John J. Daly Jr.




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John J. Daly Jr.

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In 2010, with the experiences over the past 16 years that he had with mentees that demonstrated extremely poor dining skills, John Daly, founder and creator of The Key Class, decided that high school and college students were missing an important step in their education. After a career that required social skills for its success, Daly, who retired from the field of international special events, made the decision to give back to society in ways that could make it stronger and hence he created the curriculum of social skills and job readiness techniques.

John Daly is an international legend in the world of special events. John is the founding owner and creative force behind one of the most successful event planning businesses in the world. As...more


I have produced events worldwide, and in that process with every new client, research was a vital element to both winning and sustaining my customers. In teaching students and other adults successful interviewing techniques, research is just as critical.

So, today, let’s start with the crucial element of researching the company or school that you’d like to join. AKA, homework!

The first step is t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2013 14:58 • 43 views • Tags: interviewing-skills-tips, successful-interview-research, the-key-class
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“Think of job hunting as a game. Job hunting depends on knowing the rules of the game. Like playing football, you need to know all the rules, particularly the ones you don’t want to break, such as being out-of-bounds.
The point of the game is to know how to be comfortable and make others comfortable with you in every situation.”
John J. Daly Jr.

“So, why are so many people lacking in an understanding of the rules? No one has ever taught them!”
John J. Daly Jr., The Key Class

“Seventy, that’s right, 70 percent of people lose their jobs because they don’t fit into the work environment.”
John J. Daly Jr., The Key Class

“Think of job hunting as a game. Job hunting depends on knowing the rules of the game. Like playing football, you need to know all the rules, particularly the ones you don’t want to break, such as being out-of-bounds.
The point of the game is to know how to be comfortable and make others comfortable with you in every situation.”
John J. Daly Jr.

“So, why are so many people lacking in an understanding of the rules? No one has ever taught them!”
John J. Daly Jr., The Key Class

“Seventy, that’s right, 70 percent of people lose their jobs because they don’t fit into the work environment.”
John J. Daly Jr., The Key Class




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