We can share a list of impressive results, what we have done, and maybe our contacts, interviewers and others will keep us in mind. If we really want them on our side, actively advocating on our behalf, we need not only to tell WHAT we have done, but HOW we have done it. When people have a sense of what it is like to work with us, how we get work done, they will feel they know us better and will be much more inclined to go to bat for us.
Join career coach, Win Sheffield, to learn how to select and deliver stories that will convey the message of your value in a compelling way. Topics covered include:
- Identify good stories to tell: What Hollywood can teach us about telling our story
- Isolate the messages you want to deliver
- Learn techniques to deliver your message with clarity and impact
This is an interactive workshop. Volunteers will be assisted on how to identify and share accomplishment stories, and get feedback on how to make them stronger.
If you want to start thinking about this In advance, you can listen to 5-minute podcasts on telling stories at http://www.bit.ly/TPOY-Stories
- $0.00 - PMINJ Chapter members
- $5.00 - Non-members (no refund)
- The link to the virtual meeting will be included in
the Registration Receipt
- Download the Zoom app at: https://zoom.us/download
Win Sheffield is a career coach who supports his clients to recognize and convey their value through telling their stories of success in writing and speaking. His speaking engagements extend from the New York Public Library, churches and industry and alumni groups in New York to television, Silicon Valley and London.
Win worked in strategy development and management consulting at Citibank, J.P. Morgan and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Before that he attended Kenyon College and received an M.B.A. from Boston University. He studied counseling at General Seminary, Myers-Briggs at the Jung Institute and was certified as a career coach through the Five O'Clock Club.
Please visit www.WinSheffield.com if you have questions, want to learn of upcoming talks, attend his weekly stories workshop or listen to his career microcasts. Win works with clients virtually and meets in-person as possible.