Eric Winegardner, Vice President of Client Adoption, Monster Worldwide

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The New Front Porch

The era in which we live is one of speed and visual impact. This can be directly correlated with the internet, a relatively new technology when compared to the automobile or the telephone, but most assuredly as life-changing. How we receive information has changed. How we send it has changed, as well. Are you ready for those changes and how they will affect your life, family, and work? Let’s have a good, old-fashioned chat about the new media, social networking and where it’s taking us. Learn and actively participate in a discussion about the latest social revolution and how to take control of your online presence and continue to grow your network.

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Eric Winegardner is vice president of client adoption for Monster Worldwide. In this role, Eric is responsible for building and managing all client training and consulting for employer customers. He and his team work with thousands of recruiters to perfect the art of online recruiting.

Eric is a skilled professional recruiter with wide exposure to Internet sourcing. He joined the Monster team in 2004 after being a vocal customer for over six years. Eric was a charter member of the Monster Customer Advisory Group and worked with the executive management team to set direction for emerging products and services. Prior to joining Monster, he was responsible for the US recruiting operations of a Fortune 500 financial services organization. He also spent three years as a recruiter in a niche Executive Search firm. Eric possesses a strong working knowledge of online tools and the impact of the Internet on the recruiting industry as a whole.

Quoted as a career expert in national media outlets including CNN, Fox Business, MSNBC, US News & World Report, Business Week, and newspapers like the Washington Post, USA Today and the Boston Globe; Eric channels his time and energy into inspiring people to improve their lives. He speaks to thousands of recruiters and employers a year about the importance of landing the candidates you cannot afford your competition to employ.