Rochelle Shoretz is the first Nonprofit Radio guest to die. She founded Sharsheret, a breast cancer support organization, and died of the disease. We talked about storytelling.
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Tony’s Guests:Susanne Felder: I Had A Great Interview But I Didn’t Get The Job
Susanne Felder, a consultant in outplacement at Lee Hecht Harrison, says there’s more to getting a job than having a good resume and interview. We’ll talk about research; confident networking; panel interviewing; dodging salary questions; and what to do in the last 30 minutes before your interview. Recorded at the Fund Raising Day conference in June in New York City, hosted by the Greater NYC Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Rochelle Shoretz: Storytelling
Rochelle Shoretz, founder and executive director of Sharsheret, has a compelling story herself as a two-time breast cancer survivor. Sharsheret has built a culture of compassionate storytelling to help its members through their cancer diagnoses and treatments. Rochelle will share ideas on identifying storytellers; supporting them; giving them multiple ways to share; helping them through this very personal process; and why it’s all worth your time.
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