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LinkedIn Webinar with Larry Brantley

In case you missed it...download the webinar here!

This presentation focuses on features and capabilities to assist in building quality connections for business and personal development. Learn tools you can use daily to target clients and talent to join your team. Whether you are a seasoned CEO or recent graduate entering the job market, there will be valuable information you can take away to use LinkedIn as an even better resource.

About Larry Brantley
Larry Brantley is the president of Chaloner. Chaloner is a national executive search firm specializing in communications, public relations and marketing recruitment.

Larry has more than 30 years of experience in the communications, marketing and advertising fields. One of his first key jobs was as a packaging designer at Frito-Lay where he developed his networking and people skills. He eventually started the first creative staffing firm in the DFW area. Since then he has been involved in recruiting and placement of industry professionals both nationally and internationally.

Larry has worked with such firms as JCPenney, HP, EDS, Texas Instruments, Lord & Taylor, Sears, TracyLocke, Ryan Partnership, ConocoPhillips, Frito-Lay and Alcone Marketing. He has placed brand, creative, account service, interactive/web, public relations, marketing, media, traffic, production and other executive level talent.

Larry has been interviewed as a staffing industry expert by The Wall Street Journal, The Dallas Morning News, The Houston Chronicle, PROMO Magazine, Communication Arts Magazine, Dallas Men Magazine, The Dallas Business Journal and The Houston Business Journal. He is an award-winning designer through IABC (International Association of Business Communicators) and is a long-term member of AAF where he serves as a part of the executive leadership for the 10th district and Secretary/Treasurer for AAF Council of Governors on the national level.

He currently splits his time between Dallas and NYC.  He has 3 sons.

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