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Here’s How You Can Show the Skills You Have

It takes more than just listing SKILLS on your résumé. Our latest Boost Your Career on-demand webinar shows you how to demonstrate the value you bring
The Showing and Rating Your Skills webinarwill take you through ways to demonstrate your professional value by using your evidence and results instead of listing a variety of skills. We also take you through ways to rate skills such as technology and language use.
This webinar complements information in these Boost Your Career webinars:
·Yes, You Do Have Experience…Here's How to Show It (Part 1) o or o
·I Really DO Have Experience (Part 2) o or o

The full webinar list to date:
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New Boost Your Career Webinars Available - and more are coming!

Yes - It has been awhile...and, finally, more webinars are here to help you on your Career Path, co-sponsored by SueMentors and Tulane University!

What to Do if I’m Not Working: Part 1-Before and During the Gap Bitly: Full:

What to Do if I’m Not Working: Part 2-Re-entry or Continued Gap Bitly: Full:
Job Transitions: Voluntary or Not Bitly: Full:
Stay tuned for the next several between now and mid-October: 
Showing and Rating Your SkillsCover Letters and Resumes: What to Include and WhereJob Application Systems: What Helps and What Doesn'tImposter Syndrome: …

Virtual Conference Attendance Worked: I was Amazed at How Much I Learned!

I suddenly found myself able to attend the American Evaluation Association (AEA) annual conference virtually because I had a relatively open schedule during the conference days of Oct. 31-November 3, 2018 (Wednesday afternoon-Saturday afternoon). I didn’t know until close to the conference time that AEA would have virtual access – and not just to the Opening Plenary.
Thanks, AEA, for the free and excellent streaming access to Presidential Strand sessions!
So I began attending the virtual sessions. And I was deliberate and diligent in engaging with the conference Twitter hashtag #Eval18 (and other variations).
By the 2nd day afternoon, I realized what a full picture I was getting of the conference even though I wasn’t there. Attending tweeters were keeping us updated on all aspects of the conference. And I found myself reading threads and going back to the program abstracts to learn more about sessions that weren’t streamed but whose content impressed an attendee enough to write a tweet.

Realizing a BIG goal - or What I Did on My Summer Vacation

Since I formally incorporated providing external mentoring about a decade ago, I have had a goal of reaching a wider audience. I kept up on various technologies and mostly kept a list of ideas every time I saw an opportunity for a 1-to-many outreach. I thought about doing 30-second daily mentor tip using SoundCloud (audio recording) after seeing how Baratunde Thurston was using it to reach people. Then I explored hosting a Google Hangout to 'broadcast' to anyone anywhere but the initial Hangout software wasn’t really very user-friendly. I even got Snapchat glasses a few years ago thinking they might help me make video clips to share, but they weren’t a solution either.

Well, I never got very far on any of these or others although I did expand my mentoring 'coverage' to working with more formal programs as well as mentoring individual clients.
Several months ago, I was able to expand the mentoring seminars, workshops and consultations I had been doing with my public healt…