Monthly GSU Seminars

Dunwoody Campus Seminar     Student Center, Second Floor  Rm 2010

The Resume-Less Job approach!

19 January 19    Open to Alums between the ages of 30-65.  

“get That Next job” FREE Jobs Seminar

Agenda:  Homework: Please read Candidates First Obligation & Harvey 7 & 12.

Today the Employment Market is Ageist, Sexist, Racist, Fearful, Jealous, Angry, and Ill-prepared to see or recognize Talent.

Candidates first Obligations
Results so far. Interviews, Offers, etc

1. Interviewing session.  Paradigm Interview

Roleplay, and critical commentary. We will break into groups of 2-3. Working on the Paradigm Interview, the candidate’s stories, accomplishments, and attributes. 

Beginning of Creation of 1st TFB and After Interview Form.

2. Also more on Reading the Walls and Painting your Interview. 

3. Our PMSP program: Basis, Theory, Purpose, Truths, and Realities.3. 

4. How to approach a company without using a resume, job fairs, cover letters, or traditional networking or contacting HR?
5. Sales & Marketing Theory for YOUR Job Search!   

87% Success rate.  6-12 Weeks    SeniorManager-CEO/COB or Changing careers/promotions

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Please reserve seating:


We would prefer 15-20 attendees.

If you are below 30 you can attend, but the discussion is pointed at alums who have 10 years of work experience.


Happy New Year, Dave.

This was my third successive time attending the seminar, which I am grateful to GSU for providing. I have found the programs to be helpful, in terms of strategy, tactics, encouragement, and accountability.

I know the presenters drive in from points north. While the Dunwoody campus is more convenient to me, I was fine with driving to the Alpharetta campus in November, too.

One fact that wasn’t clear to me from the GSU communications was that these sessions have a sequence to them. Some information is repeated (which is fine), but the seminar is not always the same. Had I understood this, I may have started attending them earlier.

I have offered my feedback to Bruce Dreyfus. I’m glad to elaborate for you as well.

Thanks again,

David (MPA ’11)