How Skills Based Volunteering Can Advance Your Career
Volunteering is widely regarded as a way to obtain transferable skills, gain valuable work experience, and explore career options, all while making important contributions to the community. This reciprocal relationship underscores the multiple benefits of volunteering that help both people and communities reach their potential. This recorded webinar presented by Volunteer Canada will provide an overview of how you can volunteer to propel your career development and in turn, help propel the development of your community.
Four Confidence Boosters to Reach Your Full Potential
In this recorded webinar presented by Kathy Archer of Silver River Coaching, you will learn to take control back for how you feel and how you perform. You will discover your inner confidence and how you can activate self-confident feelings from within yourself. With this sense of certainty, you will be motivated to take action to do your best work, advance your career, and positively impact those around you. The bonus effect is that you will find more joy in your day-to-day work.
Networking: The Missing Link to Employment
To help ease your concerns about networking, let's reframe the entire concept and use semantics to our advantage. Instead of the term networking, we'll refer to it as chatting with people. That is really what networking is, chatting, and it can take place in many contexts: over coffee, in line at the grocery store, online on a social media site, or in a formal setting at a business event. Any place, any time. This recorded webinar will give you the tools you need to reduce your anxiety about networking and to make these chats both effective and enjoyable.
How To Be A Great Skilled Volunteer
Skilled volunteers are volunteers who work on projects that require specific expertise, usually related to the management of a nonprofit organization. They might assist an organization with human resources, marketing, strategy or other high-level projects. Why become a skilled volunteer? The reasons are many - you might want to: build your resume, learn new skills, stretch intellectually, apply your education in a new industry, and/or volunteer your time without being stuck with mundane tasks.