On-the-Job Networking: Building Valuable Connections at Work

Through self-exploration and practical exercises, learn what to do and not do to hone your networking skills within your workplace. Becoming networking savvy will enrich your career on-the-job, as well as the value you bring to your current and future employers. More

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About Terry Pile

Career counseling is Terry’s third career. She has been a successful teacher, marketing executive and career coach. Now she uses her transferable skills to teach people how to market themselves to obtain satisfying employment through her books, articles and interviews. She is currently the author and publisher of career resources at BiblioPile Press.

Terry started her private practice, Career Advisors, in 2000. She has extensive experience in government, corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial settings. She has the breadth and depth of knowledge of career methodologies at many levels having worked with C-level executives to X-offenders.

Terry has a master’s degree in education from Indiana University, a certificate in career development from the University of Washington and is certified by the Center for Credentialing and Education as a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF). In addition, Terry is the author of Changing Careers after 40, Playing the Job-finding Game: A Rule Book for Ex-offenders, Preparing for Retirement and numerous other books and articles on career issues.. Visit her website at www.BibliioPilePress.com.

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