While each program is created specifically for our clients, here are some examples of the expert services we offer.
People are invested in their careers like never before and companies are working harder than ever to recruit and attract both active and passive talent. WORKS, understanding the goals and priorities of both sides of the labor and workplace equation, has created cutting-edge best practices within our consulting and speaking division.
“I hired Nicole to deliver a presentation on the topic of Leveraging LinkedIn. She spoke to over 150 participants of the Dream Careers Program at NYU. Nicole visually walked us through the most fundamental tools to use LinkedIn in the job search process. She inspired us to get connected and offered tips on how to build our professional brand and presence on LinkedIn. As a speaker Nicole kept us engaged through sharing personal anecdotes and lively interactions with the audience. She is dynamic, sharp, funny and extremely articulate. I highly recommend Nicole Williams for speaking engagements and would hire her again!”
— Elina Leclaire, Director at Dream Careers
“Nicole Williams has served as LinkedIn’s Career Expert since 2011. Her experience and expertise in the career field has greatly contributed to meeting LinkedIn’s communication goals. Nicole is greatly respected in the field, and is very relatable to professionals helping us land strategic placements in national outlets such as TODAY, The New York Times, Elle Magazine and The Wall Street Journal. Nicole has boundless energy, embodies professionalism, and is an immense asset to our business and a pleasure to work with.”
— Catherine Fisher, Director, Corporate Communications
“I want to send you a tremendous "THANK YOU" for fitting Northwestern into your busy schedule. I have already had several follow-up conversations with many of the women in attendance. They loved the presentation and are hoping to have you back to campus in the Fall. ”
— Ben Norman, Northwestern University, Chicago
“Nicole Williams' ability to reach diverse audiences is superb. She addressed Dress for Success's Professional Women's Group members—low income women working on building their careers in order to become economically self-sufficient—in a workshop that provided concrete tips on self-improvement. She was engaging, dynamic and fun. But most importantly she was able to think on her feet and respond to the immediate needs of the group.””
— Lisa Tomanelli, Director of Employment Retention Programs, Dress for Success Worldwide