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The job search process can feel personal, overwhelming, and emotionally draining. Taking time for yourself during this process can feel impossible but self-care is an important part of the job search process.
Join us as we discuss ways to take care of your mental health as you navigate finding a new job or career! We will discuss how to deal with rejection, highs and lows, as well as ways to build an overall better job hunting routine that allows for rest and self care.
How to handle rejection, self doubt, and burnout.
How to build a more sustainable job hunting routine that includes time for self-care.
LT Ladino Bryson
CEO, Founder ,
Experienced C-Level Executive and Entrepreneur. LT has been recruiting since 2012, has counseled thousands of job seekers, and has placed more than 600 candidates. As the owner of Clique Hiring Solutions, LT worked permanent, contract, and labor searches for C-Level to general labor positions for clients such as MSC Direct, Red Ventures, Tesla, Sharp Business Systems and others in the IT, healthcare, engineering, accounting, creative services, and hospitality industries.
LT is a “people person” who looks at every situation from a 360-degree viewpoint. She is also affectionately known as “The Employment Therapist™” and received this moniker based on her friendly straightforward expert career advice. She has been published in publications and blogs, such as Family Circle, Forbes.com, Fortune.com, Arizona Republic, HR Technology, US News & World Report, and Recruiter.com. And, LT continues to be recognized as a Career or Recruiting Expert for national media outlets networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC news stations.
Prior to recruiting, LT spent 20 years in the entertainment industry serving in marketing, promotions, and artist development roles for record companies such as Jive, Arista, Columbia, and Sony Music. She has helped with the success of artist projects such as Will Smith, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, Usher, Notorious B.I.G, OutKast and Wu Tang Clan, to name a few. She now uses the development savvy she learned in the industry to assist candidates in making the best presentation of themselves.
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