Archive for the 'Events' Category


Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) – It’s ON again!

Monday, February 10th, 2014

And now for something completely different… Join me today, February 11, 2014 for a special Ask The Headhunter Reddit AMA — Ask Me Anything — at 1pm ET. Here’s the direct link to the AMA: http://redd.it/1xmn3g I’m doing this in cooperation with my good buddies at PBS NewsHour, where I produce a weekly Ask The […]


Cornell Presentation: Be The Profitable Hire

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

This is a special posting connected to a presentation for Executive MBA students at Cornell: Ask The Headhunter / Be The Profitable Hire Cornell University Johnson School of Management March 23, 2013, in Palisades, NY I’ll add more content here after the event — but the main purpose is to answer attendees’ questions that we […]


Webinar: University of Michigan Ross School of Business

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

This is a special posting connected to today’s webinar: Ask The Headhunter / Making Your Next Career Move: Sourcing leads & executing your value proposition Ross School of Management, University of Michigan December 5, 2012 (This event was limited to students and alumni of the Ross School.) I’ll add more content here after the event […]


Webinar: Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

Today I did a webinar for about 300 alumni of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University: Do Online Job Applications Keep Americans Unemployed? (Or, How can you beat this goofy system?) As usual, following some brief ranting by me (about automated recruiting), it was an Ask The Headhunter Q&A event — and we […]


PBS NewsHour: The new Ask The Headhunter feature

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

When PBS NewsHour broadcast a TV segment I that I appeared in on September 25, viewers flooded us with questions about online job application forms — and about all kinds of daunting obstacles they face in the job search. I answered many of their questions in a special column on the NewsHour website. And the questions […]


Cornell Executive MBA Presentation

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

This evening at Cornell University’s Palisades, NY facility we talked about How to Work With Headhunters. Executive MBA students in the Johnson School of Business joined headhunter Deborah Matson and me for an hour and a half of Q&A. We covered a lot of topics — but the seminar sizzled over one question: Should you […]


Cornell Presentation: How to work with headhunters, and without them

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

This is a special posting connected to the presentation: Ask The Headhunter / How to Work with Headhunters, and without them Cornell University Johnson School of Management March 5, 2011, in Palisades, NY (I posted a preview of the topic here: Good Headhunters: They search for living resumes.) I’ll add more content here after the event […]


Harvard Webinar Audio: Can I stand out in the talent glut?

Monday, November 8th, 2010

Last week I did a webinar for hundreds of Harvard Business School alumni, titled Can I stand out in the talent glut? The presentation was largely based on the ideas and methods that I talk about in How Can I Change Careers? (Which, by the way, isn’t just for career changers. It’s for anyone who […]


Harvard Webinar: Can you stand out in the talent glut?

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

This is a special posting connected to the Harvard Business School Career Management Webinar I presented on November 3, 2010. I’ll add more content here after the event — but the main purpose is to answer questions we didn’t have time for during the hour, and to carry on the discussion. Can you stand out […]


Q&A on Midmorning, MN Public Radio: Oct 5 10am CT

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Please join me on Midmorning with Kerri Miller, Monday October 5, 10am Central Time, on Minnesota Public Radio. ******** UPDATE: I’m glad to take overflow questions from the show here on the blog. Just post them in the comments section below… I’ll try to get to them all! Here’s the audio from today’s Midmorning segment: […]