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Professional Dev and Job Hunting Opportunity for UTech, Jamaica Alumni July 20, 2017

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Dear UTech Alumni,

 

Can we help each other?

 

We’d like to think so!

 

But just to be sure, if you don’t mind us asking….

 

  • Would it help to boost your confidence, if you were sure you had a well crafted, value adding resume and/or LinkedIn Profile, which clearly and impressively answers the No. 1 question in a Hiring Manager’s mind “What value will this candidate add to my organization?”
  • Would you feel more hopeful if you had someone to help you develop a job search or career management strategy so you could get on with your life…with better fit between who you are and what you do, plus better compensation-focus-joy-peace?
  • Would it mean a lot to you to be able to handle this…wait…period [the wait to find a job, or the wait to find a better job] without feeling fearful, angry, anxious and uncertain?

If You Answered “Yes!” to Any of the Questions

Then we can definitely help each other!

 

CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS
AND LET’S COLLABORATE FOR YOUR SUCCESS
IN LIFE-WORK-BUSINESS!

 

FORMS FOR DOWNLOAD
Professional Development Opportunity Brochure
Professional Development Form

WHY NOT COLLABORATE WITH US TODAY
FOR YOUR
#Success?

cheryll3007
Cheryll Messam, CPC
Certified Professional Coach
Alumni Relations Manager
University of Technology, Jamaica
876-970-5468

 

 

UTech Alumni Relations e-Report: How To Make Work…WORK! October 31, 2012

Posted by utechalumni in e-Reports, Job Search Tips, Money Management, Personal Development, Professional Development.
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How to Make Work…WORK!

Dedicated to the Graduation Class of 2012, University of Technology, Jamaica

We in the Alumni Relations Office (ARO) at UTech continue to seek practical ways to support you our graduates in your ongoing personal and professional development. This e-Report: How to Make Work…WORK! was created to help you prepare to be successful as an autonomous professional in the workplace, as well as successful in the overall management of your career. The content is appropriate for young professionals entering the workforce for the very first time. It is also appropriate for the more seasoned professionals who may have been experiencing work, without the benefit of a relevant framework to guide their preparation, interpretations and responses, within the context of the various organizations for which they have worked to date. (more…)

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