Going Up?

In today’s hyper-competitive job market, it’s important to seize every opportunity to be noticed. Research shows that hiring managers spend as little as six seconds reviewing the average resume, and that interviewers know within two minutes whether they are going to bring a candidate back for a second interview. If someone asked you to provide a quick message about your abilities and achievements, would you be able to?

On Wednesday, Dec. 4, Chris Westfall, the national elevator pitch champion and author of The NEW Elevator Pitch, will present our latest member-exclusive career webinar. During his presentation, Westfall will discuss how you can improve your chances of getting noticed by hiring managers and interviewers if you have a captivating elevator pitch.

Prior to becoming the national elevator pitch champion, Chris Westfall worked as a technology sales executive. He has helped lead sales and marketing efforts across the world. Known in the business world as the “Sales Accelerator,” Westfall has built a solid reputation for helping businesses and individuals learn how to harness the power of communication. We hope you’ll join us for this next installment in our member-exclusive career webinar series.

To register today, click here.

 Your Career Strategy Starts with Your Elevator Pitch

Date: Wednesday, Dec. 4

Time: 7-8 p.m. (CST)

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