Each time you create a version of your résumé it seems there’s a reason to revise it. Sometimes a prospective employer causes you to consider changing, deleting or adding a small piece. Sometimes an adviser suggests a revision you hadn’t considered before, which just might make a significant difference.
During the résumé inspection, ideas are shared, different styles exhibited, variations are reviewed, and everyone leaves enriched by the experience. This is the time to practice the oral résumé and receive helpful feedback about your written résumé. It is a time to encourage and be encouraged.
The news is this: If you don’t have a large network, you can still develop one. If you aren’t good at networking, you can learn how. If you are not outgoing, you can learn how to network effectively. And if you are tracking down jobs on the Internet, or using a headhunter to avoid networking, you are missing “big time!”
Networking is something we all wish we did better. It is the single best way to land that next career job … better than all the other approaches put together! In this session you will learn the essence of really good networking and how to do it with great effectiveness. Done right, it is easy, comfortable and generates lifelong results.
The keys to successful interviewing lie in preparation for and then controlling the interview. Most interviewers are not prepared, so it is vitally necessary that you prepare all the more. There is no reason to leave the outcome of an interview totally to chance.
To prepare involves several components: Gathering information, rehearsal and prayer. To properly control the interview involves knowing when and how to use your 2-Minute Drill, telling your story, listening well and selling yourself as the “solution” to the interviewer’s needs.
This session will further prepare you for the tough questions you will be asked and for the questions that you need to ask the interviewer. How one answers those first few questions can determine the direction of the interview. It takes preparation, research, rehearsal, and prayer to be victorious.
Next prepare the appropriate questions to ask each interviewer. Your questions will indicate your motivation and interest. Interviewers are often favorably impressed with your preparation.
It’s one thing to prepare. It’s another to practice to become proficient. It is through practice that we improve our skill. Whether learning to ride a bicycle, use new computer software or interviewing, practice helps us get better and better.
Much is at stake. Perhaps your interview is for that one career job where we will soar and succeed beyond your own imagination. With years of income, satisfaction and contentment on the line, it behooves everyone to practice, practice, practice! And in an environment that is risk free.
Work with résumé coaches to radically revise both your oral and written résumés. You will get more interviews! Receive personal help to create the résumé you need for a successful career transition.
Success minded individuals will be shown little known career success tactics along with the value of evaluating personal priorities, continued learning, and developing one’s discipline to achieve career and life success.
Learn “winning” responses to behavioral interview questions which will position you ahead of the competition. Examples will be shared to provide real-time practice. You’ll receive invaluable and encouraging feedback.
Can you pass a Criminal Background Check? Have you been arrested and are now dealing with a background while in job search? This seminar is designed to help those with backgrounds overcome employment barriers. You will learn how to effectively answer questions regarding your background on an employment application and in interviews. This is a FREE event.
Next seminar is Monday, May 17, 2021, from 6 - 7 PM. The seminar will be in-person only in Fellowship Hall! Advance registration is required.
Call Ed Bazan 682-302-1543, 9 AM - 5 PM weekdays.
This event is temporarily POSTPONED!