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Professional Development Training: Make Your Company "ROAR"

What: Make Your Company ROAR (Recruit, Onboard, Actuate, and Retain), and learn about the 12 steps of the recruiting process with Bill Humbert.

When: Wednesday, November 3, 2021 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MDT

Where: Via Zoom


Get back to work with the Return Utah program

Return Utah offers opportunities for adults looking to re-enter the workforce after an extended absence. Take your skills and knowledge to the next level by joining the pilot cohort of Return Utah. Launch your next career phase with the right opportunities, training, mentorship, and networking. This program is a paid experience designed to help skilled professionals elevate their return.


Free 3-month access to Flexjobs! Available for Certified Remote Work Professional course graduates

For a limited time we are offering our graduates access to Flexjobs, a premium remote job search site, for three whole months! Complete this 5-minute application and we will email you the access code within the next three business days.


How To Engage Remote Meeting Participants

Running effective meetings over videoconference isn’t rocket science. Still, most remote teams report loads of unproductive meetings each week. Good news: You don’t need a degree in organizational management to get good at meetings. Use these exercises to make your meetings more impactful, whether it’s a group brainstorm or quick stand-up.

  • Step 1: Ask yourself, “Could this be an email?”
  • Step 2: Prep your agenda
  • Step 3: Write a strong invite
  • Step 4: Open your meeting warmly
  • Step 5: Keep things inclusive
  • Step 6: Decide on next steps and end early


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