Listen in to this Special Recording
Taught by Meggin McIntosh, PhD
The PhD of Productivity®
A teleseminar to help you get prepared – before you are asked to submit your CV!
Available for Immediate Download
Learn the purpose of a curriculum vitae (CV), how it differs from a resumé, and why you need to have your CV ready! Meggin will walk you through an easy, reasonable structure to use as a guideline for constructing (or reconstructing) your vitae in whatever field of pursuit you bring to the table. Plus, you will receive an editable template to download and use for your own curriculum vitae creation or restructuring.
Here’s a likely scenario:
- You learned to prepare a resumé when you were in college.
- The rule was that your resumé should “never be more than one page.”
However, now, time has passed… You’ve grown; you’ve changed; and you may be asking,
- How do I capture the details of all that I have accomplished in my professional life?
- How do I demonstrate the breadth and depth of my experiences, education, and interests?
- How do I incorporate into one document the various facets of my education, career path(s), awards, publications, research, training, presentations, and so forth?
“Meggin always tries to stimulate thought and interaction, even when the session is mostly informational rather than question or discussion based, and her materials are always great, well-thought through.”
Forget the 1-page guideline. It’s time for some new rules!
You will receive:
- An extensive handout packet to guide your listening and learning;
- A template in MS Word to use for creating or restructuring your own CV;
- An MP3 download of the class so you may listen as many times as you want to while reinforcing the strategies you learn.
- And more, of course!
“I would certainly recommend this class because it updates not only content but possibilities in presenting oneself.”
About Your Presenter, Meggin McIntosh
Meggin McIntosh, PhD, known as “The PhD of Productivity®,” is a former teacher, university professor, and director of her university’s Excellence in Teaching Program. She is currently (and happily) the president of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. and says,
“When my major advisor in graduate school asked me to bring in my CV, I had no idea what she was asking for. But I soon learned. That first CV I created was less than 3 pages long and since then, I have kept it up-to-date because I always want to be ready!”
Put your best “self” forward by having a professional CV ready!