Thinking Cap Training provides customized training and development programs, resume development, writing coaching, and consulting services to individuals and small businesses.
- Design and implement customized training and development programs, online and in person
- Design and implement team-building retreats
- Design and conduct satisfaction and engagement surveys of employees, vendors, customers
- Writing services – reports, PowerPoint presentations, employee manuals
- Consulting to improve organization efficiencies
- Resume writing
- Interview coaching
- Skills development
Thinking Cap Training can help you write, edit, and optimize your resume.
Thinking Cap Training will connect you with a writing coach appropriate to your particular project.
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I can’t thank you enough for all your help with my resume. It made a world of difference. After working on my resume, I received more interview requests and recently accepted an offer for a new position.
I want to acknowledge the outstanding work Kate did with my resume. From the wording and formatting and highlighting my skills, she really brought my resume to the next level, helping me land my next job.
Kate has also been an awesome mentor to me and is extremely understanding in any situation that may come across, either work related or on a personal development level. I have done so many training sessions with Kate in the past and they have always been very positive and well thought out.
Kate is also an excellent thinker and problem solver, and it is with great pleasure that I express my gratitude and appreciation for her.