With the COVID-19 global pandemic creating new challenges in the industry, preparing to enter an uncertain job market can feel daunting. With limited companies hiring, new grads and those looking to make a career shift will need to stand out from the crowd. In this special Integrate Online panel discussion, industry experts will share proven effective and creative personal branding strategies that will help you differentiate yourself in a career search in these unprecedented times.
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Stefanie Moore |
The COVID-19 global pandemic has had a significant impact on higher education. University administrators have had to make tough decisions on the fly, cancelling in-person classes and graduations, safely moving students out of residence halls, training faculty how to teach and students how to learn online, keeping prospective students engaged without bringing them to campus, enhancing technologies so employees can work remotely - all while alleviating fears and reassuring students, families, faculty and staff. This can only be successful with good communication and appropriate communication channels. Our featured guests share how these decisions were made, the challenges and successes, what the higher ed environment looks like now and how all of this might permanently change things for the future.
Stefanie Moore |
Featured guests will discuss what's working and what's not working right now, in the midst of a global pandemic. Guests will explore traditional, online and virtual tactics that can be employed to stay engaged with constituents without the in-person experience. Mike Fulton is helping his clients develop virtual advocacy and communications strategies for the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. In the absence of face-to-face communications, he is helping them find innovative solutions to reach and motivate elected officials and government regulators. Alicia Lifrak is helping a broadband of nonprofits navigate the New Normal with an industry roadmap to finding stability and a course to recovery from human services to health care to cultural institutions. The path ahead is riddled with uncertainty but we are not totally unprepared to meet the moment for the third largest employment sector in the U.S. Dana Hines is providing thoughtful strategies and tactics on the way forward for membership at visitation-based cultural organizations. Planning, communicating and engaging our membership audiences will best prepare our institutions for finding our new path forward as we operate in uncertain times.