Communication, Critical Thinking, Teamwork and Creativity are important skills in almost every job. But what is the secret sauce to success?
In this workshop you’ll learn how to implement this powerful formula for identifying your super powers (meaning transferable skills). Everyone is good at something – it is just a matter of asking the right questions, and figuring out your own answers. And then being able to communicate your skills to future employers. We will teach you how to unlock your potential and “sell” yourself with confidence and pride—knowing that you can deliver what you promise – whether on your resume or during an interview.
We will show you how to identify your transferable skills, incorporate them into your resumes and cover letters and craft answers to potential interview questions.
1. Registration closes at 7pm the day prior to workshop.
2. Your meeting access link will be emailed the morning of the event.
3. If you do NOT IMMEDIATELY RECEIVE your ticket confirmation upon registration – PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER.
4. Please plan to arrive 5 minutes early to ensure that you are able to access the online meeting.
5. If you are having trouble logging in – – DON’T PANIC – try calling into the meeting using the phone number that is emailed to you along with your meeting access link.
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Our agency is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Funding for this program is made possible through a grant provided by the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership. This workforce product was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. For more information please visit ChiCookWorks.org/DOL-Funding.
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