A lot of what is written about resumes on the Internet is good advice, but a lot of it is outdated, confusing, or just plain wrong. On September 22, learn from the wisdom and insights of someone who’s trained hundreds of professionals and graduate students to become more competitive in today’s employment marketplace – Kim Neubauer.
In this hands-on workshop, Kim will discuss ways to get your resume noticed. You will hear what employers really care about and why they might pass over a resume. Expect to receive peer feedback on the current version of your resume and leave with renewed confidence.
Please Note: You must bring copies of your (printed) resume with you.
Kim Neubauer designs and facilitates learning solutions that raise the bar on service excellence, develop leaders, improve job performance, and foster more productive job searches. Her ability to focus on business objectives, establish a safe learning climate, deliver effective feedback, and ask good questions has empowered others with new insights and perspectives, confidence, and better results in their lives and work.
Kim is known for helping clients appreciate and leverage cultural and personality differences. In addition to being certified to administer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator®, her extensive global experience contributes to increased productivity and openness when working with diverse populations.
Her specialties include: customer service, team building, training of trainers, diversity, inclusion, supervisory training, MBTI, Peace Corps, career transitions, and leadership development.