1) For the past 3 years I have converted dry PowerPoint content written in bureaucratese into practically relevant content and/or role-play exercises that engage, inform and entertain 20-something international students to be better employees. [4.5/5 student engagement ratings based on after-course feedback submissions.]
2) For the past 2 years I have individually coached international graduates to sharpen their resumes and prepare for job interviews so that they can stand powerfully against local applicants who speak better English. Typically converting a no-interviews-getting client into professional employment within 3 months. (4-weeks in one case.)
3) Last year drafted a response email to a regulatory 'Please explain' summons that enabled a private college to continue operating for 6 months despite suspicions from regulators. In part, this was achieved by making sure the response email squarely addressed regulator concerns and quoting back at them exception clauses that they themselves wrote in previous correspondence.
4) For the past 4 years I have advised small businesses how to improve their administration processes and how to motivate/incentivise their staff better. This includes participating in their new candidate interviewing process and helping them select the most factually competent candidate rather than a merely apparently suitable one. (For instance, by pointing out flaws in managerial assumptions or reasoning.)
5) For the past 4 years I have been a participant (now a team leader) in an improvisational theatre group where acting out a 5 minute scene on the basis of minimal cues (zero script) and inconvenient restrictions is the norm.