Rob Hellmann’s newest book, the 2019 edition of Advanced LinkedIn, shares how to boost results in a job search, on-the-job, and for a business, and places LinkedIn in the context of Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. Hellmann dedicates this edition book “to all those who seek to be the architects of their own destiny.”
If that thought appeals to you, join friends and colleagues from the Harvard Business School Club for an evening with Hellmann, as he explores how to “get found” on LinkedIn by those searching for your skills, find decision makers through sophisticated searches, and leverage LinkedIn’s ability to help you conduct crucial career research.
It is a new world out there for many of us, and if you are feeling you could use an overview, particularly one that comes with a career management viewpoint, come join us! Hellmann has helped thousands of clients to reach their job-search, career and on-the-job goals through his active private practice.
Location TBD: Midtown Manhattan
Please note that no refunds will be issued.
President, Hellmann Career Consulting
As President of Hellmann Career Consulting (www.hellmannconsulting.com), Hellmann provides a range of career services to individuals and organizations. He’s a certified GetFive (formerly called Five O’Clock Club) Executive Career Coach, a LinkedIn-Certified Professional Recruiter, and a LinkedIn-designated help-forums expert. Rob has co-developed the career-coach training curriculum at GetFive and developed their viewpoint on LinkedIn for jobseekers. Rob also delivers “Presentation & Pitch” workshops (based on his book “Peak Presentations”), as well as LinkedIn for Business and Employee Engagement seminars for global Fortune 500 institutions.
His background includes over 20 years of experience in Career Development, Organizational Development, and Marketing, with clients and employers including American Express, JP Morgan Chase, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the Audubon Society. He’s a regular contributor to Forbes, and his career-related insights have appeared in the New York Times, Forbes, the Washington Post, Money Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, CNBC.com, NBC News and ABC News.