Virtual Conference Keynote – Rejection Letter’ – It’s a ‘Letter of Opportunity
The Professional Association of Résumé Writers & Career Coaches Help Job Seekers THRIVE! with Two-Day Virtual Conference and Diane Hudson, Director of the Certified Professional Career Coach (CPCC), will deliver the final keynote presentation.
“It’s not a ‘Rejection Letter’ – It’s a ‘Letter of Opportunity’”
I am so happy to be presenting at this virtual conference.
In career management and job search, the glass is half empty or half full. To Thrive! means to prosper; be fortunate or successful; to grow or develop vigorously; to flourish. With every lesson learned, we have a new opportunity to flourish and advance the culture of excellence in the career management industry. Diane’s 3 top takeaways for her message are:
- Learn to Tell Your Unique Compelling Story: My ‘Elevator Pitch’ won me a cash bonus! Storytelling is as old as the history of people, and people find stories interesting – people listen and are engaged by stories.
- Stay ahead of the competition: Remain current and fresh, read books and articles, and research, to provide cutting-edge services and product ideas to enhance our clients’ career management action plans.
- Learn a new skill set: Learn about federal résumés (since the federal government has 2.7 million employees – the largest employer in the USA, ahead of Walmart with 1.5 million employees); goals development to guide clients in making career change decisions; coaching and training clients to ace virtual meetings and interviews; a niche population (military, disabled, incarcerated, women returning to work after raising children, executives), and more.
The so-called “Rejection Letter” – is really just an opportunity to shine, rethink, adjust, and move forward.