It’s not just the Irish who can benefit from the Gift of GAB as you will learn in this fascinating and dynamic webinar.
GAB is an acronym for Goals, Attitude, Behavior and is a concept that not only builds a business but also an employer brand.
In part one of this 2-part webinar, Conor explained the power of FIVE daily Micro-Goals in building a better employer brand, improving candidate and hiring manager satisfaction, and ultimately attracting top talent.
In this webinar, you will learn how you can choose your attitude to project a better employer brand and how choosing your attitude with all those involved in a hiring process WILL help generate a positive outcome.
You know people do business with people they like. You will be challenged to define your actual behavior because your Behavior determines your Employer Brand and what candidates/employees say about you. The bottom line - what is your Employer Brand Promise?
The Gift of GAB is a fun, compelling webinar presented by a former VP Marketing Unilever and an award-winning humorist who everyday attempts to live his Brand Promise of E4: Energize, Educate, Entertain, Easy to work with. As an Irishman, he is a proud recipient of the President’s Gold Medal for Volunteer Service for the work he does with the unemployed.
In part one of the 2-webinar series, Connor focuses on the “G[oals]” of GAB. In the second webinar, he dives into Attitude and Behavior.
Talent acquisition and business leaders looking to learn practical and effective techniques to improve their employer branding.
Conor Cunneen is an Irishman, happily exiled in Chicago whose mission in life is to Improve People, Performance and Productivity with a Smile. This former Marketing VP with global giant Unilever (and multiple author) combines the wit that won Chicago Humorous Speaker of the Year with business experience from Europe and the US to provide compelling programs to clients ranging from Harley-Davidson to Helsinki, from Memphis to Madrid. Conor has authored five books including two on Mark Twain and as an Irishman is proud to be a recipient of The President’s Gold Medal for Volunteer Service.
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