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Competencies in Demand to Ensure Career Resiliency - Cheyene Marling

  • Thursday, February 10, 2022
  • 1:30 PM
  • MS Teams Webinar

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Please register for BCPA Monthly Meeting by February 10, 2022 1:30 PM CT.  Registered members and guests will receive an email before the start of the meeting containing information about joining the webinar.


Presentation Title: 

Competencies in Demand to Ensure Career Resiliency


Presentation Description

Years of expertise, degrees and certifications, although beneficial and marketable, will not necessarily predict your professional trajectory. Data shows that if you want to get hired, stay hired, and grow your career you need to develop highly requested soft skills, build a powerful personal brand, and be adaptable to change. Becoming a top talent requires more than using your expertise to meet the needs of your organization. It necessitates using your talents, creativity, and expertise to think outside of the box and advance the success of your team, program, and company.

 




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