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A resume can be a powerful tool, but there is often a disconnect between what a job candidate thinks is being communicated on their resume and how hiring managers interpret the information being presented. This results in companies missing out on hiring some great talent, and job seekers missing out on excellent opportunities. In this Uplift Kitsap, professional resume writer Tina Callison helps bridge that gap by identifying places on a resume where disconnect happens and exploring how both job candidates and hiring managers can improve their use of resumes.

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Tina Callison

Tina Callison is a professional resume writer and owner of Loud Resumes LLC. She has been writing resumes professionally for the past eight years and has written thousands of resumes for clients across all industries and job levels, with the most of her clients being professional or executive-level candidates.

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Created by the Kitsap Business Forum, Uplift Kitsap is a free interactive online series fostering strong and resilient business leaders.

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Conversation sets the tone for a relationship. Open and honest communication leads more quickly to mutual understanding and respect for differences in views, interests, and needs. Being able to communicate effectively is perhaps the most important of all life skills, so let’s talk!

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A model to observe and improve the value of your conversations
  • Skills to help elevate the quality of your communication
  • Ways to open yourself to intersecting points of view

MEET YOUR PRESENTER

Kristal ThomasKristal Thomas, owner and CEO of the Bremerton Express Employment Professionals office, has been a part of this community for 13 years. Kristal came from a background in sales and leadership and has been a professional facilitator for her company Intoxicating Intellect since 2009 teaching communication and personal effectiveness.

Thomas says, “Because we are members of this community, working always to be a trusted HR resource for small and medium sized businesses, we have a vested interest in our city and want to help the people and businesses of Kitsap County thrive and grow together.”

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Created by the Kitsap Business Forum, Uplift Kitsap is a free interactive online series fostering strong and resilient business leaders.

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All leaders must be adept at having difficult conversations as we train, onboard, and hold our teams accountable to the goals.

Having difficult conversations may never be easy, but there are ways to make those conversations both productive and as painless as possible.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • How to prepare for difficult conversations
  • Framework to decide if you should have the conversation
  • A model for communication

MEET YOUR PRESENTER

Kristal ThomasKristal Thomas, owner and CEO of the Bremerton Express Employment Professionals office, has been a part of this community for 13 years. Kristal came from a background in sales and leadership and has been a professional facilitator for her company Intoxicating Intellect since 2009 teaching communication and personal effectiveness.

Thomas says, “Because we are members of this community, working always to be a trusted HR resource for small and medium sized businesses, we have a vested interest in our city and want to help the people and businesses of Kitsap County thrive and grow together.”

REGISTER HERE  An access link and password will be sent to you after registering.


Created by the Kitsap Business Forum, Uplift Kitsap is a free interactive online series fostering strong and resilient business leaders.

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Fake News is nothing new. But now, more than ever, bogus claims can reach people at exceedingly high speeds. Figuring out what’s real and what’s imaginary. . .
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When under stress we act in accordance with our strongest tendencies, preferences, or comfort zone. In this workshop we will discuss using the different personality styles to manage stress in a way that makes the individual feel understood and less strained.
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Difficult conversations often arise when we make assumptions before we even talk to the other person. This can lead to frustration, avoidance, intimidation, toxicity in relationships, and so much more. In this session, Shannon Bruce, Certified Conversational Intelligence® Coach, will take the insight from our May 19 session on Mastering Fear using the Conversational Dashboard and show how our assumptions impact our ability to relate to others while diminishing our capabilities to work well together. Using the Ladder of Conclusion tool, you will learn how to check your assumptions and elevate the quality of your conversations, decreasing stress and improving your relationships with yourself and others.

 

Shannon Bruce
Shannon Bruce, CPCC, PCC
CEO & Chief Inspiration Officer, Executive & Team Coach
Story Bridge

Shannon Bruce, CPCC, PCC is a passionate Professional Certified Coach whose work inspires transformational change in her clients and their companies. With more than two decades of experience in management and executive leadership, Shannon is a powerful listener, able to challenge the status quo.

Her coaching and facilitation clients rave about her ability to motivate them to always drive toward excellence. As CEO of StoryBridge, Inc. she acts as a catalyst for Conscious Culture Change, creating communities within organizations and building cohesive, high performing teams. Clients say she has helped them achieve accelerated trust, improved relationships, as well as bottom-line business results.

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Created by the Kitsap Business Forum, Uplift Kitsap fosters strong and resilient business leaders.

In response to our recent survey on supporting business through the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many told us they would like Kitsap Business Forum to offer some form of online session. To that end, Uplift Kitsap was born. Participants will engage in relevant topics while having opportunities to meet, chat, and share with others. We hope you’ll join in online.

 

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During this online session, Shannon Bruce will talk about the foundation of Conversational Intelligence® (C-IQ) using the Conversational Dashboard. This will help to set context for what’s happening in and around us when we are in fear/distrust versus calm/trust. This approach is about applying the concepts of C-IQ to our “inner conversation” to help us navigate uncertainty using our whole brain, not just being run by our amygdala.

Shannon Bruce

Shannon Bruce, CPCC, PCC is a passionate Professional Certified Coach whose work inspires transformational change in her clients and their companies. With more than two decades of experience in management and executive leadership, Shannon is a powerful listener, able to challenge the status quo.

Her coaching and facilitation clients rave about her ability to motivate them to always drive toward excellence. As CEO of StoryBridge, Inc. she acts as a catalyst for Conscious Culture Change, creating communities within organizations and building cohesive, high performing teams. Clients say she has helped them achieve accelerated trust, improved relationships, as well as bottom-line business results.

Register Here

An access link and password will be sent to you after registering.


Created by the Kitsap Business Forum, Uplift Kitsap fosters strong and resilient business leaders.

In response to our recent survey on supporting business through the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many told us they would like Kitsap Business Forum to offer some form of online session. To that end, Uplift Kitsap was born. Participants will engage in relevant topics while having opportunities to meet, chat, and share with others. We hope you’ll join us in this new format.

 

 

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Certain conversations bring dread to leaders—delivering bad news, discussing a sensitive topic, or talking about situations that have gone wrong. These difficult conversations often miss the mark. Instead of driving results and generating solutions, they create confusion, conflict, and stress. Moreover, our fear of conflict or potentially upsetting someone may steer us toward avoiding the conversation altogether.

The success or failure of businesses, relationships, and partnerships are the consequence of the things said and unsaid. Effectively conducting difficult conversations allows you to take charge of the situation without being perceived as “the bad guy” and minimizes the chances of situations spiraling out of control. Diving Into Difficult Conversations will help you build stronger relationships while molding needed results. Learn new skills to make a difference in your relationships—one conversation at a time.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Organizing your thoughts around an issue
  • Keeping emotion from escalating
  • Using tools to keep the conversation productive

YOUR PRESENTER

Kristal Baker

Kristal Baker is owner and CEO of Express Employment Professionals, Bremerton where she connects job seekers and businesses. Since 2009, Kristal has taught and facilitated communications and personal effectiveness through her company Intoxicating Intellect. With a background in sales and leadership, Kristal has trained with Context Associated to become the leader and CEO that she is today. Her training with Mike Dooley on Infinite Possibilities helped to shape the style needed to teach others these valuable skills.

 

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