"Emotions Drive People, and People Drive Performance"
In this workshop we will explain the different types of resumes with specific examples. We will also include the most important elements that highlight a job candidate's qualifications and accomplishments.
Cover letters are often requested as part of job applications, typically alongside resumes, and serve to help persuade employers to offer you an interview. We will help you provide a prospective employer with a sense of why you’re interested in the position and why you would be a good fit.
Interviews can be a real challenge. Stress, anxiety, and pressure can cause you to lose focus and forget about all of your great experience and achievements that you'd love to tell your interviewer about. We will help you calm those nerves by being prepared for those questions you might get asked.
You likely feel a number of emotions during the course of your overall job search, including both the highs and lows in the span of a single day or week. You might be elated one moment to learn that you are a top candidate for a desired position only to be disappointed to find out that the job went to someone else — or perhaps you were unhappy with your performance in a job interview, but were later relieved to learn you’ve still made it to the next round of interviews. We will help you be aware of and manage this roller coaster of emotions.
To be described as 'hardy' means to be strong and tolerant of stressful situations. Some people seem to be more hardy than others when it comes to dealing with stress. Studies show that emotional hardiness contributes to resilience and we will show you how to find a balance between the three C's of hardiness, these are Challenge, Control & Commitment.
Where do you go to find job leads and how do you stand out? In this workshop, you will learn tips for navigating the application process and strategies for finding "hidden" opportunities through networking.