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How to Write a Killer Cover Letter

Date: 02/08/2022

Time: 12:30pm
Where: LMHQ, Virtual,
Fee: FREE

Many employees no longer require a cover letter — but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t send one! Requisite or not, a great cover letter is a helpful tool for your future employee to see both why you’re a good fit for the job and also how you communicate.

 

Join Small Business Co-Pilot Founder Podge Thomas for an interactive workshop that will demonstrate each component of a cover letter to help your application stand out.

 

A cover letter is not a repetition of your resume but a companion to it.  A great cover letter stands alone, connecting a role with your experience and giving your future employer a sense of how you might approach the job. By the end of this workshop, you will understand the structure and elements of a cover letter that will capture the attention of your next employer. You will understand how the cover letter and the resume complement each other and make for a strong, competitive application. You’ll also have a chance to ask Podge all of your burning questions.

This is a follow-up workshop to Podge’s September workshop on How to Create a Stand-Out Resume. Check it out here!

 

About Our Speaker:

Podge Thomas is an experienced business consultant and coach offering services geared toward small businesses owned and operated by women. She has worked across multiple industries including jewelry design, healthcare and hospitality and has found that common threads in the management and leadership styles of women lean toward collaboration, equity and holistic support. Podge specializes in talent management, team cohesion and decolonizing the workplace. 

 

Small Business Co-Pilot offers coaching services to women business owners that support business growth and sustainability through the lens of building strong teams. Using data from all areas of life provides context to how each individual manages and leads. Small Business Co-Pilot provides tools and guidance to hire, onboard, engage and exit employees and contractors.

 

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