February 12, 2019
6:00 PM - London
This month’s event in our ‘Soft Skills for Hard Results’ series looks at how you become a better interviewer, as well as a better interviewee. This is part of the ‘Soft Skills for Hard Results’ event series aimed to equip modern marketers with the interpersonal skills required to succeed in their jobs and advance their careers.
Whether you manage a team or not, chances are you’ll have to interview some candidates in your current company at some stage. How should you use the relatively brief time to get to know and assess a near stranger? How many people at your firm should be involved? How can you tell if a candidate will be a good fit? And finally, should you really ask questions like: “What’s your greatest weakness?”
As the employment market improves and candidates have more options, hiring the right person for the job has become increasingly difficult. Applicants also have more information about each company’s selection process than ever before. Your job is to assess candidates but also to convince the best ones to stay. In the first part of the session, you’ll learn how to make the interview process work for you — and for them.
In the second part of the session, we’ll look at how you can get more interviews, sell yourself as the best candidate for the job you want and how to negotiate your best salary yet.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to connect, share ideas and start building relationships that can enhance their performance and career during the post-event networking session.
Margaret Buj is the Interview & Career Coach and experienced recruitment professional, who specialises in helping professionals to get hired, promoted and paid more.
In the last 13 years she's recruited thousands of people across Europe & the US for global UK & US organizations in the technology and e-commerce space, including marketing professionals for many global companies including Expedia, Microsoft and King. Also, over the last 12 years, Margaret has coached hundreds using the unique knowledge gained on the other side of the desk.
She is also a qualified Personal Performance & Corporate and Executive Coach and she's been featured in Cosmopolitan magazine, interviewed for The Financial Times and Management Today and has an award-winning blog. She's spoken at career events, conducted training sessions in London, Monaco, Athens and Saudi Arabia and has written, ‘Land that Job! e-Guide’.
Find out more at www.Interview-Coach.co.uk
CIM members registered for the mentoring programme will pay only £20. To obtain this 20% discount please book by calling our Regional Events team on +44(0)1628 427340.
CPD category: Personal/soft skills
Duration: 1.5 hours
Registration and networking is from 18:00, the event starts at 18:30 and finishes at 21:00. If you are non-EU resident, please call the Regional Events team to make your booking.