These workshops are exclusive for King & Bishop coaching, roundtable members, alumni, and friends! There is limited seating. All workshops start at 10:30 am EST and are completed by 12:00 pm EST. No more than ten participants per workshop. To sign up for a workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
➢ Your Video Brand: How to Be Great on Camera & Stand Out as a Professional – Thursday, April 13 (MC) (10:30 am – 11:30 am)
Hopping on a video conferencing call is now the norm, but do you feel fully comfortable and confident with using video so much? Are you able to highlight your ability and personality on camera to impress your audience, from colleagues and clients to recruiters and prospects? Stepping in front of the video camera with your message is the most effective way to build relationships (and sometimes the only option). Easier said than done, right?
Learn from a former CBS news reporter how to embrace Your Video Brand and have fun going on camera!
Top 3 Takeaways:
✓ Learn the three keys on how to be great on camera and boost your confidence
✓ Understand how to set up for video conferencing like a pro
✓ Get straightforward tips on elevating your presentation and interviewing skills
➢ Interviewing Techniques Workshop – Tuesday, April 18 (AF)
This workshop will demonstrate techniques to tell your story, improve your ability to handle tough questions, and highlight your value.
➢ LinkedIn Profile Workshop – Tuesday, April 25 (AG)
If you are not on LinkedIn, you are invisible. LinkedIn is a 24/7 Career Billboard. Are you using its full potential to get the position you want?
Learn how to create a more effective LinkedIn profile using all the latest features and techniques.
➢ Networking Workshop – Thursday, April 27 (AF)
This workshop will help you develop a networking strategy and learn tactics to build and maintain professional relationships.
➢ Resume Techniques Workshop – Thursday, May 4 (AG)
The Resume Development Workshop will help you create an effective resume that clearly describes your features and benefits and the value you bring to prospective employers.
➢ Job Search Sites and Tools Workshop – Thursday, May 18 (MC)
This workshop will primarily focus on helping you create a basic LinkedIn profile that makes you stand out and teach you how to leverage various job site capabilities and Boolean search tools in your job search.
➢ Networking Brief? What, How and Why? – Tuesday, May 23 (AG)
Networking is essential to your career transition. It builds relationships that help you achieve your objectives, identify new opportunities, and provide meaningful interactions. It is necessary for your career management and development.
Your Networking Brief is a primary tool in your networking strategy. It is a high-level view of your qualifications and describes the work you want to do. It helps your contacts to help you. Unlike a resume, it focuses on what you want to do in the future.
Come to our workshop and learn how to build this tool. Understand how to use this in your networking strategy. Recognize how this integrates with your 30-second introduction and your LinkedIn profile.
➢ Offer Negotiation – Thursday, May 25 (AF)
The Offer Negotiation Workshop teaches you how to develop and execute a successful negotiating strategy and tactics. Please share your resume with the facilitator.