The CT Groups at ... Updated 04/04/2016
The Bob Reilly Group
A Career Transition Support Group
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Dates & Times:
Promptly at 6:30 AM Wednesdays weekly
Prior to traveling, check for any schedule changes and always use good judgment before and during your travels.
Church of The Holy Spirit
2300 Hickory Crest Drive
Memphis, TN 38119-6805
Free parking in any unmarked or unreserved parking space.
From the Parking Lot, enter the building through the unlocked double glass doors in center of Church building by turning knob on door to the right to open. Turn right in corridor and then right again into Conference room.
Since 1988 Bob brings his considerable and recognized professional career management skills, and those of his respected group support team, to help transitioners build their skills for transition, for subsequent employment, and to understand the roadblocks and obstacles faced. The support organization brings a wide range of professional experience all valuable to those during transition and afterwards. We promote mutual aid, applying the proper tools and techniques in a full-time job search including the "Elevator Speech", and providing encouragement during the difficult times in their lives. One support member is a licensed psychiatric social worker available for special assistance, outside of the meeting, where there are signs of depression, anger, etc. Bob Reilly has brought many of the tools and techniques discussed with the job candidates from the professional career management practice has managed for over 20 years including:
· Resume Formatting and Reviews · Job Search Networking
· Job Interview Preparation · Job Offer Follow-up
· Dealing with Age Issues · Half-time in Your Career
· Resume Formatting and Reviews · Focus (including Spiritual)
· Personal Financial Planning · Entrepreneurial Considerations
during Job Search including Franchising
· LinkedIn for visibility & research · "30 Second Elevator Speech"
· Outside Speakers · Support Staff across multiple industries
Over the course of three months, we discuss most of the topics of interest to a job seeker.
In addition to support, we offer coffee and have those who land celebrate with us by brining donuts or a light breakfast for the attending members.
Membership requests may only be made in person to the Moderator(s) during our meetings. Online requests are not accepted per our Policy to encourage attendance and improve the learning experience of our members. If you find value in attending this meeting, you are encouraged to ask the Moderator while at the meeting for Membership. You will be asked for your name, e-mail address, telephone contact number(s) and the type of work you are seeking. This information will be used for our internal use and to provide you membership into our online resources including e-mail distribution. Having a Yahoo! ID (a Yahoo!, Y! Mail, or Rocketmail e-mail account) is beneficial to have PRIOR to joining any group as you will then be able to leverage the resourced stored at the web site created for each of the groups you join. Members agree to the terms of the Code of Conduct and Acceptable Use & Membership Agreement Policy (visit The Repository for this document) that governs all members of The CT Groups to insure a positive environment promoting getting people back to work. When joining this group you will also receive membership in TheCTGroups-MEM, Memphis-CT and Help-CT that support our e-mail distribution for updated Rosters, Job Sharing, and Requests for Help for your career transition. All members are governed by our written Code of Conduct and Acceptable Use & Membership Agreement Policy (visit The Repository for this document). Each group utilizes a private e-mail distribution system to support communications between members.
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