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Learn How To:
• Showcase your strengths with questions. What questions to ask?
• Interview Protocol - Do's & dont's
• How to handle the Salary Question
• Be Prepared for Frequently-Asked Interview Questions
• What to do with those really Tough Interview Questions?
• What Questions should YOU Ask
• What to do "After the Interview"
HANDOUT FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS
JIM KACENA presents an engaging and interactive presentation & hands on workshop on "The Art of Interviewing".
Jim has over thirty years of experience in corporate, health care, educational, and entrepreneurial work settings that serve as a background for Jim's internationally recognized expertise in Career Management Consulting. Jim has consulted over 4,000 individuals on such topics as career transition, career development, change management and executive coaching. He has written articles for national publication, has been invited to appear on radio and television programs, as is often quoted for his insightful and creative approaches to the job search process. Active in community and professional associations, he is co-founder of the Association of Career Professionals International, where he recently served as U.S. President for 1,500 members.
Do you need a job search/career transition plan in case you should lose your job in the near future? If so, please join us for the monthly networking meeting of the:
Crossroads Career Network Ministry
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
7:00 pm - 9:00pm
Eola Community Center & Library
555 S. Eola Road, Room 111
Aurora, IL 60504
No prior registration required for this FREE skills training & networking meeting
For more information, call George Carson at 630-675-4509 email@example.com
Directions: ½ mile north of intersection of Eola Rd & Ogden Ave on west side of road in large red brick building. Room 111 where meeting is being held is on north end of building. If the parking lot is full, please feel free to use the adjoining church parking lot on the south end of the building.