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Speaking Engagements & Consulting

J.T. O’Donnell, CAREEREALISM CEO and Founder, is a career strategist who helps connect the top talent to great companies. J.T. helps companies understand Employment Branding and learn to showcase their culture and purpose. She has been a career and workplace consultant and speaker for 18+ years, and her work has been cited in Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, The Boston Globe, CNN.com, BusinessWeek.com, Mashable.com, and more.

Examples of speaking topics:

  • Employment Branding (brand development, promotion, storytelling, etc.)
  • Culture Connection/The 5 Stories Your Company Must Tell To Attract Top Talent
  • How to Define Your Company
  • How to Make Your Personal Brand Stand Out
  • Employment Branding as the Job Board Alternative
  • Disruptive Recruiting Techniques
  • Recruiting Millenials

Previous speaking engagements:

J.T. O'Donnell has presented at the following events:
  • LinkedIn Talent Connect
  • The Ladders Conference
  • Smart Recruiters Guest Webinar
We can design a speaking format that suits your needs!
 

Speaking Engagements • Consulting • Training Sessions

 

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Want to know more about Employment Branding?

Read these articles to learn more about how Employment Branding can work for YOUR company! 5 Things Great Companies Aren’t Afraid to Reveal Why Employment Branding is the New “Going Green” Business Alert: #1 Way Top Talent Will Be Stolen From Your Company in 2015  
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