You’re Hired: Interviewing to Impress

You’re Hired: Interviewing to Impress

Time: 3 – 4 p.m.

Location: Room 234, second floor

Stream: Career Transition

Employers are consistently looking at new ways to assess candidates — which means you need to continually learn how to put your best foot forward. This interactive session is designed to enhance your interview intelligence so you have the confidence to impress potential employers in 2019 and beyond. Join us to:

  • identify and understand the four common interview types — behavioural, case, video and group/panel;
  • explore emerging interview themes; and
  • learn strategies and best practices on how to effectively prepare for your next interview.

Session Tip:

Stay current with and understand the tools employers are using to assess candidates during the application process to increase your confidence and performance while making a positive impression. Being proactive and understanding what employers are looking for is the key to helping you prepare for and nail your next interview.  

Meet the Speaker

Danielle Wolf

Danielle Wolf

Danielle Wolf is a career advisor at the Haskayne School of Business. She is an enthusiastic, bilingual career-development professional with more than 10 years’ experience in career advising, talent acquisition and project management. A strong desire to help others thrive, succeed, meet their goals and exceed their own expectations has been the driving force throughout her life and career. Danielle leverages past experience as a professional recruiter with one of the world’s largest staffing agencies to assist the next generation of business leaders by offering sound advice in the areas of job-search techniques, resume and cover letter writing, interview preparation, LinkedIn profile optimization, networking support, and career guidance.

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