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The Economy


Wed Sep
10
9:00a - 4:30p

Labor Market Information 201: Making the Shift from Information to Labor Market Intelligence

Presented by Workforce Professionals Training Institute


This training is designed for practitioners who are able to locate and understand information about wages, employment, growth projections, and educational requirements from websites like O*NET, CareerZone, BLS, and/or the New York State Department of Labor. It is especially useful to workforce professionals using sector- or occupation-specific strategies. IN THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL: • Gather readily available data • Identify intelligence from other relevant sources • Assemble the intelligence you’ve gathered into a meaningful tool you can use on the job • Learn to create and maintain a labor market “intel report” that is tailored to your own needs • Develop a plan for keeping your information up to date
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Mon Sep
15
Fri Sep
19
10:00p - 4:00p

National Financial Advisor Week

Presented by AdviceIQ


National Financial Advisor Week (NFAW) is a national event that will be held annually the third week of September in New York’s Times Square. NFAW aims to spread awareness about the positive impact financial advisors provide investors in the achievement of their financial goals.
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Wed Sep
17
11:00a - 5:00p

Bronx Library Center's 4th Annual Job Expo

Presented by New York Public Library - Bronx Library Center


The Bronx Library Center is pleased to announce our 4th Annual Job Expo to be held Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 from 11:00am to 5:00 p.m. on the Concourse Level of the library.
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Thu Sep
18
:p - 9:00p

20th Anniversary Neighborhood Dinner in Manhattan

Presented by The New York Women's Foundation


In 1994, The New York Women’s Foundation established the Neighborhood Dinner, moving from borough to borough each year, to recognize women leaders of not-for-profits and for-profit businesses who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their community in neighborhood-based work on behalf of women and girls.
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Categories: Community


Thu Sep
18
Fri Sep
19
9:00a - 4:30p

The Art of Influence in Sales: How to Create Opportunity and Build Demand

Presented by Workforce Professionals Training Institute


Topics Include: • The step-by-step process to selling • Strategies to sell a non-profit and overcome stereotypes • Pitching your organization/program in 30 seconds • Meeting the decision maker: what to say and what to do within an hour after the meeting • Cold Calling—When and how? • The science of using LinkedIn for prospecting and canvassing • Techniques to be a resource and not a burden • Skills to sell yourself and your ideas so they lead to the results you want
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Sat Nov
11

Victor Einhorn Business management experts tips

Presented by Victor Einhorn


Cash management advices by victor einhorn Your cash fluctuating rhythm of your disbursements and receipts of your.
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