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Often someone who does not know you, asks you to give them insight about who you are, your value and to hear your story. Please join Ed Samuel to learn about why and how answering the question, so "The Me About Yourself" can prove pivotal during an interview or even a simple networking conversation.
Ed will share why a poor answer can put you in a hole and how a good answer creates a positive branded image immediately. Ed will walk you through a step-by-step process that has worked well with hundreds and hundreds of his clients. Ed has testimonials from client's that state, "It's because of this singular coaching on Tell Me About Myself was key on why I was selected and got the job."
Key Takeaways from this session:
- Learn the overarching rule and best practice in how to answer the question
- Why is your story far better than your current or last job description?
- Garner access to a "real life" example and template to put in to use
- Learn the best way if asked, please "walk me through your resume" and how it parallels, so Tell Me About Yourself
- Learn four (4) areas that Tell Me About Yourself applies to beyond interviews
Ed Samuel is a senior Executive Career, Life Coach, Ministry Leader, Author, Radio Host, certified Career Assessment and DiSC Personality I.D. Consultant and Team Leader and founder of SamNova, Inc. based in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. Ed provides one-on-one career transition coaching for people in all walks with emphasis on mid-level to senior executives across multiple functional roles, industries and non-profit organizations.
Register Now in BOTH MeetUp AND THE Careers in Transition (CIT) GOOGLE FORM for out next virtual meeting on Saturday June 4 from 8:30 – 10:30 am.
To ensure the security of our virtual meetings, invitations will be emailed directly to attendees who register for the meeting. Registering through Meetup alone is not sufficient. You must register using the CIT Google Form in order to join the meeting. No one will be admitted without a CIT Google Form registration
REGISTRATION: COMPLETION OF THE CIT GOOGLE FORM IS REQUIRED by 4pm on FRIDAY, June 3. Google will acknowledge your submission of the form. If you do not receive the acknowledgement in a few minutes, check your SPAM folder. If you do not receive it, please email me: email@example.com.
Please save the acknowledgement. It is your proof that your registration is complete. You may also use this acknowledgement email to cancel or change your registration. This is the link to the CIT Google Form:
ADMITTANCE TO THE MEETING: A CIT team member will send you a link to the Zoom meeting on Friday night. Please check your SPAM folder if you so not receive the link by Saturday morning. If you do not receive it, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
RESUME REVIEW: If you wish to have your resume reviewed, please send it in a doc or docx format to Carol McCullagh: email@example.com AND Glenn Resnicoff: firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm Friday, June 3.
CANCELLATION: If you are unable to attend, please cancel your registration using CIT Google Form.
-Please do not share the Zoom link. People who have not registered will not be admitted.
As part of its outreach ministry, Christ Church in Short Hills (CCSH) hosts the meetings of a group called Careers in Transition (CIT) for parishioners, neighbors and friends from surrounding communities who wish to discuss, learn about or share ideas and experiences pertaining to career changes. Leaders of CIT are volunteers through CCSH. Any suggestions, recommendations or comments made by any leader or participant in the CIT program are merely expressions of opinion or anecdotal information that do not guarantee any future results. Statements or suggestions by any guest speaker or contained in any material authored by a third-party are not statements by CCSH or the CIT leaders even if given or made available during or in connection with any CIT meeting. Such statements or suggestions are not endorsed or guaranteed in anyway by CCSH or the CIT leaders.