“It’s called an “elevator pitch” or “speech,” but it could also be referred to as the “water cooler speech,” the “cocktail party speech,” or the standard blurb you use at your family get-togethers. When time is limiting (e.g., an elevator ride), it helps to have a . . . summary of exactly what it is that you do and how you, as an individual, are contributing to your respective field.” < www.ascb.org/science-news/importance-elevator-speech/ >
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Assigment 2 (assignment 1 will help you do this one)
INSTRUCTIONS PART 2:
At an interview, you will catch their attention with the elevator speech but you will need more for when they ask,
“Yes, excellent, tell me more.”
Now is the time to share your story. This material is less memorized but should be reviewed before your interview.
Build this larger one-page essay explaining how you have developed, mastered, and used Critical Thinking/Problem Solving in a real-life example.
Submit on this form Demonstrating_the_Critical_Thinking_Skill.docx
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