- How to sell yourself elegantly in your year-end report (also at the workplace)
- How to smartly use the STAR principle in a resume, year-end report, and other paperwork
- How to tell stories professionally with numbers
Have you ever struggled with writing a year-end report or updating your resume? Maybe you just didn’t use the right word, the right method or the right numbers.
2020 is coming to an end. December, apart from Christmas party with families and friends, is a great time for reflection, professionally and personally.
For those who need to hand in a year-end report, this is definitely an online workshop you would not want to miss! Even if you don’t have a requirement from your company to write such a report, you never know when one might come handy in the future. Time flies and it’s sometimes hard to remember what you have done without noting it down.
As we are now between the Fall and Spring recruiting season, it is the perfect time to update our resume by utilizing skills such as how to tell stories, use the STAR principle and use numbers properly.
Welcome to join our first Anonymous Event which means our speakers wouldn’t open their camera or share their identities with us this time. This allows them more freedom to express themselves since all examples they share will be 100% authentic and ‘uncensored”.
Anonymous Events will be sessions where speakers can choose to come to BeHive and share their stories and experience without letting people know who they are. (Well you as a participant won’t know, but we will of course.)
And if this works out, you would be one of the participants that create a new chapter for BeHive but also yourselves! Just think about it! When was the last time you attended an event with an anonymous speaker??