry and exit selection and to the Entrepreneurship Master jury since 1992. I have also been a campus manager, preferred link between GEM and some enterprises. I am a coach and a trainer. I support managers, teams, individuals or students in building their professional project. I also am a consultant on change management. I coach managers and teams on their leadership posture, on team cohesion, company culture, change management or performance increase, by endeavoring to make it possible for all to find meaning and enjoy doing more and better.

12:00-13:00 - Work abroad after graduation : make it happen !

You dream of working abroad after graduation? … But you are still wondering how to turn your dream into reality ? Or you don’t know where to start ? Well … this webinar is just for you ! Through concrete step by step advices, Caroline Blazy will help you to get in action and make it happen.

Speaker: Caroline Blazy GEM ESC 1998. HR professional for over 15 years, Caroline Blazy is a free-lance consultant based in Lyon (France).
Nowadays, her area of expertise include talent & career management, international mobility, coaching and people development.
Caroline Blazy started her career as HR manager for international companies (premium logistics, Bayer, sanofi pasteur) within multicultural and international teams. She handled many HR fields such as recruitment, people development, career management, compensation & benefits, HR IS, international mobility.
In 2012, she started to work as a free lance consultant on international mobility matters and career management for GEM Alumni and keeps on accompanying them in group or individually. Her other clients are professionals, managers and organisations facing transition phases in multicultural and/or complex contexts.
Certified coach (V. Lenhardt), Caroline Blazy is also MBTI® certified practitioner and Associate Consutant for OPP France.

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