Orville Pierson, Director of Program Design, Lee Hecht Harrison

February 22, 2007

Orville Pierson is the author of The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search, published by McGraw-Hill in 2006. He is also Senior Vice President, Corporate Director of Program Design and Service Delivery for Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH), a $200 million career services company with 240 offices worldwide.

Orville has been in the career services field since 1977 as a program and process designer, author, speaker and facilitator as well as consultant and career coach to hundreds of private clients. His education includes a BA from Yale University and certification in psychological instruments used in career assessment.

Orville’s talk will focus on the central principles of planning and organizing even the most difficult job search to get the best results. He will also discuss the use of progress measurements and performance benchmarks and give you an overview of “The Pierson Method” of job search, based on three decades of observation of how the most -- and least -- effective job hunters manage the search project.