Telling Your Story: Why Me and Whats in it for Them
* EVENT - Telling Your Story: Why Me and Whats in it for Them *
value: $1500 speaker fee
ticket price: only $25, limited tickets available
(ticket link below)
30 November 2020, 6 - 7:30pm EST
with Chantal Fraser of Empowered Path Inc.
Are you looking for writing tips that can help your resumes and cover letters attract the hiring manager’s attention? Do job interviews terrify you? Your words matter.
Most candidates miss the opportunity to set the tone for their interview and communicate what a great candidate they are every time they answer the question “Why did you apply for this job?”
Stories are an effective way to showcase your wealth of prior learning, transferable skills, work and volunteer experiences. Using stories can help you write effective resumes and give impressive answers during job interviews.
Learn tips and techniques that can help get you noticed by hiring managers and ace behavioural interview questions.
1. Learn why you should share “so what” stories in your cover letter, resume and
responses to interview questions
2. Learn the importance of using numbers (quantifiable data) in your stories
3. Learn how including qualitative data helps showcase your skills
4. Learn how you can set the tone of the interview right from the start
5. Learn how to craft stories to showcase your transferable skills
Chantal Fraser founded Empowered Path Inc. in August 2012, to help people learn how to help themselves, their organizations and communities thrive. Chantal provides a variety of services including: Professional Speaking, Training, Facilitation and Coaching.
What sets Chantal’s sessions apart is that she offers tangible and practical solutions that you can apply immediately. She delivers sessions using a conversational approach, with easy to understand language, and Canadian examples.
As a Career Coach Chantal helps clients: set new career goals, grow a professional network, write a cover letter and resume that get noticed by hiring managers, leverage social media profiles, prepare for job interviews, conduct informational interviews, research potential employers and identify and access the hidden job market.
Chantal Fraser holds an MBA from the Royal Military College of Canada and is the recipient of the HRPA Honourary Life Award.