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Smart Tactics: Developing Targeted Skill-Based Resumes
In today’s changing job market, our clients need highly targeted resumes to enhance their candidacy.

In this webinar, you will learn how to improve your client’s marketability by incorporating their strengths and transferable skills. Lesah will review tips, case studies, and examples to help you guide clients to apply their SkillScan results for a more targeted, skills-based resume.

Key Takeaways:

• Gain a simple process to analyze a job position and help clients connect their top skills and experiences to the role
• Use Skill Categories and Skill Sets to structure a resume to communicate clients’ greatest strengths
• Examine case studies that illustrate connecting client strengths in their resume to specific jobs
• Review helpful resume resources in the Learning Center to use with your clients

Aug 4, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Lesah Beckhusen
President @SkillScan
For over 30 years, Lesah has successfully provided career advice to thousands of people, from those launching their careers to career transitioners and career advancers. Her experience led her to simultaneously develop a publishing business for enhancing coach effectiveness in using and applying career assessments. She is the co-developer of Professional Pack and creator of Advance Pack 2.0, Express Assessment, and SkillScan Drive. Lesah specializes in working with career practitioners to help clients facilitate a focus through integrating skill results with interests, values, and personality type to gain a holistic picture of their unique career preferences. In addition to having a portfolio career of counseling, training and product development, Lesah worked as an Associate Director/Career Adviser at the University of California Berkeley's School of Business for over 23 years. She holds a BA and MS from San Diego State University.