Career Development | Brand and Land
Is your resume optimized for today’s job market? Is your LinkedIn profile relevant in today’s marketplace? Do you feel comfortable going into a job interview? Do you have problems establishing a people-based network?
If the answer to any of these questions is “no” or even “I’m not sure,” then you owe it to yourself to learn how to brand and land a job.
The PMI Los Angeles Chapter is pleased to present the Brand and Land professional development event conducted by Signofied Services. John Signo and his team have been enthusiastically received by numerous PMI chapters across North America and now it’s our turn.
Brand and Land is a one-day 5-hour weekend event that teaches PMI chapter members how to improve their personal marketability by teaching the following skills:
- Resume Writing
- LinkedIn Profile Optimization
- Application Tracking System
Whether you are in the market looking for job or not, this hands-on event will improve your marketability and odds of landing that job or advancement opportunity.
THE BRAND AND LAND ADVANTAGE: Signofied will work with up to 3 lucky attendees willing to participate and immediately benefit from this event. Imagine if you could get free counseling on these topics and help your fellow members at the same time. We are looking for up to 3 people to share their resume and LinkedIn profile and get real-time feedback during the Brand and Land event. The deadline for volunteering for the “Fab 3” is August 16th.
John Signo is currently a Senior Project Manager at Bank of America, managing cybersecurity projects with the goal of reducing identified risks while protecting the enterprise and its clients. He has previous work experience at J Walter Thompson, IBM, and BNSF Railway, providing Project Management and Systems Engineering work. John continues to be an active member of PMI Dallas and PMI Dallas Toastmasters since 2014 and 2015, respectively. He is an advocate for PMI certifications and currently holds the PMI PMP and PMI ACP certifications. In his spare time, he provides free sessions on “Branding to Land Your Next Gig” using LinkedIn, resumes, and an online ATS tool. In addition, he continues to mentor PMP and ACP candidates as they prep for their certification exams.
In 2020, John Signo facilitated 10+ Brand-and-Land sessions with the PMI Dallas Chapter and has helped 100+ attendees land their next jobs!
What matters most is how the information can impact people's lives and help them grow into the best version of themselves. It’s about HOPE: Help One Person Everyday.
Brand and land your next job opportunity! It’s not just for the job seeker; it’s also for the employed. Participants will learn to create a better Brand through various tools, including LinkedIn, their resumes, the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) Tool, and social media.
- LinkedIn (the Dos and Dont's)
- Applicant Tracking System (“show and tell”)
- 5 Strategic & Business Management PDUs events per PMI CCR guidelines. The PMI Los Angeles Chapter will submit PDUs for PMI Los Angeles chapter members only. All other attendees must submit their PDUs to PMI (self-claim) for this event. The PDU code will be given at the session for attendees that are self-claiming. For instructions on how to claim your PDUs for this event, please go to Reporting PDUs meetings or events.
Cancellations and Refund Policy:
Please Note that PMI Los Angeles has a no-refund policy for this event. All event registrations are final, non-refundable, and non-exchangeable.
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Postponement / Cancellation
Please refer to the Cancellation Policy section of the FAQ page
This event may be canceled or postponed by the Chapter, though all efforts will be made to avoid doing so. If canceled or postponed, notification will be made to all registrants via email.
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