The “Reach Out Job
Search” podcast is back live on Thursday, January 6,, 2010
at Blog Talk Radio. We were honored during our two week holiday break to have
Blog Talk Radio choose to ‘Feature’
the weekly podcast that is focused on returning America’s Job Seekers back to
work in 2011. To date, “Reach Out Job Search” Radio Show has received over 40,000
live and archived listens since our first show in July 2010.
January 6th "Reach Out Job Search" radio show @ 6pm EST with
kick off the new year with two outstanding guests: Sherrie A. Madia Ph.D.
- Director of Communications at the Wharton School, University of
Pennsylvania and Adriana Llames-Veteran Career Coach, Professional speaker and
Topics to be discussed include
the next steps for unemployed job seekers for 2011, effects of the loss of $2400
in tax credits to jobless on their 2010 tax return and “Reach Out Job
Search Radio Show” fundraiser with non-profit 501.c.3 Microgiving.com.
Our guests for Thursday’s show
will give our listeners professional inside tips on ways to win in your search
job for the New Year with author of the Career Sudoku: 9
Ways to Win the Job Search Game, Adriana Llames and, how to excel at
using social media to find employment with co-author of The Online
Job Search Survival Guide- Dr. Sherrie Madia.
At 6:15 pm EST Sherrie A. Madia Ph.D.
will open up our featured guest segment. Dr. Madia is a social network strategy
expert and consultant to organizations. In addition, she serves on the Advisory
Board of EyeCatcher Digital, an electronic media strategy and marketing firm.
As an author of several
critically acclaimed books about social media, Dr. Madia’s newest publication
is The Social Media Survival Guide, offering tips to give an edge in job
search, using everything from search-engine strategies of LinkedIn, Facebook,
Twitter, social networks, blogs, podcasts and video to leapfrog the competition
and land employment. For more information on Dr. Sherrie Madia visit her
website at the www.SocialMediaSurvivalGuide.com.
Appearing at 7:00 pm EST is Adriana Llames,
the creator of "HR In-A-Box," a Human Resources software product
helping small businesses across America and a top sought after seminar speaker
of "9 Ways to Win the Job Search Game. Ms. Llames is also the founder of
the Chicago Chapter of the International Association of Coaching, recipient of
the Golden Goose Award from Franklin Covey Centers for Leadership.
She is featured expert with ABC
News, Yahoo! HotJobs, TheLadders.com, The Denver Post and The Chicago Examiner. For
more information on Adriana Llames, visit her website at www.adrianallames.com.
To call into the show for
thoughts, ideas or questions on topics discussed or for our featured guest,
call 347-934-0185 beginning at 6:00pm Eastern Standard Time. An online chat session
will also be available during the program to connect with other listeners or to
ask questions of our host-Monica RW or guests.
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