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Contact: April M. Williams
USING SOCIAL NETWORKING IN YOUR CAREER: 5 TOOLS TO KNOW MCHENRY, ILLINOIS
Learn what social networking tools can do for your career.
ALGONQUIN, IL. August 16, 2011. – The demand for social networking training for business growing by leaps and bounds. Professionals see the value of leveraging low cost social networking tools to build credibility and create a strong network of support.
According to the Business Ledger, “The number of executives wanting to learn about social media has exploded”, said Amy Murphy director of corporate and community services at Joliet Junior College in Joliet, IL.
McHenry County Women in Management (WIM) hosts a breakfast session with social networking coach and author April M. Williams on August 18, 2011. Williams will share excerpts from her book “Social Networking Throughout Your Career: What’s All the Buzz About?“.
At this breakfast session, April will share “The Social Networking for Your Career: The Big 5 Tools to Know”. Hear about the tools with the greatest payback for your professional career.
“Women In Management members and guests are thrilled to have April M. Williams share tips and tools of social networking at our August breakfast event,” said Denise Gaskell, WIM VP of Programs. “Learning from April on how to navigate and enhance Social Networking sites and skills are key to making connections and growing a healthy business for 2011 and beyond!”
April teaches social networking for business classes for the Small Business Development Centers and is President of CyberLife Tutors coaching private clients.
Breakfast is included in this session and costs $12 for members, $15 for guests. To reserve your place, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or register online at www.wimonline.org. For more information contact McHenry County Board of Directors at phone 815-459-3860.
About April M. Williams: April M. Williams is a nationally recognized speaker, author, blogger and coach who has assisted hundreds of people in their career. By demonstrating the power of social networking tools, April shows clients how to leverage their strengths to enhance their careers. April published two books and numerous articles on career building as well as other related business topics. She has been featured in major publications including the Wall Street Journal, Project Management Institute, Savvy and Nations Restaurant News. April is a contributing editor to the Blacks Gone Geek IT forum and Hawaii travel website 808Talk. For information on upcoming events, visit CyberLife Tutors calendar.
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