Everyone knows how to prepare for an interview: look at the website, review the job description, check out the interviewer on LinkedIn, and prepare answers to questions like "What is you greatest weakness?" All valuable steps to take, no doubt. But what if we could reimagine the process?
During interviews we often assume that interviewers have all the power, or that our needs as a candidate are less relevant. But the employer has an interest in meeting your needs as well--they want to hire someone who can do the job, but also grow and succeed in their organization. So why not flip the script and put yourself in their mindset the next time you prepare for an interview? In this workshop we'll explore strategies to help you understand what the employer wants, the power you have in the process, and how to strengthen your approach to interviewing.
Join coach Win Sheffield for this interactive alumni workshop and learn how to:
- Recognize and leverage your power in the interview process
- Play the interview game with renewed confidence
- Strategically demonstrate your value before, during, and after the interview
To learn more about interviewing before you attend this workshop, check out Win's The Power of You microcasts online at http://www.winsheffield.com/microcastdraft/#interviewing.
About the Speaker:
In his coaching practice Win Sheffield shows clients how to execute an effective job campaign instead of an unnecessarily painful job search, wandering from ad to ad. In addition to an M.B.A. from Boston University, an undergraduate degree from Kenyon College, Win is certified as a career coach through the Five O'Clock Club, and has studied Myers-Briggs and counseling. Since 2003 Win has been bringing his career in strategy development and implementation at Citibank, J.P. Morgan and PricewaterhouseCoopers and his own transitions to his work with clients.