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Get started with Cinode Skills

Cinode Skills allows you to document and present your skills and experience

Camilla Ahgren avatar
Written by Camilla Ahgren
Updated over a week ago

Skills are the heart and soul of Cinode and where most users start.

We know that people possess varied skill sets, but often it's difficult to communicate this experience, and get qualitative search on skills and transparency within organisations.

With Cinode Skills, each individual can map their skills and experiences and this data is in turn shared throughout your entire organisation, increasing your chances of getting interesting assignments, using your skill set as the foundation for professional development in focus areas and for your colleagues to get to know you better.

How do I start?

In order to start your journey in Cinode, you will first need to document your knowledge. Each user of Skills has a skills account called a Profile. The Profile is only visible internally in your organisation and can only be edited by you or your manager(s).

1. Upload your photo: Your photo will be displayed in-app so your colleagues can recognise you. It will also be used for your resumes.

2. Create your first resume: Your resume is like your business card - your most relevant information, professionally designed and packaged. Your profile will be created based on your first CV created and then you can create multiple resumes based on your Cinode profile. Pay special attention to all sections marked as 'Skills' as skills are keywords that make you searchable for your organisation's sales reps and managers when they are looking for interesting assignments that match your skill set.

Each one of your customers has different expectations, requirements and needs for information, you can tailor each resume to suit each individual recipient. Remember, the more relevant a resume is for a specific recipient, the higher your chances of getting that assignment.

3. Dream Assignment: There is a difference between can-do and what we really want to do. Show your peers and managers what your dream assignment is - it might be closer than you think!

More articles: For more detailed information, please view this section of our Knowledge Base.

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