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How to articulate your value to an organisation

A key challenge many job seekers face is how to articulate the value they offer an organisation.

Fortunately, there is a way to take the take the pain out of this – or at least reduce it significantly.

In this short video I talk through some examples of how you can use your strengths to clearly describe your abilities and what you have to offer, and some clients who have done this.

If you’re ready to get to know your strengths, start by accessing my free strengths guide below.

Speak soon,
Nikki

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