iJOBS Workshop: Value Proposition Statements for LinkedIn and Resumes

Mon, Jun 21, 2021, 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Location: 
Virtual
Sponsor(s): 
Rutgers iJOBS

You want to STAND OUT in your career search, RIGHT? Learn the skills for presenting strong value proposition statements and increase your chances for nailing interviews and getting offers. When you tell hiring managers recruiters and other professionals about your impact and contributions, you make yourself more valuable to employers and your network. Your value will show up in your resume, LinkedIn profile, career conversations and interviews. Hiring managers want to know and need to know what you’re going to offer the to the role and company. With practice, sharing your value proposition will become natural!

Penny Pearl of 2Actify is an expert at helping career seeking clients ARTICULATE their VALUE PROPOSITIONS. They transform their confidence and success by implementing this career strategy. Attend the event and understand how to confidently share your value and get tools so you can be prepared. Penny will also provide exciting case studies of how professionals she’s worked with not only had multiple offers, they also negotiated more compensation! Why? Because the employer saw their value and was willing to pay more to get them on the payroll!

Attend this event and take actions to...

ARTICULATE YOUR VALUE and increase your opportunities by defining the outcomes of your work in your profile, resume, business conversations and interviews.

QUANTIFY YOUR VALUE statements of how you contributed by making improvements, impacted growth, or decreased expenses

GET THE TOOLS that show you how and provide examples of positive outcomes resulting from your efforts.

 

https://rutgers.zoom.us/my/alderja Passcode: Janet

Phone only dial +1 646 558 8656 Meeting ID: 419 868 7830

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