WHAT IS IT?
A valuation tool that uses three basic questions to help you uncover the value of your skills and experiences.
WHAT did I do?
HOW did I do the work?
THE IMPORTANCE OF VALUE
Companies make hiring & promotion decisions based on evidence of your potential to add value.
What you do matters, but it’s the focus on How and Outcome that really gets to the value of your skills and experiences. That’s what WHO Logic is for, to help you uncover, articulate, and leverage value.
APPLYING WHO LOGIC
The cover letter accompanies your resume and is all about aligning your skills and experiences with the job. It’s also about expressing enthusiasm for the job and company. Use WHO Logic to help you match your skills and experiences and write a value-centered, aligned cover letter. Read Chapter 5 and check out the narrative version and the value point version. Which one works best for you?
Read Chapter 5 for more tips and sample cover letters.
There are two forms of networking, Fast Networking and Slow & Steady Networking. Fast networking is a strategy used when you apply for jobs. Slow & Steady Networking is about building relationships over time with people who work at companies of interest. It’s an important part of career advancement and WHO Logic can help!
Read through Chapter 8 (pages 88 - 106) to begin building your networking plan
Ace the interview using WHO Logic. Regardless of interview type - virtual-recorded, virtual-live, or in-person interviewing - WHO Logic can help. WHO is a perfect response framework for almost any question you get from an interviewer.
Read Chapter 9 to learn more
Mastery of WHO logic supports life long career development! You'll forever be able generate evidence & confidently share the value of you.