Tuesday June 18, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM EDT
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700 12th Street NW
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Washington, DC 20005

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Denise Graveline 
don't get caught - creative communications consulting 

Messaging Me:Using Message Development                 in Your Job Search 

Job interviews are full of open-ended questions that can trip up even experienced candidates. If "tell me about yourself" or "walk me through your resume" or "describe your career so far"  leave you tongue-tied--or just talking too long--this is the workshop for you. This two-hour, jam-packed session will share the secrets that public speakers use to:

  • Develop crisp, concise, compelling messages -- in this case, about what you want to emphasize about yourself and your experience;
  • Come up with a framework for your message that's easy for you to remember on the spot, and easy for the interviewer to keep in mind later when discussing you as a candidate; and
  • How to use the framework to speak briefly about yourself, or at length.

You'll learn a formula you can use and adapt again and again for different jobs and interviews--or use consistently throughout your search. This session includes your lunch and lots of time to practice, and you'll leave with a good start on a personal message that will help you articulate your achievements in interviews, letters and other materials.

Take advantage of our early registration discount: Registration, including lunch, is just $100 until May 21, 2013, and $125 thereafter. All registration closes June 4, 2013. Please read our workshop policy and frequently asked questions; by clicking on the registration link below, you are certifying that you have read the policies and agree to abide by them.

Trainer Denise Graveline coaches speakers and presenters, and has helped thousands of business executives, scientists, policymakers and others to present themselves with presence. One client says "as a result of her training, I was able to present myself and my ideas successfully and with excellent results."