Network Literate: What Is It, How To Get It, How To Keep It
ability to see and understand networks and use them to your advantage
is a critical skill for the 21st century workforce. Relationships are
primary. This interconnected world has replaced the traditional career
ladder, requiring new skills and tactics. Join us to learn 4 key skills
to becoming Network Literate:
Understand Network Technology
Create Your Own Network Identity
Understand Network Intelligence
Know Your Network Capabilities
Tom is motivated by people succeeding in ways that they have never imagined before. He has the ability to work with small business owners, employees, and technology to put in place the people and strategies to accomplish their goals. He has been called the “BASF Man” from the old commercial as in, “We don’t make the music we make it sound better. We don’t make the clothes we make them brighter”. This due to his commitment and creative to see other people succeed at their goals.
He has impacted a variety of industries, including energy, real estate, trades, timber, government, software, home improvement, and insurance. "My ability to listen to peoples’ vision, goals, and needs and turn those into action and ultimately profit is why I succeed."
Ken is the President & Co-founder of EaRN, the Employment and Resource
Network, a 34-year career management professional, and a NCDA-recognized
Master Career Counselor and NBCC National Certified Career Counselor.
Ken currently has a long term West Michigan career transition consulting
assignment with the global career transition and talent management
firm, Lee Hecht Harrison.
This is a free event hosted at:
Redeemer Covenant Church
6951 Hanna Lake Ave SE
Caledonia, MI 49316
is Grand Rapid’s premier orchestrated-networking event for individuals to enhance their career, or seek new opportunities and employers find new talent.
Enhance your career by building your network in and out of your industry
Help your employer find new talent to employ or contract with
Find new employment or work for yourself
Discover new connections to grow your business
Volunteer for NetWork2NewWork
One of the best ways to network and grow your list of contacts is to volunteer for local non-profits. You can start with NetWork2NewWork.
We need volunteers to help with planning, contacting speakers,
speaking, food prep, and registration. If you would like to help with
this event or future ones please fill out the form below.
EaRN Employment and Resource Network is a pioneering ministry helping to sustain congregations
and their ministries providing ready-to-use resources for congregations, ministries, and the job seekers
and career changers they serve. Learn more at www.earn-network.org.
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