Career Skillshops

Resumes & Interviews: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

John Clark, Global Marketing Manager, Intertek
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
11:00 a.m. – Noon
Description: Your resume and interview skills are critical to landing that dream job, but, unfortunately, what you don’t know can hurt your chances. This presentation will cover some of the dos and don’ts for both building your resume and participating in an interview. Among the topics to be covered are:

  • Resume format
  • Accomplishment statements
  • Power verbs
  • The CAR
  • Five questions most likely to be asked
  • And more.
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Use Emotional Intelligence to Enhance Your Value

Eric Timmis, Value Sensei, BusinessIsAContactSport
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Description: In every role, demonstrating leadership is both expected and uniquely challenging. Emotional intelligence is a proven skill set and effective leadership style necessary to avoid the most common errors that leaders make. We will explore:
o    Why “emotional intelligence” is important—the research results
o    The five elements of emotional leadership
o    How to practice and develop greater emotional intelligence
o    Solving typical meeting problems with emotional intelligence
o    Dealing with difficult people.
 

Growing Your Influence Through Building Trust

Melinda Rombold, Chief Human Resources Officer, SAE International
Thursday, April 6, 2017
11:00 a.m. – Noon
Description: Everything we do both personally and professionally has a critical link to one simple, five-letter word—trust. Think about any situation you find yourself in with family, friends, a community group, or work. When there is a high level of trust from both parties, situations are very easily managed, enhanced, and enjoyable. But when the opposite is the case, there is little or no trust; it is more likely to be exhausting, unproductive, costly, and even antagonistic.

“You can’t have success without trust. The word ‘trust’ embodies almost everything you can strive for that will help you to succeed.” Jim Burke,
Former Chairman and CEO, Johnson and Johnson

An important way to ensure that we find ourselves in scenarios of the former example is to start with our own self-assessment of how we build and maintain trust. Join us for this interactive session, “Growing Your Influence Through Building Trust,” to learn some simple skills from FranklinCovey on how we can make an extremely positive impact in every dimension of life. Whether you’re a brand new engineer, an experienced technical expert, or a team leader, this opportunity will provide some simple steps to ensure you’re doing your part in strong trust circumstances.