What we will cover in this course:

1. Name the 3 types of written resumes styles

2. State the advantages and disadvantages of each style

3. Describe what HR and Hiring Managers are looking for in a strong candidate

4. Identify how you can use LinkedIn for job search purposes and state ways to market self for career transition through LinkedIn

5. Define the basic elements of video resumes as well as the advantage and disadvantages of each

6. Review the challenges of career advancement in the new work from home economy

Cost:  $20

Registration Link:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aspiring-leaders-series-your-path-to-accelerated-career-advancement-topic-career-branding-tickets-113352261666

Instructor:

Ryan McShane, CEO of HR Evolution LLC

This course can be taken as part of the Aspiring Leaders Series or as a stand-alone course. We provide your employer with a certificate of completion.

Leading Maryland’s mission is to feature, develop and recognize those who want to lead in their respective businesses or careers. Through our partnerships with area community networks/associations and businesses, we hope to develop better leaders.

Ryan McShane
Ryan McShane is the President/CEO of HR Evolution, LLC a consulting firm specializing in Human Resources, Leadership Development and Career Transitions Consulting. Prior to that, Ryan worked in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, learning the various cultural norms, principles and practices of each sector and applying that learning to create High Performance Leaders and Organizations today throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania. Ryan is also the immediate past president for the largest Local SHRM Chapter in the state of Maryland, Chesapeake Human Resource Association, (CHRA). Ryan’s professional affiliations include serving on the Board of Chesapeake Human Resource Association (CHRA), Board member and Membership Director of Hunt Valley Business Forum, a founding member of Conscious Capitalism- Central Maryland, a Member of York, PA’s local SHRM chapter, a Member of UMBC’s Instructional Systems Development (ISD) Advisory Board, and a former Member of the Boomer Council, an advisory council focusing on civic engagement and mature workforce strategies. Ryan is passionate about creating and leveraging existing tools and systems to enable both individuals and organizations to achieve their highest potential through greater awareness and a conscious approach to workforce management, honoring all stakeholders, wherein equal consideration is given to People, Planet and Profit.