Presented by Katie Snapp and Carol Wight of Skirt Strategies
Women are especially hesitant to boast about their professional accomplishments and avoid bragging for fear of being seen as pretentious. While a resume may tell of your work accomplishments and your strengths, a bio entails more than basic facts and should present your life story. Too often, bios sound like a broken record and are dull stories.
Put your best foot forward by crafting an impressive account that transforms your experiences into a powerful narrative proclaiming your achievements. Learn how to boast about your accomplishments without sounding conceited!
Who should attend:
Women who want to project a strong image and highlight their accomplishments. If you use your biographical description frequently or are circulating your resume, this workshop is for you!
How you will benefit:
You will transform past life events and career experiences into a present-day leadership strength. Events that seemed insignificant are often the opposite, and we will embrace these with a new attitude.
This workshop is limited to 15 women so that each participant may receive direct input from the instructors and walk out with complete content for her new bio.
$135 – includes parking! Coffee and Water provided.
Anderson School of Management
Graduate Management Building Room 318
Currently, Carol Wight is the CEO of the New Mexico Restaurant Association. She is responsible for carrying out the mission and vision of the organization and for implementing programs and services that are a benefit to NMRA members. She has owned and operated her own businesses for over twenty years, including several restaurants. She is a certified Franklin Covey Seven Habits Facilitator as well as a True Colors, personality based team-building facilitator. She lives in Albuquerque with a very supportive husband, crazy six-toed cat, and five daughters.
At 21, Carol opened her first restaurant. By the time she was 30 she owned three successful restaurants with 150 employees. Utilizing entrepreneurial skills and restaurant expertise, she became an international consultant in destinations like Abu Dhabi and Tokyo. Carol eventually became the CEO of the New Mexico Restaurant Association, running a 1,100 member trade organization where she advocated to improve the conditions of the industry in New Mexico. Through her work as an entrepreneur and advocate she realized that women entrepreneurs like herself needed a membership organization to support their road to success. She joined forces with author Katie Snapp to bring the book Skirt Strategies to life in a supportive membership community, empowering women to reach their full potential so they can obtain the leadership positions they deserve.
Registration & Payment:
Full payment, purchase order, UNM Employee Tuition Remission or credit card
Online registration: Register Now!
Phone registration: 505-277-2525
Tuition remission fax: 505-277-0345
Payment & Refund Policies:
Program fees are fully refundable prior to the start of the first class session, less a processing fee of $35. Once the program begins, refunds are no longer possible. The Anderson School of Management reserves the right to alter course schedules or to cancel courses.
Full payment, purchase order, or UNM tuition remission form is due upon enrollment. Enrollment is limited. You are strongly encouraged to register as soon as possible.