Maximise your online presence and boost your career prospects

Nov 19 2020


Join us at this Nautical Institute webinar 19:15 GMT on Tuesday, 24th November 2020.

With 70% of companies using social media to screen candidates, does your online presence stand up to scrutiny? Your LinkedIn profile is as important as your CV in promoting ‘your’ brand.


Everything you write, do or say affects your personal brand and this has an impact on your success in the job market. If your brand is strong, recruiters and employers will want to hire you; if it’s not, they won’t!

This fast-paced webinar will deliver a blueprint to improve your personal brand.

  • Raise your profile
  • Portray a positive external brand
  • Secure more interviews (and job offers)

The Nautical Institute has partnered with The CV & Interview Advisors, leaders in personal branding and career development, to deliver this live session that many have described as “outstanding” and “inspirational”.

 

Your webinar host is Alistair Morris, Head of Customer Success at The CV and Interview Advisors.

Alistair has held a number of senior positions in the recruitment industry and has a wealth of experience in knowing what works - and what doesn't work - when seeking a new position.

 



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