Job Search Pitfalls for International Students and Professionals

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Train Lily as well as Dr. Wu talked about 8 important pitfalls most frequently seen among Chinese oversea trainees in their procedure of trying to find tasks in the United States.

These are: 1. People in senior placements would not trouble in order to help me since I am simply a student/young expert.
2. I should know a subject well/be thinking about the based on participate in a discussion.
3. There's nothing special about me and also I would be lucky to get a task deal.
4. In order to sell more effectively, I need to overemphasize my qualifications.
5. I should demonstrate my best self by listing ALL my achievements.
6. LinkedIn is simply another place to upload my return to.
7. I only need to focus on my qualifications when offering myself.
8. I need to give a lot of information when informing the stories of my experience.

If you similar to this workshop, please share it with your good friends.

In one week, we are going to use a four-part task search workshop collection in order to help pupils as well as young professionals stick out in the work search process:

Show up A Four-Part Job Search Webinar Series for International Students and also Young Experts Part 1: How to talk so Americans will listen? (Thursday April 21, 2016).

– Trick cultural distinctions between the eastern and west.
– Common understandings concerning individuals from various backgrounds.
– Ways to eliminate group barriers and be a part of the in-group.
– Common motifs of American wit.

Part 2: The best ways to become your own finest sales representative? (Tuesday April 26, 2016).

– Crucial mental blocks to self-marketing and the best ways to overcome them.
– All about entrepreneurial mindset.
– Establish your offering as well as offer like a pro.

Part 3: How you can construct your personal brand name via resume/LinkedIn? (Thursday April 28, 2016).

– Return to: Web content, format, structure.
– LinkedIn: Key elements.
– Before and also After Sample Comparisons.

Component 4: Ways to connect with people via narration? (Tuesday May 3, 2016).

– Vital elements of great narration: exactly what is missing from the common technique?
– Keys to raising as well as holding attention, and also building human links with cover letter and during interview.
– Elements past words.

Price for the 4-Part Webinar Collection: $99.
– Each part includes 50 min training course + 20 minutes Q&A.

Enrollment Link:

. Regarding
Dr. Wu:. Dr. Sharon Wu acquired a master's level in education and learning with a focus in Person Development and Psychology from Harvard University and also a Ph.D. in company management from University of Missouri. She worked as a company teacher before joining K12 Inc., an on the internet education firm, as an elderly manager. She is a professional in student advancement and also acts as a mentor to trainees globally, consisting of Harvard College student. Dr. Wu has actually been invited by companies, including Harvard Kennedy Institution and Variety as well as Addition Workplace at Harvard College and also MIT Sloan School of Administration, as a keynote and also guest audio speaker. She additionally coaches pupils as well as young specialists worldwide to help them hone their cross-cultural interaction, interview, and networking.
skills.

Dr. Wu's Linkedin account:.

About Train Lily:.

Lily Hua Qin is a Career Train exclusively offering international students and young experts in the United States. She is likewise an experienced money professional with more than 10 years of experience at world-renowned organizations, including the World Financial institution Team and also Freddie Mac. She has wide expertise of audit, company advisory, economic items, funding market, threat monitoring, as well as growth money. Through workshops and also individually coaching, she has assisted countless global students as well as young experts to land their dream works, boost self-esteem and gain clarity regarding their career goal. Lily Hua Qin holds a Bachelor's degree in Monitoring from Peking University in China and an International MBA level from the College of South Carolina in the U.S.

Coach Lily's LinkedIn profile:.

Job Search Pitfalls for International Students and Professionals

Coach Lily and Dr. Wu discussed 8 critical pitfalls most commonly seen among Chinese oversea students in their process of looking for jobs in the U.S. These are:

1. People in senior positions would not bother to help me since I am just a student/young professional.
2. I need to know a subject well/be interested in the subject to participate in a conversation.
3. There’s nothing special about me and I would be lucky to get a job offer.
4. In order to sell more effectively, I need to exaggerate my qualifications.
5. I need to demonstrate my best self by listing ALL my accomplishments.
6. LinkedIn is just another place to post my resume.
7. I only need to focus on my qualifications when presenting myself.
8. I need to give a lot of details when telling the stories of my experience.

If you like this workshop, please share it with your friends.

In one week, we are going to offer a four-part job search workshop series to help students and young professionals stand out in the job search process:

Be Visible

A Four-Part Job Search Webinar Series for International Students and Young Professionals

Part 1: How to talk so Americans will listen? (Thursday April 21, 2016)

• Key cultural differences between the east and west
• Common perceptions about people from different backgrounds
• How to remove group barriers and be a part of the in-group
• Common themes of American humor

Part 2: How to become your own best salesperson? (Tuesday April 26, 2016)

• Critical mental blocks to self-marketing and how to overcome them
• All about entrepreneurial mindset
• Develop your offering and sell like a pro

Part 3: How to build your personal brand through resume/LinkedIn? (Thursday April 28, 2016)

• Resume: Content, format, structure
• LinkedIn: Key components
• Before and After Sample Comparisons

Part 4: How to connect with people through storytelling? (Tuesday May 3, 2016)

• Critical elements of good storytelling: what is missing from the common practice?
• Keys to raising and holding attention, and building human connections through cover letter and during interview
• Factors beyond words

Price for the 4-Part Webinar Series: $99
• Each part includes 50 min course + 20 min Q&A

Registration Link:
https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/1466099073989973506

About Dr. Wu:

Dr. Sharon Wu obtained a master's degree in education with a concentration in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University and a Ph.D. in business administration from University of Missouri. She worked as a business professor prior to joining K12 Inc., an online education company, as a senior manager. She is an expert in student development and serves as a mentor to students globally, including Harvard University students. Dr. Wu has been invited by organizations, including Harvard Kennedy School and Diversity and Inclusion Office at Harvard University and MIT Sloan School of Management, as a keynote and guest speaker. She also coaches students and young professionals internationally to help them sharpen their cross-cultural communication, interview, and networking
skills.

Dr. Wu's Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yu-hsien-sharon-wu-b116606

About Coach Lily:

Lily Hua Qin is a Career Coach exclusively serving international students and young professionals in the U.S. She is also a seasoned finance professional with more than 10 years of experience at world-renowned organizations, including the World Bank Group and Freddie Mac. She has broad knowledge of audit, business advisory, financial products, capital market, risk management, and development finance. Through workshops and one-on-one coaching, she has guided numerous international students and young professionals to land their dream jobs, enhance self-confidence and gain clarity about their career goal. Lily Hua Qin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management from Peking University in China and an International MBA degree from the University of South Carolina in the U.S.

Coach Lily's LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lhqin