Searching for L&D jobs offers unique challenges. Who best to help you meet them than other L&D Professionals?
We'll discuss resources, resumes, interviewing, networking, LinkedIn and answer your questions.
This week's meeting will focus on How to leverage your values to get the job you’ll love:
Savvy organizations view their culture as a strategic advantage. A huge shift has occurred in the way they search, interview, and hire candidates for “culture fit”. They now go far beyond evaluating skills and experience in their decision-making. You must also be able to demonstrate that your values are aligned to their organization’s values. These values define what’s most important in HOW people work together, and fundamentally define their culture. Making it through the culture fit gauntlet is essential to land the job. You will gain a significant advantage if you can articulate your values, and back them up with specific examples on the difference they made to your decision-making and performance.
Steve Van Valin - Culture Leader, Innovation and Engagement Strategist
CEO and founder of Culturology is an innovation expert and employee engagement strategist. He works with leaders who believe a high-performance culture is the key to unlocking a competitive advantage.
As the leader of QVC’s culture and brand development strategy, Steve specialized in shaping an engaged high-performance culture that propelled QVC’s to become an E-commerce global powerhouse. Steve led the strategy to align the development of teams and employees at all levels to QVC’s Values, known collectively as The QVC Difference.
Steve has more than 25 years of experience developing winning culture and innovation strategy. Some of his clients include NASA, The Philadelphia Phillies, SAP, Boeing, Lincoln Financial Group, Goodwill Industries, and The National Forest Service. He is a talented keynote speaker who sparks insights and inspires action.
Josh Maleeff - Founder/Co-President of L&D Philly
Josh successfully completed a job search in May and will offer tips from his recent journey.
His LinkedIn profile describes him as follows:
Creating “aha!” moments is my driving force. Throughout my career in sales and training, I specialized in making complicated topics easy to understand for my customers, whether internal or external. A key to my success has been building relationships and becoming a trusted source for solutions.