Presented by: Brian Graham, Founder and Editor in Chief of the Workplace and Career Intelligence Report
Today’s reality is that your first interview will be a phone screen! Making a good impression is the only path to an in-person interview. However, candidates spend little or no time preparing for one while they devote hours preparing for an in-person interview. If you are looking for ways to gain a competitive edge, join Brian as he provides point-by-point guidance and script development for passing your first phone screen. This will be an interactive working session where you’ll leave with practical and proven strategies and tactics for moving from phone screen to interview. This is an important career strategy session for all, both currently employed as well as those in the job market. With today’s economic volatility, being prepared for your next move is a true necessity.
Brian Graham, Editor-in- Chief of The Workforce and Career Intelligence Report and former Director, Global Talent Acquisition for Fortune 500 Company Navistar International.
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Free for CRC Members
$10 Fee for Non-Members
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Career Resource Center, established 20 years ago, is the proven confidence-building, re-employment resource featuring individualized attention and coaching by industry professionals. Our strength is in energizing and empowering job seekers and helping candidates navigate the process with relevant, proven job search strategies.
Our professionals focus on helping candidates optimize their
search efforts and maximize their results.
CRC offers its members individualized, affordable, result-focused, supportive services that address current economic conditions. All members have access to:
Internet Job Search Training
Job Search Roundtables
On-line database of employers
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Tuesday: 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Friday: 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
How to find us:CRC is located in a residential neighborhood on the Grove Cultural Campus in southwest Lake Forest
40 E. Old Mill Rd
Lake Forest, IL 60045