Optimize your LinkedIn profile to increase your visibility online and build a professional brand that exemplifies your skills, your experience.
Every employer looks for confidence when hiring new employees. So how do you gain this confidence? Through preparation, knowing who you are and what you can do, and practicing...over and over. This webinar will cover ways to help you be more confident during your interviews and how to project that confidence to others.
For a successful job search, it is important to know and understand the value of your transferable skills. Transferable skills are those relevant strengths and abilities that are useful, and many times essential, in a variety of roles. Individuals with strong transferable skills are able to learn fast and adapt quickly to new positions, situations, and responsibilities.
It takes approximately seven seconds to make a great first impression on a potential employer. Three tools that will make this happen are the Resume, the LinkedIn Profile and the Interview. This means you have seven seconds to wow them with your resume, seven seconds to grab their attention with your LinkedIn profile, and seven seconds to impress during a virtual or in-person interview.
The professional summary is one of the most critical aspects of your resume because a strong professional summary can quickly grab the attention of a potential employer and demonstrate your unique value. This short paragraph speaks volumes about your capabilities and can make the different a resume that is considered and one that is not.
Women often face specific and different roadblocks from men as they advance in their careers. In fact, some of the very habits that help women early in their careers can actually hinder them as they move up. Simply put, what got you here, won't get you there. Join us for a powerful two-part webinar series to explore 12 habits that hold women back as they seek to grow their careers and how to overcome these self-limiting behaviors.
What are employers really looking for when interviewing job candidates? Why do they ask the questions they ask? To impress potential employers in an interview, successful job seekers need to be confident and prepared. Confidence comes from being prepared to provide the information that employers really want.
At a time when the very survival of most companies depends on the ability to proactively change, employers are looking for candidates who can successfully navigate in a changing and evolving marketplace. Based on the timeless business classic, “Who Moved My Cheese,” by Spencer Johnson, this webinar will focus on how to anticipate change, adapt to change and thrive in a changing environment.
Capital Group will partner with WHW to provide job seekers an opportunity to test their interview skills and build confidence. This interactive session will include 30 minutes of Interview Training and 30 minutes of one-on-one mock interviews with Capital Group executives. Don’t miss this chance to gain valuable experience and expert feedback!